Online resource for ultra-high-speed imaging
Ultra-high-speed imaging resource
Specialised Imaging has extended its online bibliography of research articles, application notes, videos and applications images featuring its ultra-high-speed imaging equipment.
The company said the resource will be of interest to those using ultra-high-speed imaging equipment to uncover the secrets behind ultra-high speed and transient events and processes.
Specialised Imaging's range includes high-resolution framing cameras, trajectory trackers, still cameras, image intensifiers and accessories.
Ultra-high-speed framing cameras are deployed in applications including high-voltage discharge, crack propagation, detonics and hypervelocity particle impact studies, as well as biomedical, botanical, nanotechnology and space research.
Ultra-high-speed still cameras are suitable for applications such as ballistics, impact studies, spray particle analysis, material research into elasticity, crack propagation, and shock resistance.
Specialised Imaging (SI) offers high quality servicing and repair of high speed framing and still cameras.
Kirana combines the flexibility of video with the resolution of an ultra high-speed framing camera.
A 3D pitch, yaw and velocity solution was developed using the SIM Cerberus system for the study of projectile ballistics.
The SIR3 provides displacement and velocity data for ballistic, detonics and impact studies.
The Tring-based group has updated its SIM ultra fast framing camera to measure the temperature at different points in a high-speed event