12 January 1994 Highly versatile holographic imaging system for plume particulates
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Abstract
One of the major interests in hyper-velocity impact experiments is the particulate material and projectile which is expelled from and through the target. To help understand this process and to verify Hydro-Codes (Fracture Codes) in experiments at the Sandia National Laboratories (Albuquerque), Innovation Associates is developing a Highly Versatile, Holographic Imaging System for Plume Particulates (HISPP) that will capture and analyze holographic images of the target plumes and projectile. HISPP will (a) provide deep field holographic plume images that can be analyzed for particle size and distribution, (b) permit temporal resolution with multiple holographic images at various stages of plume development, (c) provide automated, plume analysis of the plume structure, analyzed according to particulate size, through the use of an efficient particulate analyzer subsystem, and (d) provide a holographic system that is versatile and relatively easy to integrate into the user experiment.
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Charles D. Lysogorski, Charles D. Lysogorski, Frederick S. Schebor, Frederick S. Schebor, Larry D. Siebert, Larry D. Siebert, James G. Downward, James G. Downward, } "Highly versatile holographic imaging system for plume particulates", Proc. SPIE 2043, Holographic Imaging and Materials, (12 January 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.165549; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.165549
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