Experiments in Fluids

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High-speed imaging in fluids

Review Article

Abstract

High-speed imaging is in popular demand for a broad range of experiments in fluids. It allows for a detailed visualization of the event under study by acquiring a series of image frames captured at high temporal and spatial resolution. This review covers high-speed imaging basics, by defining criteria for high-speed imaging experiments in fluids and to give rule of thumbs for a series of cases. It also considers stroboscopic imaging, triggering and illumination, and scaling issues. It provides guidelines for testing and calibration. Ultra-high-speed imaging at frame rates exceeding 1 million frames per second is reviewed, and the combination of conventional experiments in fluid techniques with high-speed imaging techniques is discussed. The review is concluded with a high-speed imaging chart, which summarizes criteria for temporal scale and spatial scale and which facilitates the selection of a high-speed imaging system for the application.

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  1. 1.Physics of Fluids Group, MESA+ Institute of Nanotechnology, MIRA Institute of Biomedical Technology and Technical MedicineUniversity of TwenteEnschedeThe Netherlands

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