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shadowgraph

(shăd′ō-grăf′)
n.
1. An image produced by casting a shadow on a screen.
2. See shadow play.
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A sample shadowgraph image is shown in Figure 3(a), and a sample Me scattering image is shown in Figure 3(b).
Figure 23 shows the shadowgraph illustrating the presence of shock waves in the nozzle when the MDT is placed co axially.
Figure 3 shows the examples of time-sequence and time-integrated high-speed laser shadowgraphs of this spray flame without the sampler under the identical ambient conditions with the sampling cases.
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Capture and containment was validated using two schlieren systems and two shadowgraph systems, which allow real-time visualization of the thermal and cooking plumes (Schmid et al.
From many optical visualization methods (shadowgraph, interferometric method) we have chosen the schlieren method.
The ISVG 4100 is available with either camera optics or shadowgraph. Heating is localized and clamping takes less than 10 seconds.
Because only this early light produces a sharp shadowgraph of an embedded object, researchers need a way to isolate it from the rest of the light emerging from a sample.
To improve capturing quality, the droplets were illuminated with 2000W Xenon light to create a shadowgraph in a white gray background.
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