4 March 2013 Remote sensing and characterization of oil on water using coherent fringe projection and holographic in-line interferometry
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Optical Engineering, 52(3), 035601 (2013). doi:10.1117/1.OE.52.3.035601
Abstract
We suggest combining several optical methods for remote sensing and characterization of crude oil films and emulsions. These are coherent fringe projection illumination (CFP), holographic in-line interferometry (HILI), and laser-induced fluorescence. The combined methods of CFP and HILI are described in the frame of coherent superposition of partial interference patterns. It is shown that in addition to detection and identification of oil, laser illumination in the green-blue region can also degrade oil. This finding indicates that properly structured laser clean-up can be an alternative method of decontamination.
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Arcadi Chirita, Nickolai V. Kukhtarev, Tatiana V. Kukhtareva, Sonia C. Gallegos, "Remote sensing and characterization of oil on water using coherent fringe projection and holographic in-line interferometry," Optical Engineering 52(3), 035601 (4 March 2013). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.52.3.035601
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Luminescence

Remote sensing

Interferometry

Holographic interferometry

Holography

Reflection

Superposition

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