Experimental Mechanics of Solids by C.A. Sciammarella, F.M. Sciammarella

By C.A. Sciammarella, F.M. Sciammarella

Entrance topic --
Continuum Mechanics ₆ old historical past --
Theoretical rigidity research ₆ uncomplicated formula of Continuum Mechanics. idea of Elasticity --
Strain Gages ₆ advent to electric pressure Gages --
Strain Gages Instrumentation ₆ The Wheatstone Bridge --
Strain Gage Rosettes: choice, software and information aid --
Optical tools ₆ advent --
Optical equipment ₆ Interference and Diffraction of sunshine --
Optical tools ₆ Fourier rework --
Optical tools ₆ laptop imaginative and prescient --
Optical tools ₆ Discrete Fourier rework --
Photoelasticity ₆ advent --
Photoelasticity purposes --
Techniques that degree Displacements --
Moiř technique. Coherent Ilumination --
Shadow Moiř & Projection Moiř ₆ the fundamental Relationships --
Moiř Contouring purposes --
Reflection Moiř --
Speckle styles and Their houses --
Speckle 2 --
Digital photo Correlation (DIC) --
Holographic Interferometry --
Digital and Dynamic Holography --
Index

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Experimental Mechanics of Solids

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Photoelasticity ₆ advent --
Photoelasticity purposes --
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Moiř process. Coherent Ilumination --
Shadow Moiř & Projection Moiř ₆ the elemental Relationships --
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The image becomes a two-dimensional array of intensities (or gray levels). The light intensity is thus sampled by the camera, with constant sampling intervals x and y. The image analysis is done on discrete two dimensional functions. The Fourier transform must be extended to such discontinuous functions; in this case it is called the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT). The DFT is an approximation of the Fourier transform of a function, as a sampled function is an approximation of a continuous function.

In the case of some interferometric techniques or in the case of photoelasticity the carrier is directly the wave length of light. In what follows the analysis of a sinusoidal carrier will be introduced as a mathematical model for all types of carriers. One must remember that by utilizing Fourier transform methodology all the integrable functions can be represented by their expansion in Fourier integrals. The carrier can be thought of as a sinusoidal function generated by a rotating vector E and the phase of the carrier at a point of coordinate x is defined as the total angle rotated by the vector up to that point.

This aspect poses a difficult problem because the leakage depends on the relationship of the frequency of the signal and the size of the observed region. The smaller the pitch of the sinusoidal function is with respect to the size of the observed region the less important the problem of leakage becomes. The opposite occurs when the above relationship grows. In this field the utilization of windows becomes mandatory because it will be necessary to separate some portion of the spectrum from other portions.

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