The principle of a stroboscope is to study rotating, reciprocating, oscillating, or vibrations in objects. A stroboscope is used to make cyclically moving objects appear stationary or slower.
my guess is rpm
A stroboscope is usually just a lamp, set to flash quickly and repeatedly with an often tuneable and consistent frequency. Strobes used to set the ignition timing on engines with spark plugs usually look a bit like a gun, but otherwise they can look like pretty much any lamp.
A stroboscope is any various instrument used to observe moving objects by making them appear stationary, especially with pulsed illumination or mechanical devices that intermittently interrupt observation.
Planetary atmospheres, the atmospheres of red giant stars, and galaxies were the three primary scientific targets of Stroboscope II.
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"a man of principle" "the principle of jet propulsion"
principle of theodolite is based on the principle of trigonometry.
A stroboscope uses a series of flashes to make a fast moving object seem slower. A stroboscopic tachometer has a scale that reads either in revolutions per minute or flashes per minute.
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1.principle of attainability 2.principle of acceptability 3.principle of communication 4.principle of clarity and or simplicity 5.the motivational principle 6.principle of suitability 6.the principle of commitment