Speckle Interferometry : A Review of the Principal Methods in Use for Experimental Mechanics Applications

@inproceedings{Jacquot2008SpeckleI,
  title={Speckle Interferometry : A Review of the Principal Methods in Use for Experimental Mechanics Applications},
  author={Pierre Jacquot},
  year={2008}
}
With its nearly 40 years of existence, speckle interferometry (SI) has become a complete technique, widely used in many branches of experimental mechanics. It is thus a challenging task to try to summarise in a couple of pages its principal characteristics from both theoretical and practical points of view. Admittedly, even though this goal is not met here, it appeared worth attempting to provide the photomechanics community with a discussion of the ins and outs of the technique. The necessity… CONTINUE READING

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