1 April 1994 Fourier transform fringe analysis of electronic speckle pattern interferometry fringes from high-speed rotating components
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Optical Engineering, 33(4), (1994). doi:10.1117/12.163126
Abstract
The ability to measure in-plane displacement on the surface of a rotating structure under service conditions and real-time analysis to provide component strain distributions would form the ideal experimental optical technique. Pulsed laser electronic speckle pattern interferometry, which can display interference patterns for in-plane displacement in conjunction with the Fourier transform method of fringe analysis, is one attractive approach that is coming closer to this ideal. The optical system used enables a wide range of rotational speeds to be covered with tangential velocities up to 300 m/s.
Richard W. T. Preater, Robin C. Swain, "Fourier transform fringe analysis of electronic speckle pattern interferometry fringes from high-speed rotating components," Optical Engineering 33(4), (1 April 1994). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.163126
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Fourier transforms

Fringe analysis

Speckle pattern

Interferometry

Modulation

Mirrors

Reconstruction algorithms

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