MD9: Optical Metrology for Finite Element Measurement
Optical metrology is the measurement method of choice because of great advantages over its mechanical progenitors. Composite manufacturers use the technology daily, but smaller companies greatly can benefit. ARAMIS 3D Digital Image Correlation is finite element measurement, and allows you to intuitively understand the material response of complex structures.
Attendees will learn:
Full-field, non-contact 3D shape, deformation and strain measurement in real-time, provides next-gen capabilities from materials, designs, structural tests, to manufacturing QA and field measurements.
Finite element measurements allow engineers to integrate the complex structures after the test or event, full understanding the effects on his designs.
This technology can rapidly study thermal expansion (ARAMIS Thermography) to vibration and shock, with cameras running up to 10M fps, from materials studies to manufacturing quality control.
Vibration studies simple and fast with one calibration and unlimited sensors, provides a paradigm shift in measurements. Direct FFT outputs in 3D space; full-field modal analysis, not seen since holography.