This is a high-speed video of the coalescence of a water droplet with a larger body of water. The video was recorded as part of a B.Sc. project.
Cavity creation of a wooden ball with an impact velocity of 2.5 m/s.
This cunning movie was made as part of a Bachelor final project at the P&E Department. The students investigated whether a rear car window could be broken by shooting an ice projectile at it. The ice projectile shatters upon impact in tiny pieces, which quickly melt in the Summer heat, so that no projectile could be found afterwards.
Large-Eddy Simulation of neutral (top) and stable (bottom) flow entering an urban canopy consisting of cubes with dimensions h. The roughness density is 0.25. The flow is developing in streamwise direction. The smooth wall turbulent boundary layers of 10h height are generated in...
High speed recording of the Leidenfrost effect on a ratchet plate.
The recording was made during a propedeuse-project by: Ines Beekers, Dennis Krijger, and Rajiv Ajodhia