By Helena Jin, Cesar Sciammarella, Sanichiro Yoshida, Luciano Lamberti
Advancement of Optical tools in Experimental Mechanics, quantity three: lawsuits of the 2014 Annual convention on Experimental and utilized Mechanics, the 3rd quantity of 8 from the convention, brings jointly contributions to this significant zone of study and engineering. the gathering provides early findings and case experiences on quite a lot of optical tools starting from conventional photoelasticity and interferometry to more moderen DIC and DVC strategies, and contains papers within the following common technical learn areas:
· complex optical equipment for frontier applications
· complicated optical interferometry
· Optical dimension platforms utilizing polarized light
· Optical tools for complex production
· electronic picture correlation
· Optical equipment on the micro/nano-scale
· third-dimensional imaging and volumetric correlation
· Imaging tools for thermomechanics applications
· Opto-acoustical equipment in experimental mechanics
· Optical measurements in hard environments
· Optical tools for inverse problems
· Advances in optical methods
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