1 June 2010 Multiple-laser flash shadowgraphy system for terminal studies of small-caliber projectiles
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A multiple-laser flash shadowgraphy system has been innovatively designed and developed to study the terminal effects of projectiles. The system has been designed based on modulated laser diodes operated at low voltage and current. In order to study the ballistics effects of small arms, an exposure time of the order of a few hundreds ns and a delay time of the order of a few tens of µs are needed. An ultrashort pulse generator has been developed to provide the exposure and delay time pulses. The developed system has been integrated with a field lens assembly and camera assembly. To record the shadowgraphs, a target is placed near the center of the field lens and a bullet is fired from a fixed gun. The system is described, and experimental results and conclusions are reported.
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R. C. Kalonia, R. C. Kalonia, Gautam Mitra, Gautam Mitra, Ganga Sharan Singh, Ganga Sharan Singh, R. K. Varma, R. K. Varma, Manpreet Singh, Manpreet Singh, Manjit Singh, Manjit Singh, V. S. Sethi, V. S. Sethi, M. S. Yadav, M. S. Yadav, } "Multiple-laser flash shadowgraphy system for terminal studies of small-caliber projectiles," Optical Engineering 49(6), 064303 (1 June 2010). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3456614 . Submission:


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