New DynamicStudio release 6.10


Variable Timing for the Synchronizers

For PIV, the trigger rate and/or the time between images (Delta t) can be varied over time during an acquisition. This can be used for example in the following cases:

  • Optimize time resolved data acquisition: Vary the trigger rate in time to match an accelerating (or pulsating) flow as illustrated in this movie:
  • Strengthen the PIV signal, extend the dynamic range and optimize the spatial resolution: Vary the time between images (double frame mode) to keep the average seeding particle displacement within a certain range (e.g. 1 to 10 pixels) during acquisition in an accelerating or pulsating flow.

Visual feedback on Dual level and double sided target calibration

Visual feedback for DynamicStudio release 6.10
Front side of target
Rear side of target

Multilevel & Dual sided targets are now supported by multi-camera calibration.

All standard targets are supported.

You can apply the multi-camera calibration to one or several images.

The point detection is fully automated, you just need to define the front and rear side of the target.

Special targets can be processed as well, by manually entering point, plane and side properties


Interpolated shading for scalar maps

Interpolated shading for scalar map for DynamicStudio release 6.10

Scalars can now visualized with infinite colors. This is set up in the Vector Map Display Options, Scalar Map Style properties.

Speed-up of analysis of small data sets

The analysis of small data sets can be speeded up by temporarily storing the datasets in cache and storing them permanently at the end of the analysis only. The cache is activated in the “Options” menu, “Database” tab.

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