1 April 1973 Experimental Techniques in Real Time Holographic Interferometry I - Reduction of Emulsion Shrinkage Effects
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Abstract
When an object being tested and its holographic image are 'superimposed for real time holographic interferometry studies a distorted fringe field is normally observed as a result of emulsion shrinkage on the hologram plate. A liquid gate is commonly employed to eliminate emulsion shrinkage effects. This paper describes an alternative technique for reducing these effects which requires only that the plate be overexposed and underdeveloped.
Truman F. Kellie, Truman F. Kellie, Warren H. Stevenson, Warren H. Stevenson, } "Experimental Techniques in Real Time Holographic Interferometry I - Reduction of Emulsion Shrinkage Effects," Optical Engineering 12(2), 120247 (1 April 1973). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971628 . Submission:
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