Abstract

Digital image correlation (DIC) is widely used in materials mechanics, nondestructive testing, and other fields due to its advantages of noncontact, full-field measurement, and simple experimental setup. As an optical measurement method to measure the three-dimensional shape and deformation of an object, measurement accuracy is one of the most important technical indicators of DIC. If DIC is made into a measuring instrument, the resolution is an important parameter that must be provided. In general, the higher the measurement accuracy of the instrument, the higher the resolution of the instrument. At present, the research on DIC focuses on the analysis of factors affecting measurement accuracy, the noise reduction of measurement results, and the improvement of correlation algorithms. There are few reports on the verification of the resolution of DIC measurement instruments. However, accuracy analysis and resolution verification of the measurement instrument is a vital technical task to ensure the credibility of the measurement data. In this paper, a high-precision dual-frequency laser interferometer principle is used to design a sensing device to verify the measurement resolution of the DIC instrument. The accuracy and resolution of the self-made stereo DIC instrument were tested and evaluated using this sensing device.

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