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 shock wave compression on polymersTring, UK — Specialised Imaging Ltd ultra-high speed imaging equipment has a proven track record of successfully unlocking the secrets behind ultra-high speed and transient events and processes.

Their growing product range of high resolution framing cameras, trajectory trackers, still cameras, image intensifiers and accessories open the door to exciting discoveries, ground breaking research and new measurement solutions in a wide range of applications areas.

Check out their Video Gallery pages for some exciting ultra high-speed action!

Video Gallery

The study of shock wave compression on polymers Images at 50 ns exposure running at a rate of 100,000 fps. Courtesy – IIT Kanpur, India.
Plasma Injector 50ns gating at 4M fps using SIM8. Courtesy – Plasma and Pulsed Power Group, Loughborough University.
Detonator Explosive event using the SIMD16. 20 ns gating at 100Kfps.
Aeroballistics Studies Image showing the Trajectory Tracker using three trigger to correct for non-linear flight characteristics. Courtesy – ISL, France.
Backjet Molten lead from air gun pellet striking harden steel. 200ns gating at 40 Kfps using a SIM8.
Blast Initiator 50 ns gating at 4M fps using a SIM8. Courtesy – e2v Technologies
Developing lean burn engine technology This video sequence demonstrates the utility of the SIL gated image intensifier system in improving the sensitivity, gating time and UV spectral response of a Phantom V high-speed video camera looking at fuel combustion in a test cell. Courtesy – Specialised Imaging Ltd & Kyoto University.
Study of the deployment of TOW missile during initial phase and mid-flight. Courtesy: Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama.
Study of the deployment of TOW missile during initial phase and mid-flight. Courtesy: Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama.
Aeroballistics study of a projectile in flight. Courtesy: ISL – France.
Investigating crack propagation phenomena This short video sequence demonstrates the utility of the SIM16 for investigation of crack propagation phenomena on ceramic. Courtesy – Specialised Imaging Ltd.
Modelling space probe flight behaviour This video sequence shows a Huygens disc modelling the flight behaviour of a high speed space probe on re-entry to the Earth’s atmosphere. Courtesy – ISL France.
High speed imaging in Sports Science This video sequence demonstrates the use of a Trajectory Tracker being used to follow the flight of a fotball enabling the study of spin characteristics imparted by its design. Courtesy – Loughborough University (UK), Dept. of Sports Science.

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