Virtual Conference: August 10 – August 12, 2021
Flow visualization has a long tradition in fluids engineering, from Leonardo Da Vinci's sketches of flowing water, through well-publicized images of canonical flows in many facilities over the past century, to the modern-day quantitative flow visualization techniques in experimental and computational fluid dynamics. While the capabilities of the technology and techniques at our disposal have increased greatly, the challenge remains to process and represent data in the most meaningful way, to help gain physical insight that will lead to progress in the field.
The ASME Fluids Engineering Division is soliciting submissions to its Flow Visualization Competition. The competition has two categories:
Experimental and computational entries are accepted to each category. The initial step for entry into the contest is to please log-in and submit a short abstract (~400–650 words) describing your entry by the DECEMBER 14, 2020 DEADLINE.
Check back soon. More details on submissions and prizes to follow.