High Speed Recording by Resonating Optical Resolvers
DAYTON UNIV OH
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The application and design of resonant elements for high-speed spectrographic and camera work seems to be a unique new approach to specific tasks of the analytical physicist, and should provide a useful experimental instrument for the laboratory on earth and in space. Inexpensive construction and ease of operation characterize the new device, which has a time-resolution capability similar to the customary high-speed helium turbine drives with little or none of their operating difficulties. The findings of this preliminary investigation indicate that further study of the properties and applicability of oscillating drives should be of benefit.
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy