2 edition of Forward looking innovations in electronic speckle pattern interferometry (ESPI) found in the catalog.
Forward looking innovations in electronic speckle pattern interferometry (ESPI)
P. C. Montgomery
Written in English
Thesis(Ph.D.) - Loughborough University of Technology 1987.
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curvature and twist , and vibration . Speckle inter9, - ferometry is often subdivided into two distinct techniques: electronic speckle pattern interferometry (ESPI) , also known as digital speckle pattern interferometry (DSPI) and TV-holography, and speckle shearing interferometry, or shearography . ESPI - Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry. Looking for abbreviations of ESPI? It is Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry. Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry listed as ESPI Electronic Standard Book Number; Electronic Standard Operating Procedure.
Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry (ESPI) and Digital Shearography have been shown to be of great value for the Non-destructive Evaluation of the integrity of materials and manufactured components. The NDT Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at File Size: 2MB. speckle interferometry A technique whereby the limit to the resolution of a telescope, imposed not by its design but by atmospheric turbulence (see seeing), may be considerably improved: factors of 50 have been reported.A typical stellar image has, at best, a diameter given by that of the diffraction-limited Airy disk; atmospheric turbulence however causes small continuous erratic movements in.
of electronic speckle pattern-correlation interferometry (ESPI) com-bined with a mechanical compression apparatus to measure the strain and Young’s modulus of root dentin compressed under water. We describe the optomechanical instrumentation, experimental tech-niques and procedures needed to measure cubes as small as 1 31 2Cited by: In our paper we have analyzed the application possibility of a modified version of speckle pattern interferometry: the adaptive speckle pattern interferometry (ASPI). The core of this technique is the using of the holographically reconstructed virtual images of reference waves. Using this solution an adaptive measuring system can be by: 1.
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Electronic speckle pattern interferometry (ESPI), also known as TV Holography, is a technique which uses laser light, together with video detection, recording and processing to visualise static and dynamic displacements of components with optically rough surfaces.
The visualisation is in the form of fringes on the image where each fringe normally represents a displacement of half a wavelength.
Introduction to Speckle Interferometry Techniques Experimental Stress Analysis – An Overview Mod Lec Hologram Interferometry, Speckle Methods. However, it has been during the last 15 years that ESPI, boosted by the availability of affordable and increasingly powerful digital image processing systems, has grown into one of the leading optical measurement techniques, receiving new names such as TV Cited by: Speckle imaging describes a range of high-resolution astronomical imaging techniques based on the analysis of large numbers of short exposures that freeze the variation of atmospheric turbulence.
They can be divided into the shift-and-add ("image stacking") method and the speckle interferometry methods. These techniques can dramatically increase the resolution of ground-based telescopes, but.
Pulse diagnosis is one of the four diagnostic methods of traditional Chinese medicine. However it suffers from the lack of objective and efficient detection method.
We propose a noncontact optical method to detect human wrist pulse, aiming at the precise determination of the temporal and spatial distributions of pulse. The method uses the spatial-carrier digital speckle pattern interferometry Cited by: 1. Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry (ESPI) is becoming a very common test and measurement tool among industrial users.
In its present form it rivals any current techniques for speed and ease of use. With improvements in image quality it has the potential to Cited by: Fringe Pattern Reference Beam Holographic Interferometry Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry Object Beam These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 1. Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry (ESPI) ESPI on the other hand, records the surface displacement of an object in response to the applied force.
ESPI can be used in arrangements where fringes will represent lines of either in-plane or out-of-plane displacement. "It is refreshing to read a book which includes the word 'basic' in the title, and which actually succeeds in keeping to the basics of the subject.
Hariharan has written a book which is an excellent introduction to interferometry of all sorts, and he has resisted the temptation to go into great by: The Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry (ESPI) method has been adapted for analyzing mechanical and thermal properties of thin metallic, polymer and.
Electronic Speckle Pattern interferometry (ESPI) is a non-destructive optical method for studying surface deformations. It relies on the interference between diffusely reflected light from the test object and a.
Speckle interferometry techniques for double-exposure measurements such as electronic speckle pattern in-terferometry (ESPI) which measure deformations and contours have been in use for about 15 years These techniques produce correlation fringes which corre-spond to the object movement between exposures or the object's shape.
Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry (ESPI) • Use TV system to record speckle instead of film • Gives real-time measurements • Minimum speckle size limited by camera resolution • Can perform computer analysis of speckle data Optics - James C. Wyant Chapter 18 Page 14 of 15 Block Diagram of Electronic Sequence of ESPI System.
An alternative to buying an electronic speckle pattern in-terferometer is to build one from discrete optical compo-nents. There are several of these in use, but the cost and difﬁculty of building one is often daunting.
We present a design for an electronic speckle pattern interferometer that can be built using items commonly found in an.
related. The list of acronyms and abbreviations related to ESPI - Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry. YANG L X, ETTEMEYER A. Strain measurement by three-dimensional electronic speckle pattern interferometry: potentials, limitations, and applications[J].
Optical Engineering, Cited by: What does ESPI stand for. ESPI stands for Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry. Suggest new definition. This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories: Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of ESPI. pattern. Speckle interference patterns need in any case a kind of further decoding step in order to become a source of useful information.
Thus, while ‘classical interferometry’ (CI) is the unanimously accepted designation for smooth wave interferometry, it could be natural to term ‘SI’ all types of interferences involving speckle Size: KB. Digital Speckle Pattern Interferometry (DSPI) is the generic name for a class of important interferometric techniques such as TV holography, electronic holography or phase shifting pattern interferometry, all of which involve similar optical and electronic : Pramod K.
Rastogi. Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry (ESPI) is a well-known application of the speckle effect. This is a phenomenon that occurs when coherent light strikes an optically rough surface. The incident light scatters in all directions from the surface and these scattered waves interfere and form an interference.
Vibration observation is a major application of digital speckle-pattern interferometry (DSPI), which is a variation on electronic speckle-pattern interferometry (ESPI).
DSPI processes speckle patterns in a computer rather than with a frame grabber and analog electronics as in by: Speckle patterns have high frequency phase data, which make it difficult to find the absolute phase of a single speckle pattern; however, the phase of the difference between two correlated speckle patterns can be determined.
This is done by applying phase-shifting techniques to speckle interferometry, which will quantitatively determine the phase of double-exposure speckle measurements.We derive the second-order oriented partial-differential equations (PDEs) for denoising in electronic-speckle-pattern interferometry fringe patterns from two points of view.
The first is based on variational methods, and the second is based on controlling diffusion direction. Our oriented PDE models make the diffusion along only the fringe orientation.