1 April 1998 Application of a digital high-speed camera and image processing system for investigations of short-term hypersonic fluids
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The design and application of a digital high sped image data capturing system with a following image processing system applied to the Bremer Hochschul Hyperschallkanal BHHK is the content of this presentation. It is also the result of the cooperation between the departments aerodynamic and image processing at the ZARM-institute at the Drop Tower of Brennen. Similar systems are used by the combustion working group at ZARM and other external project partners. The BHHK, camera- and image storage system as well as the personal computer based image processing software are described next. Some examples of images taken at the BHHK are shown to illustrate the application. The new and very user-friendly Windows 32-bit system is capable to capture all camera data with a maximum pixel clock of 43 MHz and to process complete sequences of images in one step by using only one comfortable program.
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Hartmut Renken, Hartmut Renken, Holger W. Oelze, Holger W. Oelze, Hans J. Rath, Hans J. Rath, "Application of a digital high-speed camera and image processing system for investigations of short-term hypersonic fluids", Proc. SPIE 3302, Digital Solid State Cameras: Designs and Applications, (1 April 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.304578; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.304578
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