High-speed imaging of the pilot arc transient phase in plasma arc cutting (PAC) has been carried out synchronizing the use of two high-speed cameras in conjunction with an optical system suitably designed for producing multiple synchronized views of the same phenomenon. Such imaging techniques have allowed a deeper understanding of the pilot arcing process, thanks to the simultaneous visualization of anode and cathode attachments and through the development of tomographic reconstruction of the pilot arc.

High-Speed Imaging in PAC: Multiple View and Tomographic Reconstruction of Pilot Arcing Transients

COLOMBO, VITTORIO;CONCETTI, ALESSIA;GHEDINI, EMANUELE;GHERARDI, MATTEO;SANIBONDI, PAOLO;BOSELLI, MARCO;CANTORO, GIANMATTEO
2011

Abstract

High-speed imaging of the pilot arc transient phase in plasma arc cutting (PAC) has been carried out synchronizing the use of two high-speed cameras in conjunction with an optical system suitably designed for producing multiple synchronized views of the same phenomenon. Such imaging techniques have allowed a deeper understanding of the pilot arcing process, thanks to the simultaneous visualization of anode and cathode attachments and through the development of tomographic reconstruction of the pilot arc.
V. Colombo; A. Concetti; E. Ghedini; M. Gherardi; P. Sanibondi; M. Boselli; G. Cantoro
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