High Speed Video Camera Videos from Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA)

 

1. Shock wave passing over a square cylinder and subsequently  

reflecting from a straight end wall (shock Mach number 1.35), visualised with direction-indicating colour schlieren; taken with 330 000 fps, 0.75 ms exposure time; taken by Hiroyuki Teranishi 1), Kohsei Takehara 1), T. Goji Etoh 1) and Harald Kleine 2) 
1) Kinki University, Osaka, Japan  2) UNSW Canberra, Australia

 

2. Rifle bullet flying at Mach 1.1;

Monochrome omnidirectional schlieren visualisation with simultaneous front lighting, taken with 500,000 fps, 0.5 ms exposure time; taken by Ben Oakes and Harald Kleine (UNSW Canberra, Australia)

 

3. Rifle bullet flying at Mach 1.1 passing through a helium jet;

Monochrome omnidirectional schlieren visualisation with simultaneous front lighting, taken with 500,000 fps, 0.5 ms exposure time; taken by Ben Oakes and Harald Kleine (UNSW Canberra, Australia)

 

 

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