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Cine and television recording and image-processing systems for studies of fast-progressing processes
Author(s): Nikolai A. Konovalov; Vladimir B. Veselovsky; Vladimir I. Kovalenko; Nikolay I. Lakhno; Alexander D. Skorik; Valeri B. Furmanov; Gennadiy A. Polyakov
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Paper Abstract

The methods and software of the fast-running processes' investigation in various media (solids, liquids, gas, plasma) and technical objects were developed. The mathematical models of the objects under research were created in the conditions of exposure to the fields possessing different physical nature. The hardware and programming complex of the film-phototelerecording and data processing combining the computer equipment, television- and film technique, was created, permitting the use of the advantages of every type of the technical systems for the investigation of certain processes, objects and their characteristics. The hardware and programming complex of the film-phototelerecording and data processing is used both in the development and designing periods, and during tests, as well as under the long-term operation of technical objects in the ordinary and extremal situations. The fast-running processes' investigations in various media and technical objects were performed, and by their results the data bank was made.

Paper Details

Date Published: 7 June 1996
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 2751, Hybrid Image and Signal Processing V, (7 June 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.242011
Show Author Affiliations
Nikolai A. Konovalov, Institute of Technical Mechanics (Ukraine)
Vladimir B. Veselovsky, Institute of Technical Mechanics (Ukraine)
Vladimir I. Kovalenko, Institute of Technical Mechanics (Ukraine)
Nikolay I. Lakhno, Institute of Technical Mechanics (Ukraine)
Alexander D. Skorik, Institute of Technical Mechanics (Ukraine)
Valeri B. Furmanov, Institute of Technical Mechanics (Ukraine)
Gennadiy A. Polyakov, Institute of Technical Mechanics (Ukraine)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2751:
Hybrid Image and Signal Processing V
David P. Casasent; Andrew G. Tescher, Editor(s)

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