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Schlieren and Shadowgraph Imaging Techniques

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Monday, December 2, 2019
iX Cameras Inc.

Schlieren and related techniques are used in aerodynamics, ballistics, and fluid dynamics studies to aid researchers in accentuating subtle changes to the medium being studied due to pressure, density, and temperature inhomogeneities. This paper gives readers a versatile set of knowledge, tools, and methods, enabling them to effectively employ Schlieren and shadowgraph imaging with a special implementation emphasis on high-speed imaging using i-SPEED cameras from iX Cameras.

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