1 September 1991 Using dynamic holography for iron fibers with submicron diameter and high velocity
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Optical Engineering, 30(9), (1991). doi:10.1117/12.55927
Abstract
A divergent laser beam was used to record holograms of moving iron fibers with submicron diameter (0.5 μm) and high velocity (125 m/s). Analysis based on geometric optics is used to derive the magnification factors for recording and reconstruction. Experimental results consisting of single-shot holograms of fast-moving fibers are presented. The divergent laser beam technique can be used for dynamic measure of particle size and fiber orientation distribution.
Gongwei Xie, Lifan Hua, Sushil Patel, Peter D. Scott, David T. Shaw, "Using dynamic holography for iron fibers with submicron diameter and high velocity," Optical Engineering 30(9), (1 September 1991). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.55927
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Optical fibers

3D image reconstruction

Holograms

Holography

Iron

Microscopes

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