Students and researchers at Pennsylvania State University's Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering use high-speed cameras to study heat transfer systems.
Studying the influence of particle wettability on the outcome of mid-air collisions between drops and solid particles.
Digital Image Correlation (DIC) using high-speed cameras is gaining in popularity as a method for measuring material deformation and strain. That popularity is based on some real advantages of DIC over traditional sensors, and supported by advances in camera capabilities, integrator software, and new measurement techniques.
Ph.D. students at Florida Institute of Technology used a Phantom camera to study a little known occurrence during thunderstorms.
High-speed cameras can play an important role in microfluidics research. Vision Research, as providers of Phantom high-speed cameras, has a lot of experience in this area, and our resident expert, Nick Long, Vision Research OEM Manager, has extensive knowledge and application experience using high-speed cameras in microfluidics.
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