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Florida Atlantic University - Hydrodynamics Laboratory - Flume
Beam(m) 1.2  +
Channel/Tunnel/Flume Yes  +
Depth(m) 1.2  +
Foaf/Homepage https://teamer-us.org/product/florida-atlantic-university-hydrodynamics-laboratory/  +
Hydrodynamic Testing Facility Type Flume +
Length(m) 18.3  +
Maximum Velocity(m/s) 1  +
Overseeing Organization Florida Atlantic University - Hydrodynamics Laboratory +
Sector Hydropower +
TEAMER Capability Tow tank testing, WEC and TEC hydrodynamics  +
TEAMER Description FAU’s Hydrodynamics Laboratory houses a wa
FAU’s Hydrodynamics Laboratory houses a wave/towing/flume tank and a low-turbulence water tunnel. The laboratory is equipped with optics, cameras, load cells and flow measurement equipment. A glass-walled wave/towing/flume (18.3 x 1.2 x 1.2 m) can also be used to generate waves, and for towing physical models. The flow in the flume can obtain velocities up to 0.5 m/s. In addition, the towing carrier can reach a velocity of 1.0 m/s. A recirculating water tunnel (2.5 x .25 x .25 m) was specially constructed for PIV measurements and flow visualization. The test section has sides and bottom walls made of glass, an optical table as a base, vibration-damping supports and aluminum railings to facilitate the mounting of optical and experimental equipment. Capabilities include: Tow tank testing, PIV measurement, WEC and TEC hydrodynamics.
IV measurement, WEC and TEC hydrodynamics.  +
TEAMER Facility Yes  +
TEAMER Facility Type Flume  +
TEAMER Webpage https://teamer-us.org/product/florida-atlantic-university-hydrodynamics-laboratory/  +
Towing Capabilities Yes  +
Velocity(m/s) 0.5  +
Wavemaking Capabilities Yes  +
Categories Testing Facilities
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