photoelastic

photoelastic

(ˌfəʊtəʊɪˈlæstɪk)
adj
(General Physics) physics displaying photoelasticity; of or relating to photoelasticity
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Topics of the 23 papers include failure propagation in adhesive joint under cyclic bending, different methods for determining delamination initiation, a photoelastic coating technique for car suspension failure analysis, fatigue crack growth rate in a 19th century puddle iron, and fatigue damage analysis of offshore structures using hot spot stress and notch strain approaches.
Mechanical and photoelastic analysis of conventional screws and cannulated screws for sagittal split osteotomy fixation: a comparative study.
Photoelastic model showed lower stress in periodontal tissue with self-ligating appliance as compared to conventional bracket system.15 Intra arch dimensional changes in both maxillary
In order to detect the ellipticity of the wave's state of polarization, the reflected light wave is monitored with the help of a photoelastic modulator (PEM) (with 50 kHz modulation frequency), used as a switchable [lambda]/2 wave-plate, a second polarizer (analyzer), and finally a monochromator with a detector.
Later, Cundall and Strack developed the BALL program for simulating two-dimensionally circular blocks of granular media and obtained results that were very consistent with experiments using photoelastic technology [52].
In (2), [lambda] is the initial wavelength of FBG, [[alpha].sub.f] is the thermal expansion coefficient, [xi] is the thermo-optical coefficient, and [P.sub.e] is the effective photoelastic coefficient.
Gonzalez, "Separation of Isoclinics And Isochromatics from Photoelastic Data with A Regularized Phase-Tracking Technique".
In recent years, therefore, some optical methods such as Moire interferometry [14], holographic method [15], photoelastic method [15, 16], and digital image correlation method [17] have been developed and employed in some fracture tests.
The injection molding of transparent polymers can induce a peculiar stress field that is clearly detected by photoelastic stress analysis [18,19].
Pellizzer et al., "Photoelastic analysis of implant-retained and conventional obturator prostheses with different attachment systems and soft relining," Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, vol.