25 May 2018 High-efficiency and high-accuracy digital speckle correlation for full-field image deformation measurement
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Many works around the digital speckle correlation (DSC) are to improve the computational efficiency and measurement accuracy in recent years. This work aims to improve the efficiency and accuracy of DSC for both single-point and full-field points used in mechanical properties test of materials. For this purpose, first, a subpixel initial guess for the inverse compositional Gauss–Newton algorithm (IC-GN) with the first-order shape function is introduced for single-point image registration. Then, with the aid of strategy of subset image edge extend interpolation (SIEEI), the efficiency and accuracy of full-field displacement and deformation measurement are improved simultaneously. The SIEEI is employed to reduce mean squared difference errors caused by traditional bicubic interpolation algorithm. Comparative studies between the traditional IC-GN algorithm and the proposed algorithms are presented using simulated speckle images and CCD images. The proposed method achieves more executive efficiency and more accuracy for single-point and full-field points image registration. The computational efficiency of the proposed algorithms increases 7.5% for full-field registration using CCD images. The mean of squared difference errors of the SIEEI method is less than the traditional bicubic interpolation algorithm. The presented approach shows great potentials for challenging application, such as mechanical properties test of materials.
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Yu Lu, Yu Lu, Jiang Han, Jiang Han, Yonghong Wang, Yonghong Wang, Xizuo Dan, Xizuo Dan, Siyuan Bao, Siyuan Bao, Peizheng Yan, Peizheng Yan, } "High-efficiency and high-accuracy digital speckle correlation for full-field image deformation measurement," Optical Engineering 57(5), 054116 (25 May 2018). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.57.5.054116 . Submission: Received: 9 March 2018; Accepted: 7 May 2018
Received: 9 March 2018; Accepted: 7 May 2018; Published: 25 May 2018
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