Visually interactive method to determine the transportation speed of component parts

Visually interactive method to determine the transportation speed of component parts

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In this particular application, a technique has been evolved to determine the speed of a moving part. The technique has been developed using an analogy between a camera/microprocessor system and the interference patterns generated by two transmission gratings.


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