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By Guillermo H. Kaufmann

ISBN-10: 3527409572

ISBN-13: 9783527409570

Speckle metrology comprises quite a few optical concepts which are in response to the speckle fields generated by means of mirrored image from a coarse floor or via transmission via a coarse diffuser. those innovations have confirmed to be very priceless in checking out diverse fabrics in a non-destructive manner. they've got replaced dramatically over the past years as a result improvement of contemporary optical parts, with quicker and extra robust electronic pcs, and novel information processing techniques.
This newest assessment of the subject describes new ideas built within the box of speckle metrology over the past decade, in addition to functions to experimental mechanics, fabric technological know-how, optical trying out, and fringe research.

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1 Translation and Mechanical Stress Measurements The polar radial displacement field measured in a circular region provides sufficient information to characterize the mean level of both rigid body translations and strains or stresses that occur in that region. For uniform displacement, strain, or stress fields, the complete determination of the associated parameters is almost a straightforward process [19, 20]. In this section, rigid body computation will be analyzed. Mechanical stress field computation will be considered in the next section.

Thus, it is possible to simultaneously measure both displacement components. Two drawbacks can be found for this approach, namely, (i) test surface can appreciably depolarize the two orthogonal polarized dual-beam illumination sets causing cross interference between them and (ii) optical setup becomes more bulky and complex. References [10, 11] have managed to deal with these limitations by developing a novel double illumination DSPI system. This interferometer presents an optical arrangement that gives radial in-plane sensitivity and its first version will be described in detail in the following section.

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