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Authors:
Massing, Julian 
Document type:
Dissertation / Thesis 
Title:
Development and validation of novel volumetric temperature and velocity measurement techniques for sub-millimeter scales 
Advisor:
Cierpka, Christian, Prof. Dr.-Ing 
Referee:
Kähle, Christian J., Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil.; Cierpka, Christian, Prof. Dr.-Ing 
Date oral examination:
05.12.2019 
Publication date:
19.03.2020 
Year:
2019 
Language:
Englisch 
Keywords:
Microfluidics; Astigmatism Particle Tracking Velocimetry; Laser Induced Fluorescence; Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging; Fuel Cells; Hydrogen Electrolysis 
Abstract:
In recent years, the great potential of microfluidic devices for the design and implementation of more efficient and cost effective processes in various scientific and engineering disciplines has lead to a rapid growth of the field. In many microfluidic systems, convective heat transfer and the complex interaction between a fully three-dimensional flow field and the superimposed temperature field play a major role. A better understanding of these phenomena is a key factor for future developments...    »
 
Department:
Fakultät für Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik 
Institute:
LRT 7 - Institut für Strömungsmechanik und Aerodynamik 
Open Access yes or no?:
Ja / Yes