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Outcomes Of Mid-Air Collisions Between Drops And Solid Particles
Outcomes Of Mid-Air Collisions Between Drops And Solid Particles The study of drop-particle collisions involves examining the outcome of the impact of a particle on to a drop of liquid in mid-air. In applications such as tablet coating in the pharmaceutical industry, or the refining of heavy crude oil in fluid catalytic cracking, the information gleaned from this experiment is vital.  Continue Reading...
The Heat Is On: Examining Two-Phase Flow And Heat Transfer With High-Speed Cameras
The Heat Is On: Examining Two-Phase Flow And Heat Transfer With High-Speed Cameras We rely on air conditioning and refrigeration to operate through a heat exchanger — a transfer of heat between one or more fluids, essentially increasing heating and cooling efficiency and flow. A group of Pennsylvania State University students is studying two-phase flow and heat transfer phenomena in an effort to advance these processes and their technologies.   Continue Reading...
High-Speed Cameras Make Sound Visible And Improve Noise Absorbers
High-Speed Cameras Make Sound Visible And Improve Noise Absorbers It is extremely important for the airline industry and its research groups to support and develop noise reduction strategies not only to limit hearing impairment, but also to reduce various diseases like high blood pressure or stomach ulcers. One approach for inhibiting the noise of aircraft engines includes the application of bias flow liners. In order to better understand this approach, sound waves need to be made visible.  Continue Reading...
Explosives Engineering: High Speed Imagery For Research And Experimentation
Explosives Engineering: High Speed Imagery For Research And Experimentation Using high-speed imaging is the best way to understand how to apply explosives to accomplish objectives with the best results in industries ranging from construction to mining or defense. Vision Research is in collaboration with the Colorado School of Mines in order to develop a university-level short course on the use and benefits of high-speed imaging, while experimenting with explosives and ballistic applications.  Continue Reading...
Vocal Folds: High-Speed Digital Cameras Facilitate Revolutionary Research In Diagnosing Voice Disorders
Vocal Folds: High-Speed Digital Cameras Facilitate Revolutionary Research In Diagnosing Voice Disorders Voice disorders are unfortunately not as uncommon as most people would think. Around 7.5 million Americans have trouble using their voice every day, and not enough is known about this subject to understand how to prevent these disorders. Dr. Deliyski, a researcher at the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health, is committed to advancing the scientific understanding of the human voice, and plans to develop a new...  Continue Reading...
High Speed Cameras Aid In Spacecraft And Astronaut Safety For NASA
High Speed Cameras Aid In Spacecraft And Astronaut Safety For NASA At a lab in New Mexico, A team is assessing this dangerous “space trash” with the use of ultra-high-speed imaging cameras. They fire fake “space trash” no bigger than a pea at things like oxygen tanks and steel cables. Let’s just say it never ends well (everything gets ripped in half), and the scientists can’t even see the projectiles to track them. That’s where Vision Research Phantom cameras, such as...  Continue Reading...
High-Speed Infrared Imaging For Analysis Of A Diesel Engine Supplied With Premixed Methane-Air Charge
High-Speed Infrared Imaging For Analysis Of A Diesel Engine Supplied With Premixed Methane-Air Charge Engineers are continuously looking to improve the efficiency of internal combustion engines (ICEs) in areas such as lowering fuel consumption and reducing soot formation. Among the strategies used to improve combustion efficiency is the use of premixed air-methane charge in place of the use of air. In order to observe and analyze this technique, an optical engine is used with high-speed infrared imaging. This white paper walks through this...  Continue Reading...
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High Speed Low Light Imaging CCD Camera: SPOT Pursuit USB High Speed Low Light Imaging CCD Camera: SPOT Pursuit USB

These high speed, low light imaging CCD cameras come in monochrome, color mosaic, and slider configurations. Each model features high sensitivity and fast frame rates, which helps greatly in preserving live cells and fading specimens for imaging and fluorescence applications.

FASTCAM Mini WX50 And FASTCAM Mini WX100 FASTCAM Mini WX50 And FASTCAM Mini WX100

The FASTCAM Mini WX100 high-speed camera delivers exceptional high resolution imaging performance by providing 2048 x 2048 pixel resolution at 1,080fps (Mini WX50 750fps), 1920 x 1080 pixel full HD resolution at 2,000fps (Mini WX50 1,500fps) and frame rates up to 80,000fps (Mini WX50 67,500fps) at reduced image resolution. The system’s flexible Region of Interest (ROI) capability allows the user to choose an image aspect ratio appropriate for the subject being recorded.

High Speed, High Sensitivity SWIR Camera: OWL SW1.7 CL HS High Speed, High Sensitivity SWIR Camera: OWL SW1.7 CL HS

The OWL SW1.7 digital camera series, designed and manufactured by Raptor Photonics, offers the latest SWIR sensor technology enabling high sensitivity imaging. The OWL SW1.7 CL HS is equipped with a higher frame rate with windowing, 14 bit CameraLink output, minimum 500ns exposure and easy camera control for capturing fast moving objects and active imaging applications.

Infrared Cameras for Science & Research: SC7000 Series Infrared Cameras for Science & Research: SC7000 Series

FLIR's entry level device into cooled Infrared camera technology, the FLIR SC7000 Series, is specifically designed for academic and industrial research and science applications as well as integrators who require a flexible camera with high sensitivity, accuracy, spatial resolution, and speed at an affordable cost.

Phantom® Miro® Digital High-Speed Cameras: N-Series Phantom® Miro® Digital High-Speed Cameras: N-Series

The Phantom® Miro® N-Series of tiny, Hi-G cameras are optimized for demanding applications where the head can fit into hard to reach places. The system is composed of three simple, interchangeable components that flow seamlessly into the Miro Junction Box: the Miro N5 Camera head, the CXP cable, and the Miro N-JB Base.

High Speed CMOS Cameras: pco.dimax Series High Speed CMOS Cameras: pco.dimax Series

PCO’s high speed CMOS camera series delivers extremely fast frame rates, high resolution, and a variety of operational and trigger modes. They are well suited for applications involving airbag inflation, combustion research, ballistics testing, and other high speed camera applications. The pco.dimax HS is available in three different types: the S models, HD/HD+ models, and HS models.

High Speed, All-in-One CCD Smart Camera: VisiCube High Speed, All-in-One CCD Smart Camera: VisiCube

The VisiCube High Speed Smart CCD Camera features a ¼” CCD sensor, a 32 fps frame rate, and a 640 x 480 pixel resolution. Like all Vision Components Smart Cameras, the VisiCube is ideal for industrial applications and is resistant to shock and vibration.

The World’s Fastest 640 x 512 Resolution IR Camera: FLIR X6900sc The World’s Fastest 640 x 512 Resolution IR Camera: FLIR X6900sc

FLIR offers the FLIR X6800sc/X6900sc: the world’s fastest MWIR 640 x 512 resolution thermal cameras for high-speed science applications. This thermal imager is designed to record 1004 fps at full resolution onto the camera RAM for up to 26 seconds.

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