Are you interested in learning more about the untapped potential of spectral imaging applied to environmental systems? If so, join this course and learn how spectral imaging can be used for control and optimization of environmental technology and come up with novel application ideas that can benefit society.
The course will present real-world applications of control methods for energy processes and power plants. Practical considerations will be made on selecting the best control architecture and including modifications to improve control response.
In this course we will discuss the need for experimental measurements in fluid mechanics and heat transfer, the challenges involved, and how to choose the best method for each application. You will learn about commonly used methods to measure the flow of gases and liquids. You will also learn about methods to measure heat transfer, which is relevant for cooling of high temperature parts in small and large engines for power generation.