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Old   March 23, 1999, 07:12
Default Validation : Cyclone flows
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James McLaren
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Hello all,

Our company is interested in obtaining an experimental database of 3D point measurements for a cyclone flow. Preferably, the measurements would have been made by means of LDA, hot wire anemometry or a similar process. We are happy to pay for a copy of such a database. We need such a database as part of a validation exercise for an in-house CFD modeling project.

Can anyone provide any information about :

(*) Suitable existing databases + Contact people ? (*) Contact people who may know of such databases ?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Regards, James McLaren De Beers
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Old   March 24, 1999, 05:55
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Maltsev Alex
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I can recommend you to look at http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/mbv/TechnT...vus/index.html or http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/mbv/TechnT.../mpf_home.html They are occupied in this area.
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