A high energy electron beam is proposed to be used for time resolved imaging measurements of hydrodynamic
processes in High Energy Density Laboratory Plasma (HEDLP). Generation of a high quality sub-picosecond
electron beam with present RF photocathode technologies is technologically mature and cost effective. An electron
bunch train with a flexible time structure is used to penetrate a time varying high density target. By imaging the scattered
electron beam, the detailed target profile and its density evolution can be accurately determined. To illustrate the concept
design, an experiment is proposed based on Argonne Wakefield Accelerator (AWA) beamline. An imaging lattice design
and particle tracking simulation is finished.