Data for: Multi-point Vibration Measurement for Mode Identification of Bridge Structures using Video-based Motion Magnification
Contributors: Zhigang Shen, Zhexiong Shang
... These three video files are the raw data used to generate the outcomes of this research.
Contributors: Juan Fernando Acevedo-Quintero, Ángela María Ortega-León, Joan Gaston Zamora-Abrego
... Video that describes the interaction between Dasyprocta punctata and Astrocaryum malybo. As the fruit develops, the peduncle grows, the fruits gain mass and the weight of the fruit folds the peduncle and the fruits remain outside the core of prickles
Time dependent evolution of refractive index around a molten pool in glass welding by ultra-short pulses
Contributors: Kristian Cvecek
... The time-dependent phase evolution is shown for different feed speeds. The units of the phase legend is Pi. The time duration between the shown frames is 44.4 µs. The laser pulse repetition rate is 450 kHz, the (original) camera frame rate is 225 kHz. The image scale is 2.13 µm/pxl. For more details on original experiments see: Alexeev I, Heberle J, Cvecek K, Nagulin, Schmidt. High Speed Pump-Probe Apparatus for Observation of Transitional Effects in Ultrafast Laser Micromachining Processes. Micromachines 2015;6:1914-22.
In situ characterization of low-viscosity direct ink writing: stability, wetting, and rotational flows
Contributors: Leanne Friedrich
... Mathematica package files (.wl) and aggregate data for the paper "In situ characterization of low-viscosity direct ink writing: stability, wetting, and rotational flows." Code describes image analysis techniques for analyzing stability, wetting, and rotational flows in videos of a direct ink writing process. An example video set is included. "gras" refers to the Grasshopper camera which was used to capture videos from the side (stability/wetting) "flea" refers to the Flea camera which was used to capture videos from the back (rotational flows). -------------------- VIDEO ANALYSIS WORKFLOW 1. calibration.wl describe the nozzle geometry and substrate position for a video 2. extrusionBehaviors.wl detect and analyze fluid surfaces for each frame in a video (or 40-80 frames, for stable flows) 3. aggregation.wl summarize data across many frames, describing average values and characterizing periodicity of droplets 4. displacements.wl analyze xz videos to find particle displacements -------------------- TOOLBOXES fileManagement.wl handling this file naming convention -------------------- DATA summaries4.csv list of aggregate video data thicknesstable.csv aggregate filament height data dispsSummary.csv aggregate particle displacements for rotational flows Example video flea_disps2_T25_H150_FDTS_film_vF1.5_vSfast_171024165320.csv displacements flea_T25_H150_FDTS_film_vF1.5_vSfast_171024165320.avi video from the back gras_T25_H150_FDTS_film_vF1.5_vSfast_171024165320.avi video from the side grasGeoA_T25_H150_FDTS_film_vF1.5_vSfast_171024165320.txt geometry stats about video grasHeights_T25_H150_FDTS_film_vF1.5_vSfast_171024165320.csv table of stage heights in um grasHeights_T25_H150_FDTS_film_vF1.5_vSfast_171024165320.tiff visual representation of tilt grasPositions3_linex_T25_H150_FDTS_film_vF1.5_vSfast_171024165320.csv list of fluid surface measurements over time grasSummary4_T25_H150_FDTS_film_vF1.5_vSfast_171024165320.csv summarized fluid surface measurements over time
Contributors: Isabelle Tardieux
... Supplemental movie files and legends
Data for: Gaussian-filtered Horizontal Motion (GHM) plots as a simple and efficient procedure for the identification of flexural and torsional modes of a building through the analysis of non-synchronous data acquired by a single sensor at several points
Contributors: Giancarlo Dal Moro, Lorenz Keller, Thomas Weber
... Data refer to the first case study presented in the paper (synchronous data). The two videos present the particle motion on the horizontal plane for the points P1 and P2 (data are filtered with a 8.37 and 12.40Hz Gaussian filter, respectively): 1) The 8.37 Hz flexural mode responsible for an oscillation along the EW axis (8.37HZ_flexural_mode.mp4); 2) The 12.40 Hz torsional mode (12.40Hz_torsional_mode.mp4).
Contributors: Hassan Rasooli, S. Hadi Badri
... This movie is created with Lumerical software. It shows how the optical pulse propagates from input port to output port.
Data for: Immunomodulatory effect of Celecoxib on HMGB1/TLR4 pathway in a recurrent seizures model in immature rats.
Contributors: Iris Feria-Romero, angelica vega garcia, Sara Caballero Chacón, Mariana Morales-Sosa, Sandra Orozco
... The video shows an immature sham rat (left side) and an immature rat with i.p. of kainic acid (right side) that has developed seizures phase IV.
Contributors: Jomy Varghese
... Timelapse Data
Contributors: Irving Hernández, Jassiel V. Hernández-Fontes, Marcelo A. Vitola, Monica C. Silva, Paulo T. T. Esperança
... The present data complement the paper “Water elevation measurements using binary image analysis for 2D hydrodynamic experiments”, published in Ocean Engineering (2018). Then, it should be cited as follows: Hernández I.D., Hernández-Fontes J.V., Vitola M.A., Silva M.C., Esperança P.T.T., 2018. Water elevation measurements using binary image analysis for 2D hydrodynamic experiments, Ocean Engineering 157, 325-338. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2018.03.063 In the present version (V2) of the Mendeley repository, the reference of the paper has been updated. The available complementary data remain as in the version 1, which was cited in the paper. The data related to the cases of study (i.e., calibrated image stacks), the software for image processing and analysis (i.e., either the ImageJ portable software with macro scripts or the macro scripts only), and a video tutorial showing how to obtain the water elevation at virtual wave probes using the proposed methodology, are provided. Considerations: The two calibrated image stacks of grayscale-images in multilayer TIFF files are provided with embedded calibration and time of capture in the metadata. For the use of both macro scripts and the embedded information, we recommend the use of ImageJ (https://imagej.nih.gov/ij/) or Fiji (https://imagej.net/Fiji) software with versions 1.8 or above.