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ETM3


Course: Exp. Technique and Measuring Methods 3

Department/Abbreviation: SLO/ETM3

Year: 2018

Guarantee: 'prof. RNDr. Miroslav Hrabovský, DrSc.'

Annotation: The aim is to give students information about selected basic optical measuring methods, their principles and utilization. The course focuses on optical methods used in experimental and industrial practice.

Course review:
1. OPTICAL SPECKLE METROLOGY (PART 2) - Speckle photography (principle and applications). - Speckle correlation method (principle and applications). - Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry - ESPI, Sherography (principle and applications). - Techniques of correlograms and interferograms analysis (pixel and subpixel accuracy methods, phase unwrapping principle). 2. OPTICAL MEASURING METHODS IN EXPERIMENTAL PRACTICE - Photoelasticimetry (principle, properties of polarized light, double reflection - birefringence, typical applications). - Stereophotogrammetry (principle, basic relations, applications). - Digital Image Correlation (principle and applications). - Actual methods of flow visualisation of liquid and gaseous media: Laser Doppler Anemometry - LDA, Laser Induced Fluorescence - LIF (principles and applications). 3. EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN NONLINEAR AND QUANTUM OPTICS - Specifications of experiments in the science and in disciplines of nonlinear and quantum optics.