CRC 1615 - Project B03: Magnetic resonance imaging of large-scale multiphase and reactive flow systems
October 1, 2023
June 30, 2027
In this project, we will develop and use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) methods which allow to non-intrusively quantify a variety of process variables at high spatial and temporal resolution. The measured variables include the spatial distribution, the velocity, the temperature, and the chemical composition of the phases in the reactor, as well as the pore size distribution and diffusion properties of gels. In numerous collaborations within the CRC, these MRI methods are applied to characterise the material and system components of SMART reactors. The experiments of this project are mainly carried out on a globally unique large-scale vertical MRI system located at the TUHH.