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Full-field Thermoelasticity: A New Generation of an Optical Method Showing Directly the Effects Produced by Mechanical Strains

Michel Honlet
(mail@honlet.com)
Honlet Optical Systems GmbH
Pfaffenhofen, Germany
www.honlet.com
Bradley R. Boyce
(bboyce@stressphotonics.com)
Stress Photonics Inc.
Madison, Wisconsin, USA
www.stressphotonics.com
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1. Introduction

2. First Generation

3. New Generation

4. Practical Examples

5. State of the Art

6. Actual and Future Developments

7. Bibliography:

  1. B. Boyce and J. Lesniak, "Unique Applications of Thermoelastic Stress Analysis," Proc. SEM Annual Conf on Theoretical, and Experimental and Computational Mechanics, June 7-9, 1999, pp 853-855
  2. Boyce, B. R., Zuraski, P. D., and Miles, J., "Thermoelastic Stress Measurement on Bridge Loaded by Traffic", Proc. SEM Spring Conf. on Exper. Mech., Dearborn, 1993, 749-758
  3. Lesniak, J. R. and Boyce, B. R., "Thermoelastic Measurement Under Random Loading", Proceedings of the 1998 SEM Spring Conference on Experimental Mechanics, Houston, TX, June 1-3, 1998
  4. T. Sakagami et al, "Observing and Modeling the Onset of Widespread Fatigue Damage in Riveted Aircraft Structures," Proc. SEM Annual Conf on Theoretical, and Experimental and Computational Mechanics, June 7-9, 1999, pp 686-689, G. Horn, T. Mackin and P. Kurath, "Quantifying Machining Damage in Polymer Composites," Proc. SEM IX International Congress & Expo on Experimental Mechanics, Orlando, Florida, June 5-8, 2000, pp 88-91
  5. J.S. Grigg, J.M. Dulieu-Barton and R.A. Shenoi, "Validation of a Complex Composite Construction Using Thermoelastic Stress Analysis," Proc. SEM IX International Congress & Expo on Experimental Mechanics, Orlando, Florida, June 5-8, 2000, pp 355-358
  6. S.M. Shepard, J.R. Lhota, et al "Onward and inward: Extending the Limits of Thermographic NDE", Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 4020 (2000), Thermosense XXII, R.B. Dinwiddie, and D.H. LeMieux Editors

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