Department of Engineering video competition 2011

Created: 2011-07-13 16:40
Institution: Department of Engineering
Description: Department of Engineering video competition 2011
 

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'Droplet breaking up after being sparked' by Dave Farrow, Epaminondas Mastorakos, Nick Collings

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4 kfps CMOS camera, natural emission, back illumination. The video shows a ~3mm n-heptane droplet hanging from a capillary tube in an inert (oxygen-free) gas environment. A spark...

Collection: Department of Engineering video competition 2011

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Thu 14 Jul 2011


'Flame extinction' by James Kariuki

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The video shows the final stages of an extinguishing flame taken over a period of 60 milliseconds. A two-dimensional slice across the flame was illuminated using a thin laser...

Collection: Department of Engineering video competition 2011

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Thu 14 Jul 2011


'Sparks around fuel drops' by Dave Farrow, Epaminondas Mastorakos, Nick Collings

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High speed (2000 Hz) video of a 0.4 ms spark in the vicinity of a heptane fuel drop suspended in a argon environment. The video shows stages of the interaction from the spark...

Collection: Department of Engineering video competition 2011

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Thu 14 Jul 2011


'Sparks around fuel drops' by Dave Farrow, Epaminondas Mastorakos, Nick Collings

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High speed (2000 Hz) video of a 0.4 ms spark in the vicinity of a heptane fuel drop suspended in a carbon dioxide environment. The video shows stages of the interaction from the...

Collection: Department of Engineering video competition 2011

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Thu 14 Jul 2011


'The Amazing Baby Rattle' by Haider Butt

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Like Newton with the falling apple, my engineering mind was triggered while playing with my baby girl and her toys. Amongst the toys was a Star Shaped Baby Rattle which looked...

Collection: Department of Engineering video competition 2011

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Thu 14 Jul 2011


Infrastructure revolution

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Technology has advanced to the point where the condition of bridges, tunnels and buildings can be monitored in unprecedented detail. Now a new Centre at Cambridge has been formed...

Collection: Department of Engineering video competition 2011

Institution: Department of Engineering

Created: Thu 31 May 2012