A new technique for real-time contrast enhancement and phase control of fringes in additive stroboscopic TV-holography applied to out-of-plane vibration analysis and its implementation on a fibre-optic electronic speckle pattern interferometer (FOESPI) are presented. Synchronous stroboscopic illumination, firing two pulses per object vibration period, is combined with simultaneous inter-pulse (high frequency) and inter-frame (low frequency) phase modulation in the reference arm of the ESPI yielding a sequence of frames (interferograms) that are grabbed and processed in real-time. With this technique both speckle and fringe phases are independently controlled by means of the parameters of modulation enabling speckle contrast inversion, as required to enhance the visibility of fringes by sequential subtraction, as well as dynamic fringe phase shifting to solve peak-valley ambiguities. Copyright © 1996 Elsevier Science Ltd.
|Number of pages||20|
|Journal||Optics and Lasers in Engineering|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 1996|