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High resolution imaging of hypervelocity impacts

Thermal, chemical and mechanical properties may change with hypervelocity impact



Ultra high-speed imaging helps development of alternative fusion process

Energy demand will increase by 50% by 2030 thus research and development to create working fusion reactors is taking on increasing importance



Capturing blur free images from ultra high speed events

Applications include ballistics, detonics, impact studies, crack propagation research and spray particle analysis



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