12 December 1997 Transient deformation measurement using dual-pulse addition ESPI
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Abstract
An electronic speckle pattern interferometry system based on a frequency-doubled twin Nd:YAG laser emitting dual pulses at a TV camera field rate (50 Hz) was developed to analyze addition fringes generated by transient deformation of a test object. The main advance has been the automatic, quantitative analysis of dual-pulsed addition ESPI data by the introduction of carrier fringes and the application of Fourier methods. The carrier fringes are introduced between dual pulses by tilting the reference beam with a mirror driven by a galvanometer. The resulting deformation-modulated addition fringes are enhanced with a variance filter before evaluation of the phase distribution using a Fourier transform method with bandpass filtering. From the wrapped phase distribution, a continuous phase map is reconstructed using an iterative weighted least- squares unwrapper. The linear phase distribution associated with the carrier fringes is removed by evaluating it with a least-squares fitting algorithm. Preliminary results obtained for a thin plate submitted to an acoustic shock show the suitability of the system for the quantitative evaluation of transient deformation fields.
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David I. Farrant, Guillermo H. Kaufmann, Jon N. Petzing, John Raymond Tyrer, Bozenko F. Oreb, David Kerr, "Transient deformation measurement using dual-pulse addition ESPI", Proc. SPIE 3173, Ultrahigh- and High-Speed Photography and Image-based Motion Measurement, (12 December 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.294507; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.294507
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