Abstract

We describe a double-pulse electronic-speckle-interferometry system. Two separate speckle patterns of an object being tested are recorded within a few microseconds with a CCD camera. Their two images are stored in a frame grabber. The fringes obtained from subtraction are quantitatively analyzed by the spatial-carrier phase-shift method. Using three directions of illumination and one direction of observation, one can record at the same time all the information necessary for the reconstruction of the three-dimensional deformation vector. Applications of this system for measuring the rotating objects are discussed for the case for which a derotator needs to be used. Experimental results are presented.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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