Bachelorthesis at the DLR - fluidized beds

So i finally removed all quirks from my thesis and it's ready to be posted. It was actually deliverd a long time ago but i wasn't happy with some layout things. It's in german but let me quickly summarize what it's about. If you know what a fluidized bed is then you are probably familiar with the work of Castellanos, if not go read his paper about it (http://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.1150694). You can unlock it using http://sci-hub.io/ (just paste the link in there). My thesis was aimed at improving his idea a lot in the way to have a setup that allows automated measurements and such. I will just paste my introduction:

Diese Arbeit behandelt die Neukonzeption des bestehenden Wirbelbettes am Deutschen Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Institut für Materialphysik im Weltraum. Ziel ist es, das bestehende Wirbelbett zu einem Messaufbau weiterzuentwickeln, um Wechselwirkungen in granularen Medien zu charakterisieren. Zur Verifikation der Konstruktion werden im Anschluss Testmessungen mit verschiedenen granularen Medien gemacht. Im Folgenden werden grundlegenden Eigenschaften von Granulaten und Wirbelbetten behandelt. Danach werden die Anforderungen und Ziele erläutert und im Anschluss die Beschreibung der Umsetzung folgt.

If that got you interrested, head over to these githublink where you can find the thesis and all the other data which is needed:

https://github.com/5nickers/Bachelorarbeit_PI

https://github.com/5nickers/BA_Anschlusszylinder

https://github.com/5nickers/BA_Roehrchenhalter

https://github.com/5nickers/BA_Elektronik_Gehaeuse

https://github.com/5nickers/BA_fluides_Bett_Zusammenbau

 

The PDF can be found here: /uniwebpage/Downloads/Blog/Thesis/Thesis.pdf

 

Thanks to my team at the DLR for making this possible. Special thanks to my group leader Matthias Sperl, my supervisor Philip Born and my coworker Jan Haeberle!

 

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