Droplets on Waterproof Material

Case studies in material testing - Observing droplets on waterproof material

Images captured with high-speed cameras may let you think that the famous saying "seeing is believing" is not true in some cases. High-speed imaging of a droplet shows that the droplet behaves like a ball when it falls onto a piece of waterproof material. It will be compressed and bounces into the air after it drops and hits the material.

To film this amazing phenomenon, a high-speed camera that can achieve extremely low exposure time, high frame rate and most importantly high sensitivity to capture the moment is required to show you the truth. For this application a pco.dimax camera was used.

YuanAo International Trade Co., Ltd. (HONG KONG), 2018

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