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Noncontact Measurement Techniques for Model Correlation

@article{Avitabile2010NoncontactMT,
  title={Noncontact Measurement Techniques for Model Correlation},
  author={Peter Avitabile and Christopher Niezrecki and Mark N. Helfrick and Christopher Warren and Pawan Pingle},
  journal={Sound and Vibration},
  year={2010},
  volume={44},
  pages={8-13}
}
There are a variety of different noncontacting measurements that can typically be employed for developing modal test data. Digital image correlation, dynamic photogrammetry, and three dimensional (3D) laser vibrometry are all noncontacting measuring approaches that were used to obtain modal data for a candidate test structure along with traditional accelerometer measurements. Each approach has its benefits and drawbacks, so comparative measurements are made using these devices to show some of… 

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