LaVision presents the latest innovation for stray light suppression in sprays and two-phase flows
Friday, 28. April 2017
Structured Laser Illumination Planar Imaging (SLIPI) is an established technique in planar laser imaging to remove imaging artifacts arising from higher order scattering in 2-phase fluids, such as sprays.
Developed from our cooperation partners from Lund University, LaVision now provides a remarkable simplification of
SLIPI with the new single pulse SLIPI approach.
This novel technique reveals fully time resolved spray images from single-shot recordings. Single pulse SLIPI (1p-SLIPI) is the simplest way of rejecting stray-light in dense media.
Clean-up of a single-shot image from a hollow cone spray. The conventional sheet image shows a large amount of stray light and blurred structures, while the 1p-SLIPI image reveals droplets and rejects stray light effectively. (courtesy of E. Berrocal, E. Kristensson, Lund University)
The instantaneous double pulse 2p-SLIPI and the phase-scanning and time-averaging 3p-SLIPI offer solutions to customers with higher demands on spatial resolution or for more complex spray imaging techniques like LIF/Mie.
The SLIPI optics is designed to start with the most simple 1p-SLIPI approach and can be upgraded with rising demands. The SLIPI base module covers all requirements for 1p-SLIPI. Two add-on modules for the SLIPI optics for 2p- and 3p-SLIPI allow to upgrade to one or both of the more advanced techniques.
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