His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Flow, Optics, Tomography and Two-phase flow. His research investigates the connection between Mechanics and topics such as Porosity that intersect with issues in Flow visualization. His work deals with themes such as Image resolution, Permittivity, Bubble and Analytical chemistry, which intersect with Flow.
He combines subjects such as Inverse problem and Iterative reconstruction with his study of Optics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fluidized bed, X-ray, Frame rate and Cathode ray. His Two-phase flow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mass flow meter, Thermal mass flow meter, Flow measurement and Impeller.
His main research concerns Mechanics, Bubble, Optics, Tomography and Flow. His studies in Bubble integrate themes in fields like Boiling, Subcooling, Volumetric flow rate and Nucleate boiling. His Detector, Image resolution and Frame rate study in the realm of Optics connects with subjects such as Ultrashort pulse.
His Tomography research focuses on Multiphase flow and how it relates to Acoustics. He interconnects Slurry, Work and Analytical chemistry in the investigation of issues within Flow. His work in Two-phase flow addresses issues such as Porosity, which are connected to fields such as Pipe flow.
Uwe Hampel spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Bubble, Heat transfer, Flow and Heat flux. His research on Mechanics frequently links to adjacent areas such as Body orifice. His Bubble study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fluid dynamics, Contact angle, Sauter mean diameter and Volumetric flow rate.
His work deals with themes such as Nusselt number, Heat exchanger and Thermal insulation, which intersect with Heat transfer. His studies deal with areas such as Sieve, Adiabatic process, Frame rate and Temporal resolution as well as Flow. His Two-phase flow research incorporates elements of Flow, Tomography and Morphology.
Uwe Hampel mostly deals with Mechanics, Bubble, Two-phase flow, Heat transfer and Flow. His study in Porosity extends to Mechanics with its themes. The concepts of his Bubble study are interwoven with issues in Contact angle, Surface, Volumetric flow rate and Contact area.
He interconnects Flow pattern, High-speed camera, Inlet and Liquid flow in the investigation of issues within Two-phase flow. Uwe Hampel has researched Heat transfer in several fields, including Nusselt number, Heat exchanger and Condenser. The various areas that he examines in his Flow study include Adiabatic process, Frame rate and Temporal resolution.
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Capacitance wire-mesh sensor for fast measurement of phase fraction distributions
M J Da Silva;E Schleicher;U Hampel.
Measurement Science and Technology (2007)
Photogrammetric techniques in civil engineering material testing and structure monitoring
Hans-Gerd Maas;Uwe Hampel.
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing (2006)
An ultra fast electron beam x-ray tomography scanner
F Fischer;D Hoppe;E Schleicher;G Mattausch.
Measurement Science and Technology (2008)
High-resolution gas–oil two-phase flow visualization with a capacitance wire-mesh sensor
M.J. Da Silva;S. Thiele;L. Abdulkareem;B.J. Azzopardi.
Flow Measurement and Instrumentation (2010)
High resolution gamma ray tomography scanner for flow measurement and non-destructive testing applications.
U. Hampel;A. Bieberle;D. Hoppe;J. Kronenberg.
Review of Scientific Instruments (2007)
Ultra fast electron beam X-ray computed tomography for two-phase flow measurement
F. Fischer;U. Hampel.
Nuclear Engineering and Design (2010)
A new approach for evaluating bond capacity of TRC strengthening
Regine Ortlepp;Uwe Hampel;Manfred Curbach.
Cement & Concrete Composites (2006)
Comparative study of gas–oil and gas–water two-phase flow in a vertical pipe
L. Szalinski;L.A. Abdulkareem;M.J. Da Silva;S. Thiele.
Chemical Engineering Science (2010)
Experimental investigation of the influence of column scale, gas density and liquid properties on gas holdup in bubble columns
Philipp Rollbusch;Marc Becker;Martina Ludwig;Andrè Bieberle.
International Journal of Multiphase Flow (2015)
Bubble dynamics in a 3‐D gas–solid fluidized bed using ultrafast electron beam X‐ray tomography and two‐fluid model
Vikrant Vijay Verma;JT Johan Padding;NG Niels Deen;Jam Hans Kuipers.
Aiche Journal (2014)
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