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High-speed cameras: Applications in Aerospace Testing

High-speed cameras: Applications in Aerospace Testing

The article from Aerospace Testing International emphasizes the use of digital image correlation (DIC) in aerospace propulsion systems testing, particularly with high-speed cameras. DIC provides precise measurements of deformation, strain, and vibration in engine components during testing. This technology enhances the understanding of material behavior under stress, contributing to safer and more efficient aerospace designs. The article details the integration of DIC with high-speed camera technology, showcasing its importance in advancing aerospace propulsion research and development.

For a more detailed exploration of this topic, you can read the full article here.

NASA using ARAMIS DIC for their testing Aramis is a non-contact and material-independent measuring system based on Digital Image Correlation and photogrammetry (Photo: NASA)

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