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27 August 2003 Evaluation of high-frequency vibrations using electronic speckle pattern interferometry
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The available techniques for the study of high frequency vibration using electronic speckle pattern interferometry (ESPI) are briefly surveyed. We concentrate on two methods in particular. The first is a straightforward approach in which a CCD camera is used having a frame rate of at least twice the highest vibration frequency so that the sampling criterion is satisfied. The images are processed and analysed off-line. Digital phase shifting can be also implemented for detailed fringe analysis. The second approach is time-averaged ESPI in which the Bessel fringe function can be analysed in real time by modulating the optical path difference in the interferometer. This can be done either by using a vibrating component or, as in the present work, by direct modulation of the laser wavelength at the frequency of the vibrating mode.
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Vincent Toal, Henry Rice, Craig Meskell, Carol P. Armstrong, and Brian W. Bowe "Evaluation of high-frequency vibrations using electronic speckle pattern interferometry", Proc. SPIE 4876, Opto-Ireland 2002: Optics and Photonics Technologies and Applications, (27 August 2003); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.464267
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