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1 December 1991 Displacement analysis of the interior walls of a pipe using panoramic holointerferometry
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Standard phase-displacement equations, used for both double exposure and real time holo-interferometry, are combined with the geometrical mapping and optical characteristics of panoramic annular lenses to accurately measure surface displacement on the interior wall of a pipe. In this approach, one panoramic annular lens is used to illuminate the surface with coherent light, and the resulting intensity distribution is holographically recorded through a second panoramic annular lens. Interference fringes are obtained in real-time by comparing holograms recorded before and after the pipe is displaced. The annular images and the holographic fringes are acquired and stored digitally in a computer system. Image transformation algorithms are applied to remove optical distortions in the holographic pattern and fringe loci are compared to those predicted on the basis of theory.
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John A. Gilbert, Donald R. Matthys, and Christelle M. Lindner "Displacement analysis of the interior walls of a pipe using panoramic holointerferometry", Proc. SPIE 1554, Second International Conference on Photomechanics and Speckle Metrology, (1 December 1991); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.57481
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