Constant Temperature Anemometry (CTA), also known as Thermal Anemometry, is a technique for the measurement of turbulence in 1, 2 or 3-dimensional gas and liquid flows, using hot-wire or hot-film probes inserted in the flow.
CTA is particularly suitable for the measurement of flows with very fast fluctuations at a point (high turbulence) and the study of flow micro structures, where there is a need to resolve small flow eddies down to the order of tenths of a mm.
High performance, fully automated
Up to 8 channels per frame - ideal for sensor array
Compact and cost effective
CTA is a measurement technique well suited for the study of fine structures in turbulent flows. The working principle is based on the cooling effect of a flow on a heated body. Read More
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Flow Field Diagnostics - Constant Temperature Anemometry 346