Abstract

Double-pulsed (image-plane) TV holograms of transient bending waves in plates are recorded on separate frames in a CCD camera. A small angular offset between the reference and object beams, giving a spatial-frequency bias to the recorded pattern, permits quantitative evaluation of the phase of the interference. The Fourier spectrum of the image exhibits distinct parts that can be filtered out and inverse transformed to yield the phase information. Three different apertures of the imaging system are tested: a single slit, a double slit, and a three-hole aperture. Spatial speckle averaging is possible in the cases of the double-slit and three-hole apertures.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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