Photoelastic analysis of frozen stressed specimens using spectral-contents analysis
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The complete birefringence, or isochromatic fringe order, in stress-frozen photoelastic models has been found by measuring the spectral contents of idividual points. A calibration procedure is porposed. The effects of nonuniform birefringence and dispersion of birefringence are considered. The results are presented from the analysis of models of a plate with a central hole and a disk subject to three radial loads.
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