Advances in Speckle Metrology and Related Techniques by Guillermo H. Kaufmann

By Guillermo H. Kaufmann

Speckle metrology contains a number of optical options which are in keeping with the speckle fields generated through mirrored image from a coarse floor or through transmission via a coarse diffuser. those innovations have confirmed to be very invaluable in checking out diversified fabrics in a non-destructive approach. they've got replaced dramatically over the last years a result of improvement of recent optical elements, with swifter and extra strong electronic desktops, and novel information processing methods.
This most recent evaluate of the subject describes new thoughts built within the box of speckle metrology over the past decade, in addition to purposes to experimental mechanics, fabric technological know-how, optical checking out, and fringe analysis.

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5 more fringes compared to those obtained with the red laser. 21b shows a phase map obtained for green light for the same displacement field. 22a and b shows the phase maps for the same displacement field obtained by using the diffractive optical element instead of the conical mirror. As the figure shows, it can be noted that fringe amounts are the same for both. 14. 19, a similar optical arrangement can be built in order to integrate the diffractive optical element. 23. The light from a diode laser (L) is expanded by a plane concave lens (E).

Reprinted with permission from Ref. ) the scatterers in the coherence gate can therefore be separated from the others by 2D Fourier techniques, already commonly used in digital holography [6]. By repeating the measurement before and after the sample deformation, a phase difference map can then be computed that is proportional to the out-of-plane displacement component for the slice within the coherence gate. By varying the position of the translation stage, the coherence gate can be placed at different locations within the sample, thereby allowing the full 3D out-of-plane displacement field to be evaluated.

Then, the measurement module is taken off the universal base and replaced by the hole drilling module. A blind hole is drilled with a depth of about 2 mm. After waiting some seconds for the measurement region to cool down, a second set of phase-shifted speckle interferograms is acquired and a new phase distribution is calculated and stored. Finally, the wrapped phase difference map is evaluated and the continuous phase distribution is obtained by applying a flood-fill phase unwrapping algorithm [34].

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