マイクロ波長板アレイを有するCCDカメラを用いた位相シフト縞画像の同時撮影 [in Japanese] Simultaneous Acquisition of Phase-stepped Fringes Using a Pixelated Micro-retarder Array [in Japanese]
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This paper describes an instantaneous phase-stepping method for interferometry and two-dimensional photoelasticity. The camera that has a pixelated form-birefringent micro-retarder array acquires phase-stepped fringes in a single camera frame. Then, Stokes parameters that represent the state of polarization are calculated from a single image. In the case of the polarization interferometer, the phase difference of the two orthogonally polarized light beams can be easily determined from the Stokes parameters. On the other hand, the phase distributions of the isochromatics and the isoclinics are obtained in the case of the photoelasticity. It is emphasized that this method is applicable to the study of the mechanics of time-dependent materials because multiple exposures are unnecessary for sufficient data acquisition in the completion of data analysis.
- Proceedings of the Japan Society for Photoelasticity
Proceedings of the Japan Society for Photoelasticity 6(3), 275-281, 2006-09-25
The Japanese Society for Experimental Mechanics