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IUTAM Symposium on Advanced Optical Methods and Applications in Solid Mechanics : Solid Mechanics and Its Applications - Alexis Lagarde

IUTAM Symposium on Advanced Optical Methods and Applications in Solid Mechanics

Solid Mechanics and Its Applications

By: Alexis Lagarde (Editor)

Hardcover Published: January 2001
ISBN: 9780792366041
Number Of Pages: 664

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This Symposium deals with new or recently obtained results for the measurement of stresses or kinematics quantities in both static and dynamic applications. The emphasis was to show the efficiency of these optical methods in many topics of solid mechanics and the promise of an approach to thermomechanical problems. The presented papers reveal the extensive evolution of photomechanics. Numerical and experimental analysis are no longer concurrent but complementary. The result is a more effective approach, with increased accuracy, and full field solutions in real time. Finally, there are significant indications of a closer coupling of optical methods with material science including both macro and microscopic aspects of materials behaviour. The proceedings, which will be a useful tool for a scientific or an engineer reader, is presented in three parts: the methods, which are diverse, and present a conceptual character; the tools which are numerical, instrumental or purely optical, and bring new possibilities; and the applications in different fields of mechanics.

Static and dynamic strain measurement on a plane surface. Threedimensional photoelasticityp. 1
Phase measurement method for stress analysis from photoelastic datap. 17
Generalized phase-shifting method for measuring photoelastic fringe parameters and its applicationsp. 25
Interference blots in integrated fringe patternsp. 33
Visualisation of photoelastic fringes within three dimensional specimens using an optical slicing methodp. 41
Optical approaches of a photoelastic medium for theoretical and experimental study of the stresses in a three-dimensional specimenp. 49
An approach to general 3-D stress analysis by multidirectional scattered light techniquep. 57
Plotting of isochromatic and isostatic patterns of slice optically isolated in a three dimensional photoelastic modelp. 65
A study on stress freezing method based on time and temperature dependent photoviscoelastic behaviorsp. 73
The assessment of the T fracture parameter during creep relaxationp. 81
Temperature-insensitive moire interferometry: a quantitative investigationp. 91
Theory of moire fringe formation with an electron beamp. 99
A geometrical interpretation of the tensorial characterisations of finite strainsp. 109
Shape, surface and deformation measurement: scope and trendsp. 123
Optical measurement of strain on thin-film polysilicon tensile specimensp. 137
Residual stress measurement with optical strain rosettesp. 145
High speed local strain determination from grating diffractionp. 153
High speed measurement of discontinuous surface profilesp. 161
Transient stress analysis under low velocity impact by white light photoviscoelastic techniquep. 169
Speckle interferometryp. 177
Use of speckle interferometry under extreme thermal conditionsp. 191
Speckle interferometry improvements for applications in civil engineeringp. 199
Panoramic interferometryp. 213
Deformation measurement and analysis on related curved surfaces by holographyp. 227
Interference of fracture surfaces observed by means of optical methods for the cracks subjected to shear and compressionp. 235
Shearography in experimental mechanics and nondestructive testingp. 247
Vibration analysis by means of digital speckle pattern shearing interferometry (digital shearography)p. 263
Study of sub-interfacial quasi-static crack propagation using shearing interferometryp. 275
Some studies of thermomechanical behaviour of solid materials by infrared thermographyp. 283
Infrared thermography of thermomechanical couplings in solidsp. 297
Automated photoelasticity applied with thermoelasticity to real componentsp. 305
Experimental analysis of localization mechanisms in mild steels by infrared and speckle image processingp. 313
Hybrid stress analysis by construction of approximate analytical solutionp. 321
Hybridizing optical methods with analytical and computational techniques for stress analysisp. 333
Hybrid stress analysis with integrated photoelasticityp. 341
Digital image processing by phase shifting method using Fourier transformp. 349
Digital image comparator for experimental analysis of deformationsp. 363
Precise and robust phase measurement algorithmsp. 371
Holographic photorefractive images storage for applied metrology by interferometryp. 385
New generation of optical ultrasonic sensors adapted to industrial constraintsp. 401
Adaptive holographic interferometry using photorefractive recording media for fullfield optimal mapping of stress and deformation fieldsp. 409
Iterative algorithms: an alternative to holographyp. 415
Coherent images amplified by non linear optic waves mixingp. 429
Detection of flaws in materials by laser-ultrasonicsp. 437
An extension of holographic moire to micromechanicsp. 451
Stereolithography and micro-mechanicsp. 467
Interference displacement measurement of semiconductor pressure sensorp. 475
Moire interferometry analysis of fracturep. 483
The stress field around two parallel cracks in a finite geometry: a hybrid study combining high-density geometric moire and photoelasticity with the Westergaard approach and local collocation methodsp. 497
Solution of fracture problems by non-linear photoelastic methods under large elastic and plastic strainsp. 505
Applications of optical methods of stress analysis to study fracture phenomenap. 513
Active control of stress intensity factor K under mixed mode stress in the SMA-FECp. 521
High rate shear induced failure in solidsp. 531
Dynamic failure investigations in polymersp. 547
Subsonic and intersonic interfacial fracture: dynamic photoelastic investigationp. 555
Dynamic behaviour of interfacial crack tips in a wedge-shaped bimaterial specimen under impactp. 563
Measurement of crack tip opening displacement and full-field deformations during fracture of aerospace materials using 2D and 3D image correlation methodsp. 571
Coherent-optical study of crack propagation in polymer pipes after impactp. 581
Stress field measurement at bifurcation of fast propagating cracks by high-speed interferometryp. 587
Optical investigation of a connecting-rod big end bearing model under dynamic loadsp. 595
Application of infrared thermography for contact problemsp. 603
Application of geometric moire to the analysis of large deformation in three-dimensional modelsp. 611
The combination of speckle correlation and fringe projection for the measurement of dynamic 3-D deformations of airbag capsp. 619
Analysis of the degradation mechanisms in composite materials through a correlation technique in white lightp. 627
Progress in mechanics of materials by using laser speckle methodp. 635
Development of a stereoscopic optical strain measurement technique: application of maize rootsp. 643
Measurement of residual deformations induced by high temperature loadp. 651
conclusionp. 659
List of Authorsp. 663
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ISBN: 9780792366041
ISBN-10: 0792366042
Series: Solid Mechanics and Its Applications
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 664
Published: January 2001
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.66
Weight (kg): 1.13

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