High Speed Camera Based 3D Experimental Modal Analysis 2020-01-1569
High-speed camera systems in vibration measurements are typically limited to identifying motion perpendicular to the optical axis. Depth information, lost in the imaging process, can be recovered by using the recently introduced frequency domain triangulation and consequently full 3D deflection shapes can be obtained. This research presents the required theoretical background where the multiview image data is used for spatial small harmonic motion identification. Vibrations of an arbitrary-shaped specimen can be identified in the frequency domain using only a single, moving high-speed camera, extending the field-of-view of the established image-based vibration measurement methods. Real test cases are also presented.
Domen Gorjup, Janko Slavic, Miha Boltezar
University of Ljubljana
11th International Styrian Noise, Vibration & Harshness Congress: The European Automotive Noise Conference
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