|Sep10-11, 07:36 PM||#1|
Fluorescent/fosforescent effect applied to engineering
I have to prepare a seminar about fluorescent/fosforescent effect applied to engineering.
Besides fluorescent lamps, and some advertisements for security. What would you suggest? Mainly in the electrical engineering area.
Thanks in advance,
|Sep10-11, 09:06 PM||#2|
Not electrical engineering but pressure sensitive paint is used a lot in aerodynamic testing as well as other areas of fluid mechanics. The paint fluoresces and the intensity depends on the local concentration of oxygen which depends on the pressure.
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