Application of Holographic Interferometry to High Pressure Experiments
All high-pressure experimentation involves non-hydrostatic stresses. Even when the sample itself is in a hydrostatic environment, the sample vessel, the loading frame etc., are subject to nonhydrostatic stresses. When designing equipment or performing an experiment, it is often important to know the strain field resulting from the applied stresses.
KeywordsFringe Pattern Uniaxial Compression Test Optical Window Holographic Interferometry Leaf Spring
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