1 May 1964 Some Recent Developments in Dynamic Photoelasticity
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Abstract
A dual-beam polariscope for obtaining simultaneous normal and oblique incidence photoelastic stress patterns was recently designed for use with a high-speed framing camera. Dynamic stress patterns were photographed at speeds up to 720,000 frames per second using flashtubes and filters to obtain monochromatic light. The equipment and techniques are described and pre-liminary results are given.
P D Flynn, P D Flynn, J. T. Gilbert, J. T. Gilbert, A. A. Roll, A. A. Roll, } "Some Recent Developments in Dynamic Photoelasticity," Optical Engineering 2(4), 020412 (1 May 1964). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971266 . Submission:
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