Towards an image quality criterion to optimize Digital image correlation. Use of an analytical model to optimize acquisition conditions
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Digital image correlation (DIC) is expanding in many fields. In particular, it requires that the acquisition conditions and speckle be adapted to each application. A new methodology allowing to define the quality of the images in a fast and precise way is proposed. An analytical model based on mean intensity gradient of speckle pattern criterion and the standard deviation of displacement on images has been proposed. The model can be used on the whole image or by creating subsets in the image. Standard deviation maps of displacement are obtained. The methodology makes it possible to save a considerable amount of time compared to the full DIC calculation to optimize the image acquisition conditions, the speckle and the DIC parameters.
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