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標題: 四分之一波板誤差對不同光彈相移法之影響比較與分析
The error analysis of quarter wave plate on different polarization shifting algorithm
作者: 粱華融
Liang, Hua-Jung
關鍵字: photoelasticity;光彈;error of quarter plate;phase shift methods;波板誤差;相移法
出版社: 機械工程學系所
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The accuracy of parameters from photoelasticity gauging is greatly influenced by the accuracy of retardation from quarter wave plate. In this paper, we use seven different types of phase shift methods to analyze the error; we then are able to control the degree of retardation error, which causes parameter error from photoelasticity, under quarter wave plate in different wavelength. We noticed that, under implementation of phase shifting methods, with more errors we retrieve from wave plates, greater differences from the principal stress angle to principal stress difference would reveal. For example, in six-step phase shifting technology which is proposal from Patterson when the wavelength error is ten degree and the principal stress angle is zero degree, with the difference of principal stress difference, the inaccuracy of principal stress angle can reach to its highest level as forty-five degrees. In percentile, the error extend is even more than a hundred presents. On the other perspective, when the principal stress difference is 0 degree or ±180°, with the difference of principal stress angle, its error can reach to its highest level as 30 degrees. With these examples, we can know that there is important relationship between wave plate errors and polarization shifting algorithm method.
其他識別: U0005-2308201119152600
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