A z-type schlieren imaging system is the most common setup for this non-invasive research method. Utilizing this setup in combination with a high-speed camera produces high-quality data that allows researchers to measure a variety of invisible events. Very sensitive high-speed cameras are used to capture the images seen in the directed light field.
Our free whitepaper will discuss the various techniques and tools used in these studies and how the information gathered aided researchers in technological developments.
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