Course title
4M9990001
Advanced Thermal Fluid Measurement Science and Engineering

shirai katsuaki Click to show questionnaire result at 2018
Course content
In this lecture, measurement aspects of thermal fluid science and engineering field will be discussed on their principle, features and applications. The lecture includes topics on thermal fluid phenomena, relevant spatio-temporal scales, fundamentals of measurement science, uncertainty analysis, limitation of measurement, fundamentals of optics and lasers, features of measurement techniques, multi-dimensional measurement techniques, highly spatially resolved measurement techniques. In the lecture, opportunities will be provided for researching, considering and discussing the solutions for thermal fluid engineering problems. The students will acquire the detailed knowledge on thermal fluid science and engineering based on measurement science and extensive overview on advanced measurement techniques.
(本講義は英語で実施します。)
Purpose of class
1. To understand the needs of measurements for scientific and engineering problems in thermal fluid phenomena
2. To have extensive knowledge on measurement and uncertainty
3. To have extensive knowledge on measurement techniques used for thermal fluid science and engineering field
4. To have an overview on leading edge measurement techniques for thermal fluid science and engineering.
Goals and objectives
  1. To understand the needs of measurement in thermal fluid science and engineering
  2. To understand the concept of measurement and uncertainty
  3. To understand the principle, features and applications of measurement techniques for thermal fluid science and engineering
  4. To have an overview on leading edge measurement techniques for thermal fluid science and engineering
Language
English
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. (1) course overview, (2) thermal fluid phenomena, (3) governing equations Read the syllabus description (preparation & review). 60minutes
Study the contents in the 1st lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
2. (1) measurand, (2) statistics, (3) SI unit, (4) measurement fundamentals (GUM and VIM) Study the contents in the 2nd lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
3. (1) measurement uncertainty, (2) uncertainty analysis Study the contents in the 3rd lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
4. (1) guideline of measurement, (2) sampling, (3) quantization, (4) example Study the contents in the 4th lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
5. (1) example, (2) Cramér–Rao lower bound, (3) spatial resolution in general Study the contents in the 5th lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
6. (1) pressure tubes, (2) hot-wire/film anemometry, (3) flow visualization Study the contents in the 6th lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
7. flowrate measurement (flowmeters) Study the contents in the7th lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
8. (1) fundamentals of optics, (2) tracer particles for flow measurement Study the contents in the8th lecture (preparation & review). 360minutes
Prepare and write the intermediate report
9. (1) image based techniques, (2) standard 2D-PIV Study the contents in the 9th lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
10. (1) microscopic PIV, (2) stereoscopic PIV, (3) review of intermediate report Study the contents in the 10th lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
11. (1) Doppler global velocimetry, (2) laser-two-focus, (3) ultrasound velocimetry Study the contents in the 11th lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
12. (1) laser-Doppler velocimetry, (2) phase-Doppler, (3) Doppler-based techniques Study the contents in the 12th lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
13. (1) three-dimensional techniques, (2) limitation and challenges Study the contents in the 13th lecture (preparation & review). 120minutes
14. (1) remaining issues, (2) future techniques, (3) Rayleigh scattering, (4) molecular tagging Study the contents in the 13th lecture (preparation & review). 360minutes
Prepare and write the final report.
Total. - - 2220minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

intermediate report final report Total.
1. 10% 15% 25%
2. 10% 15% 25%
3. 10% 15% 25%
4. 10% 15% 25%
Total. 40% 60% -
Evaluation method and criteria
The final score is evaluated based on intermediate report (40%) and final report (60%). Credit will be given only when the score is equal or over 60% out of 100 % in total. The level of acquiring the credit (60%) corresponds to the ability (1) to understand the needs of measurements for scientific and engineering problems in thermal fluid phenomena, (2) to have extensive knowledge on measurement and uncertainty, (3) to have extensive knowledge on measurement techniques used for thermal fluid science and engineering field, and (4) to have an overview on leading edge measurement techniques for thermal fluid science and engineering.
Textbooks and reference materials
The lecture materials are distributed through the scomb system. Reference books, papers and information sources are provided in the course. Most of them are electronically accessible via the SIT library. No specific textbook is throughout in the course.
Prerequisites
Prerequisite knowledge
Undergraduate knowledge of hydrodynamics/fluid mechanics (possibly including basics of turbulent flow) and thermodynamics/heat transfer (Those who do not have the prerequisite knowledge are advised not to enroll in this course.)

Preparation
The students are expected to learn the basic ideas on the content before the lecture for understanding. The students are encouraged to think applications of the measurement techniques for their own needs.

Advice
- This course is premised on the regular attendance of students in the lecture.
- The students are expected to be involved in the lecture, practice and homework.
- The students should regularly check the scomb system for obtaining the lecture materials.
- Questions are welcomed during the classes.
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
  • lunch time on Mondays (after the lecture time)
  • with an appointment in advance
  • e-mail
Regionally-oriented
Non-regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
  • Course that cultivates a basic self-management skills
  • Course that cultivates a basic problem-solving skills
  • Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
Active-learning course
Most classes are interactive
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicatable
N/A 該当しない
Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals
  • 4.QUALITY EDUCATION
  • 6.CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION
  • 7.AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY
  • 9.INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 12.RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION & PRODUCTION
  • 13.CLIMATE ACTION
  • 14.LIFE BELOW WATER
  • 15.LIFE ON LAND
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