报告题目(英文)：Overview and Recent Progress in HZDR
报告内容简介：Analysis and control of fluid flows, often subsidiary to industrial design issues, require measurements of the flow field. For classical transparent fluids such as water or gas a variety of well-developed techniques (laser Doppler and particle image velocimetry, Schlieren optics, interferometric techniques, etc.) have been established. In contrast, the situation regarding opaque liquids still lacks almost any commercial availability. Metallic and semiconductor melts often pose additional problems of high temperature and chemical aggressiveness, rendering any reliable determination of the flow field a challenging task. This report intends to summarise different approaches suitable for velocity measurements in liquid metal flows and to discuss perspectives. Focusing mainly on local velocity measurements, it is subsequently distinguished between invasive and non-invasive methods, leaving entirely aside the acquisition of temperature, pressure, and concentration.
报告人姓名：Prof. Gunter Gerbeth
报告人简介(中文)：Dr. G. Gerbeth, Director of the Institute of Fluids (HZDR) of the Helmholtz Rusendorf Center in Dresden, Germany, has been dedicated to the research of liquid metal flow for 30 years, involving flow measurement, flow magnetic field control, magnetohydrodynamics; and magnetic field Crystal growth and metallurgical process. In addition, in-depth research has also been conducted on the development of metal cooling systems for nuclear fast-cooled reactors or solar stations, magnetic induced flow, dynamic effects in earth and astrophysics, and liquid metal batteries. Published more than 250 papers and authorized 25 patents. He has presided over the coordination of EU projects for many times and is currently in charge of the Helmholtz Alliance "Liquid Metal Project (LIMTECH)", and is the deputy editor of the famous magazine "Magnetohydrodynamics".