Our old version of the VectoDAQ Air Data System could be connected to different probe types ranging from a simple pitot-static probe up to a 5-hole probe. Now you can connect it with probes up to a 14-hole omniprobe.
An interesting paper coming from TU Berlin was published on the topic “Development of an Instrumented Guide Vane Set for RDC Exhaust Flow Characterization”. As described in the publication, short duration measurements of detonation waves in the TU Berlin detonation test stand were made using two Kiel Probes from Vectoflow made of CoCr alloy.
The Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) uses a 5 hole probe from Vectoflow for their atmospheric research.
Here we want to show you an interesting paper from Marcel Boerner and Reinhard Niehuis from the Institute of Jet Propulsion of the Bundeswehr University Munich.
We want to show you our interesting casy study with 3D MicroPrint about how Micro Laser Sintering makes tailormade flow measurement technology possible.
Are you interested in Aerospace? Then you would love our case study with EOS about Additive Manufacturing of probes for measuring speed and temperature in turbo engines.
At this year’s Advanced Automotive Aerodynamics Conference, Vectoflow again took first place in the Best Automotive Aerodynamics Supplier nomination.
The Institute for Automotive Technology at TH Nuremberg is pushing the frontiers of large diesel engine technology and has commissioned a set of specialized probes from Vectoflow to help understand engine intake and exhaust flows.
Vectoflow ranks second with its revolutionary flow measurement technology, beating 500 other companies.
The VectoDAQ Air Data System consists of an air data computer and a leightweight flow measurement probe made with additive manufacturing, like all of Vectoflow’s probes. It is designed for simultaneous measurements of multiple pressure and temperature signals and data reduction of the data to obtain flow values like angle of attack, true air speed and flight height.