Authors: Sonny Ly, Alexander M. Rubenchik, Saad A. Khairallah, Gabe Guss & Manyalibo J. Matthews, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Description The research team at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has studied…
Authors: Sonny Ly, Gabe Guss, Alexander M. Rubenchik, Wesley J. Keller, Nan Shen, Raluca A. Negres, Jeff Bude, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Description The research team at Lawrence Livermore National…
The Bremer Institut für Angewandte Strahltechnik - BIAS studied the wetting behavior in laser brazing. To reveal periodic melt pool propagation effects that occur during laser brazing of aluminum, and for a better understanding of those effects in laser brazing in general, the researchers analyzed high-speed recordings of the brazing process with aluminum alloy.
List of reference articles studying shockwaves with CAVILUX illumination lasers from customers like Tohoku University, DLR, Nagoya University, University of Glasgow and Maryland University and more.
List of reference articles studying additive manufacturing with CAVILUX illumination lasers from customers like Dresden University of Technology, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Luleå University of Technology and more.
List of reference articles studying welding processes with CAVILUX illumination lasers from customers like Harbini Institute of Technology in China, Luleå University of Technology in Sweden, LABSOLDA in Brazil and more.
The University of Maryland has used CAVILUX HF and CAVILUX Smart to measure hypersonic boundary-layer instability with the help of schlieren imaging technique.
University of Erlangen-Nürnberg is studying oil sprays at different frame rates and magnifications.
Application: Bubble Collapse Shockwave Interest: Formation of shockwaves Frame rate: 5 mio fps
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Application: PIV imagine of protective gas flows of GMAW welding processes Interest: Behaviour of gas flows
Application: Rifle bullet Interest: Flight and impact behaviour Frame rate: 40.000 fps
Application: Schlieren imaging of TIG welding Interest: Gas flow of protection gas Frame rate: 2.000 fps
Application: TIG welding Interest: Behaviour of melt pool and additive material Frame rate: 20 fps
Application: Orbital TIG welding Interest: Manual seam tracking Frame rate: 20 fps
Application: CO2 laser welding Interest: Melt pool and keyhole behaviour Frame rate: 500 fps
Application: Laser cladding Interest: Melt pool dynamics and powder flow Frame rates: 19.000 fps
Application: Fiber laser welding Interest: Meltpool and keyhole behaviour Frame rate: 4000 fps
Application: NdYAG laser welding Interest: Meltpool and key hole behavior Frame rate: 1.260 fps
Application: Cavitation creation with sonosensitizer Interest; Study of shockwaves Frame rate: 500.000 fps
ZeMA uses CAVILUX HF and a high speed camera to collect information for the development of an online control of a robot guided laser welding process.
CAVILUX laser light is monochromatic with very low coherence which is a major advantage in microscopic imaging. Read how RWTH Aachen has applied our illumination to study fuel injection.
The PUNOS project studied transillumination of wood by applying high power diode laser illumination for the measurement of wood internal structure. Read more how CAVILUX can provide information about the properties of wood.
Pixact Ltd. has applied CAVILUX laser illumination to visualize bullet impacts to different materials. Read here about the measurement.
Application: Three point bending test Interest: Crack propagation
Application: Explosion of banger Interest: Material behavior Frame rate: 40.000 fps
Application: Riffle bullet at protective gear Interest: Behavior of materials Frame rate: 40.000 fps
Application: Air gun bullet hitting tomato Interest: Behavior of materials Frame rate: 40.000 fps
Wood structure and surface properties can be imaged with high-intensity light which can penetrate through dense media. CAVILUX high-power laser illumination is ideal for such applications.
Structure of transparent tissue in uniform back-illumination.
Surface structure of a special tissue when illuminated at a high angle (oblique) with CAVILUX.
Surface structure of special web when illuminated with CAVILUX laser light at a high angle (oblique).
Application: Ignition of a rocket Interest: Formation of jet Frame rate: 1.000 fps
Application: Fuel injection in diesel jet Interest: Study soot concentration Frame rate: 25.000 fps
CO2 laser welding with: Humping effect.
CO2 laser welding. Focus on keyhole.
Application: Fuel injection Interest: Formation of spray Frame rate: 34.000 fps
Application: MIG welding of steel Interest: Drop forming and melt pool dynamics Frame rate: 5.000 fps
Application: MAG welding Interest: Drop forming and melt pool dynamics Frame rate: 2.000 fps
Application: Orbital MIG welding Interest: Manual seam tracking Frame rate: 20 fps
Schlieren imaging is designed to detect changes in the refraction index of objects. CAVILUX laser illumination is an excellent choice for accurate images of such applications.
Serimax is using Cavitar's welding camera for their demanding orbital MIG welding processes in offshore oil and gas pipe line welding. The camera enables the welder to control the process from a save distance to the process and from an ergonomic position.
The Institute of Materials Science at the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University Hanover, Germany studied electrode hand welding. The burning behavior of that electrode was used as a reference to study the behavior of other commercially available electrodes but also to study the behavior of electrodes from own development projects.
The Institute of Surface and Manufacturing Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany has studied the dynamics of welding protection gas. The researchers used CAVILUX HF laser illumination and its light sheet optic to create images that could be analyzed with PIV software.
The German Space Agency is studying shockwave behavior in scramjets. CAVILUX enables very short pulses that eliminate motion blur of shockwaves.
Pixact Ltd. and expert in flow imaging, has tested CAVILUX laser illumination and its light sheet in PIV applications. Read here about the results.
Formations of shockwaves during the creation of cavitations with a sonosensitizer. The results have an implication on medical treatments.
The laser illumination equipment of the CAVILUX product range is the primary alternative in such technology for suppliers of industrial quality monitoring systems. Read more about the technology and benefits.