Mapping Static and Dynamic Crack-Tip Deformations Using Reflection-Mode Digital Gradient Sensing: Applications to Mode-I and Mixed-Mode Fracture


The reflection-mode digital gradient sensing (rDGS) method is extended for visualizing and quantifying crack-tip deformations in solids under quasi-static and dynamic loading conditions. The r-DGS technique employs digital image correlation principles to quantify two orthogonal surface slopes simultaneously in specularly reflective solids by measuring small… (More)


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