The new release 8.2 of DynamicStudio includes several important new features, including a DIC add-on, a Python link, an automated static Mask generator, a Modal filter, new post processing routines for 3D PTV data, new supported cameras, and much more…
For fluid-structure interaction (FSI) studies, DynamicStudio now offers a DIC Add-on to acquire and process surface deformation and displacement data plus PIV data in one common co-ordinate system. All hardware is calibrated and controlled from one software platform allowing you to seamlessly switch between analysis of DIC or PIV data, or to look at both simultaneously.
A link to PythonTM enables you to write your own analysis methods, whilst keeping all your data in one place using the DynamicStudio database structure and our advances acquisition capabilities. It also allows users to apply alternative opensource processing approaches on data acquired with DynamicStudio.
The new Automated Static Mask generator based on ensemble summations simplifies and speeds up image masking.
2D and 3D PTV users will benefit from new and updated post-processing for smoothing and interpolating particle tracks to a grid. Plus, a new ensemble PTV approach that enables higher spatial resolutions for time averaged data and also allows users with low speed hardware to apply PTV processing methods.
The camera portfolio is also expanded with new highly sensitive SpeedSense camera series Txx10 and Txx40 cameras. The Txx40 camera series reaches 9350 fps at >4 MP resolution. The back illuminated chip configuration provides quantum efficiency of over 85% which ensures great sensitivity even at such frame rates.