shadowgraphy


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shadowgraphy

(ˈʃædəʊˌɡrɑːfɪ)
n
1. (General Physics) the production of a shadowgraph
2. (General Physics) radiography or the production of images using radiation

shadowgraphy

radiography.
See also: Radiation
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The in-flame soot behavior during the sampling process was visualized via a high-speed visible laser shadowgraphy.
Shadowgraphy or ombromanie is the art of performing a story or show using images made by hand shadows.
First of all, shadowgraphy has been used to study the effectiveness of the full ice crystal generator.
It covers studying pulse processes, photographic methods of experimental research and high-speed photography, Fourier optics and Fourier spectroscopy, methods of spectroscopy, interferometry and shadowgraphy methods, holographic methods, electromagnetic probing, measurements in the x-ray region of the spectrum, corpuscular investigation methods, and methods of experimental data processing.
Phase Doppler (laser diffraction technique for the analysis of atomization of multi-ingredient gasoline) also gives good results [23, 24], just like the optical shadowgraphy that characterizes the injection [25, 15].
Exhibitions- Cognizance has been a host to exhibitions from National Power Corporation of India Limited, Indian Army, Defense Research Development Organization, A-SET Dancing Robots, Amar Sen Hand Shadowgraphy, 3D Street Art etc.
Rather than see the Mansfield photograph as documentation of the inevitable rise of 'special effects' and morphing, therefore, it should be read as a piece of quick change artistry, capturing the manipulation of his body by Mansfield, and aligning him with chapeaugraphy and shadowgraphy acts and escape artists like Houdini.
And yet, if we are to understand that shadowgraphy and the fascination with shadows expressed by that art transcend both historical and cultural boundaries (100), can we then be persuaded that Conrad's use of light and dark in his fiction is an "obsession" (99) and "peculiar" (110)?
Willem's performances of colonial resistance in Outcast of the Islands and Almayer's Folly, the popular theaters of his fiction, moving from stage to screen, post-impressionism and the cinema, shadowgraphy, Shakespeare and Conrad, and his operatic mode.
The researchers have combined modern high-speed digital video with techniques known as shadowgraphy and schlieren imaging, which date back centuries.
9:20 USING LASER LINE DEFLECTION AND SHADOWGRAPHY TO DETERMINE THE EXISTENCE OF ISOTHERMAL FRONTAL POLYMERIZATION OF METHYL METHACRYLATE, ITS FRONT POSITION, AND ITS FRONT WIDTH
The most widely used imaging techniques are direct illumination (from the combustion itself), shadowgraphy, and schliem photography.