1 October 1980 Holographic Interferometry: Some Recent Developments
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Three examples of recent developments in the field of holographic interferometry are discussed. The first is the use of optical derotators to form double-exposure and real-time stroboscopic holographic interferograms of high-speed rotating objects. The second is the use of holographic interferometry as a diagnostic method in the automotive industry, and the third is the use of an iterative computation procedure to make possible the measurement of strongly refracting boundary layers.
C. M. Vest, C. M. Vest, } "Holographic Interferometry: Some Recent Developments," Optical Engineering 19(5), 195654 (1 October 1980). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972584 . Submission:
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