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Research on High Speed Particle Tracking Measurement Method Based on Ultra High Speed Pulse Camera

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DOI: 10.23977/jipta.2024.070107 | Downloads: 9 | Views: 105

Author(s)

Shenghong Fan 1, Wenjie Fan 1, Jie Ren 1, Pan Li 1

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1 Beijing Prodetec Technology Co. Ltd., Beijing, 100083, China

Corresponding Author

Shenghong Fan

ABSTRACT

This article studies the high-speed particle tracking measurement method, aiming to simulate the tracking measurement of high-speed particles by monitoring the splashed debris in the sample container, and measuring the motion speed, motion angle, and sputtering trajectory of the gravel particles. The system consists of 5 ultra high speed pulse cameras, which collect particle images and perform differential and threshold segmentation methods on the images to achieve particle recognition and localization. The particle motion speed is calculated by estimating the particle's position changes between different frames. The experimental results show that the system can achieve tracking of high-speed moving particles, with a spatial positioning accuracy of ± 0.2mm and a measurement error of 10%. This method provides certain theoretical and data support for the tracking and measurement research of high-speed particles.

KEYWORDS

High Speed Particle, Tracking Measurement, Image Processing, Spatial Positioning Accuracy, Pulse Camera

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Shenghong Fan, Wenjie Fan, Jie Ren, Pan Li, Research on High Speed Particle Tracking Measurement Method Based on Ultra High Speed Pulse Camera. Journal of Image Processing Theory and Applications (2024) Vol. 7: 53-63. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jipta.2024.070107.

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