1 edition of Automatic data retrieval from rocket motor holograms found in the catalog.
Automatic data retrieval from rocket motor holograms
Emin Sami Orguc
Written in English
|Contributions||Powers, J.P. (John Patrick)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
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of rocket motor combustion chamber holographic images. In particular this thesis deals with the software code optimization of existing automatic data retrieval algorithms that are used to extract useful particle information from the holograms using a. obtain automatic data retrieval from holograms taken in a small rocket motor combustion chamber.
First, an optical hologram provides a 3-D image of the particles in the combustion chamber. A real image of the image cross-section is focused on a transluscent screen (a piece of mylar) that can either be moving or stationary.
The hologram image is. Code optimization of speckle reduction algorithms for image processing of rocket motor holograms. By Dana S. Kaeser. In particular this thesis deals with the software code optimization of existing automatic data retrieval algorithms that are used to extract useful Automatic data retrieval from rocket motor holograms book information from the holograms using a microcomputer-based imaging Author: Dana S.
Kaeser. motor), determination of D31 across the exhaust nozzle using measurements of scattered laser light, and holograms of burning propellant strands, slabs, and motors. In addition, techniques are being developed for automatic retrieval of particle size distributions from holograms taken of the combustion of solid propellants.
Being able to obtain good quality holograms within the solid propellant rocket motor environment is one task. However, once this is attained, a need exists for Obtaining the particle size distributions from the holograms in a reasonable period of time.
Automatic or seml-automatlc data retrieval methods. For a 2-cm hologram thickness, the angular sensitivity is only degrees.
Therefore, it becomes possible to store thou-sands of holograms within the allowable range of ref-erence arm angles (typically 20–30 degrees). The maximum number of holograms stored at a single location to date 7 is 10, Storing and retrieving digital data. scattered laser light, and holograms of burning propellant strands and slabs in a cross-flow environment.
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