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  • Revealing the origins of vortex cavitation in a Venturi tube by high speed X-ray imaging

    Revealing the origins of vortex cavitation in a Venturi tube by high speed X-ray imaging

    Hydrodynamic cavitation is useful in many processing applications, for example, in chemical reactors, water treatment and biochemical engineering. An important type of hydrodynamic cavitation that occurs in a Venturi tube is vortex cavitation known to cause luminescence whose intensity is closely related to the size and number of cavitation events. However, the mechanistic origins of…

  • MHz Tomoscopy Featured on Physics of Fluids Journal Cover Page

    MHz Tomoscopy Featured on Physics of Fluids Journal Cover Page

    https://pubs.aip.org/aip/pof/article/35/11/113323/2922878/Laser-induced-single-droplet-fragmentation?searchresult=1

  • MHz – Tomoscopy at Budapest X-ray school

    MHz – Tomoscopy at Budapest X-ray school

    3-6.10.2023

  • Students from University at EuXFEL

    Students from University at EuXFEL

    Students from University of Pavol Jozef Safarik participating at experiment at EuXFEL.

  • Shimadzu cameras arrived

    Shimadzu cameras arrived

    Last Thursday, Patrik Vagovic, along with technicians from Shimadzu Germany, conducted the unpacking and initial functionality tests of two Shimadzu cameras. These cameras were intended to be integrated into an experimental setup for MHz tomoscopy. The team successfully connected the cameras to the computer and proceeded to install the necessary software.

  • MHz Tomoscopy annual meeting

    MHz Tomoscopy annual meeting

    Slovakia, 20-22th June 2023