Loughborough University

Loughborough University has a long established record in the development of optical diagnostics and their application to a wide range of engineering problems as demonstrated by the award of the Queen’s Anniversary Prize in 2000 for its international research in optical engineering. In particular, the group has significant expertise in studying cavitation phenomena in high pressure fuel injection systems, bearing systems and in pharmaceutical devices. The group has applied a wide range of optical diagnostics techniques to the study of cavitation, which include high-speed flow imaging, laser Doppler velocimetry, phase Doppler anemometry, laser induced fluorescence, high-speed particle image velocimetry (HSPIV), and micro-holographic three-dimensional particle image velocimetry (3DPIV).





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