A2 Photonic Sensors is an expert manufacturer of optical sensors and systems dedicated to fluid mechanics and geosciences. For two-phase flows, A2 Photonic Sensors commercializes a very unique and innovative instrument based on a mono-fiber optical probe for the measurement of void fraction, bubble/droplet velocities and sizes. The system has been successfully used in various operating conditions (high pressure, dense flows…) , for instance for the study of boiling phenomenon, as well as for a wide range of applications: chemical industry, water treatment, hydraulics, …. It was adopted by many academic research laboratories as well as in industry, and is known for providing unambiguous and accurate results.
Becker Technologies is an engineering and contract research organization performing technical scale experiments on transients and mitigation systems in nuclear reactor containments and numerical simulation in the frame of projects from OECD-NEA, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) and from industry. Experimental programme addresses open questions concerning the behavior of hydrogen, iodine and aerosols in light water reactor containments. Industrial services include technical consulting and support in numerical simulations, measuring and instrumentation.
Becker Technologies is member of NUGENIA and additionally involved in numerous international reactor safety related R&D networks. Becker Technologies GmbH applies a quality management system which meets the requirements of ISO 9001:2008.
HZDR Innovation GmbH as commercial branch of HZDR Multiphase Measurement Technology.
The long-standing expertise in multiphase flow measurement obtained over the years at Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) has meanwhile been diversified into many branches of energy and process engineering. It is based on a comprehensive portfolio of know-how, technologies and patents. HZDR Innovation markets these systems as a commercial partner.
The company offers WIRE-MESH-SENSORS for visualization and analysis of two-phase flows, NEEDLE PROBES for local gas holdup measurements and a PROCESS MICROSCOPE for imaging and analysis of disperse multiphase systems.
The flow measurement techniques developed at HZDR have been tested and thus matured in many fields of science and engineering. We have equipped a large number of facilities world-wide both in applied research as well as in industry at innumerous partners and customers.
McMaster is the leading university in nuclear science and engineering in Canada.
- Ranked #1 in terms of research intensity in Canada.
- Highest powered research reactor in Canada.
- 5 accelerators including neutron sources.
- Hot cells for nuclear materials research.
- Thermalhydraulic facilities for AOO, DBA and severe accidents.