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HIGH-SPEED ARTICLES & APPLICATION NOTES

The iX Learning Center presents relevant articles from industry experts across the high-speed video community. Whether you are a professional who already owns a high-speed camera, or are interested in adapting high-speed video into your application, it is our wish that everyone will be able to gain and share from our collective knowledge base.

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Vibration Analysis: High-speed stereo DIC on a drying machine
Summary

The latest note details how the i-SPEED 513 cameras, in conjunction with accelerometers, were used to study the vibration of a drying machine via a shaker and within operational conditions. The accelerometers and Simcenter SCADAS were synchronized with the recorded image captured by the i-SPEED 513 Series.

Vibration Analysis: High-speed stereo DIC on a helicopter blade
Summary

Learn how two i-SPEED 727 high-speed cameras and MatchID DIC software were used to study operational deflection shapes on a helicopter blade. The ultra-high-speed performance of the i-SPEED 727 cameras with very low noise floor and seamless synchronization with data acquisition systems allowed for an effortless way of measuring data.

Vibration Analysis: High-speed stereo DIC on car door slamming
Summary

Understand operational deflection shapes, structural resonances and damping of a car door. This application note describes how two i-SPEED 513 high-speed cameras were used with MatchID DIC software to study two vibration testing procedures for a car door: mechanical shaker and manual human slam.
Imaging in the Blink of an Eye
Hank Hogan
Contributing Editor, Photonics Spectra

Summary

This article provides a comprehensive overview of current high-speed imaging technology and new applications resulting from improvements in high-speed camera capabilities.

Things to Consider When Purchasing a High-Speed Camera
iX Cameras

Summary

Learn how two i-SPEED 727 high-speed cameras and MatchID DIC software were used to study operational deflection shapes on a helicopter blade. The ultra-high-speed performance of the i-SPEED 727 cameras with very low noise floor and seamless synchronization with data acquisition systems allowed for an effortless way of measuring data.

On the Wingbeat Frequencies of Southern Californian Hummingbirds
Roy Dunn

Summary
Hummingbirds (Trochilidae) have the fastest metabolism, are the smallest in the bird world, can fly backwards, and can hover without a headwind. While some evaluations of wingbeat frequencies have been performed, few have concentrated on species which commonly occur in Southern California.

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