Bubble Collapse Shockwave

University of Glasgow (Scotland) is using CAVILUX Smart to study shockwaves from bubble collapse. Shockwaves are very fast phenomena that can be studied with ultra-high-speed imaging. However, the small size and high speed of the object can create motion blur in the images. Cavitar’s laser illumination provides very short pulses that minimize the effect of motion blur while providing sufficient lighting for images taken at ultra-high-speed.

Read the application note: http://www.cavitar.com/deconvolution-acoustically-detected-bubble-collapse-shockwaves/

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