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Researchers at Loughborough University have been using a SIMX framing camera at frame rates up to 100 million frames / second to capture the initial stages of supersonic electrical discharges driven by nanosecond rise time, high-voltage ( 100 kV) impulses applied across a pair of electrodes mounted in water.
Ultra high-speed photography has been used by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to study high-velocity micro-particle impact on gelatine and synthetic hydrogel.
Available anytimeFREE WEBINAR: High-speed imaging and analysis tools – Spanish language - YouTube Online Webinar
9th – 13th May 2022International Ballistics Society - Reno, Nevada, USA
31st July – 5th August 2022Aeroballistic Range Association 71st Annual Meeting - Konigswinter, Germany
7th September 2022British Society for Strain Measurement - University of Oxford, UK
|Multi-frame multi-exposure shock wave imaging and pressure measurements|
|Dissecting time... a review of the development of ultra high-speed imaging techniques.|
|High speed imaging with high resolution|
|Initial growth and coalescence of acoustically vaporized perfluorocarbon microdroplets|
|Ultra-high-speed imaging for explosive-driven shocks in transparent media|