Publication :


Finite Element Stereo Digital Image Correlation: framework and mechanical regularization

Authors: J.-E. Pierré, J.-C. Passieux and J.-N. Périé
Year: mars 2017
Journal: Experimental Mechanics.
Volume: 53, Number: 7, Pages: 443-456

DOI: 10.1007/s11340-016-0246-y
HAL-CNRS: hal-01491444
Référencé ISI Web Of Science
Référencé Scopus

The use of Finite Element meshes in Digital Image Correlation (FE-DIC) is now widespread in experimental mechanics. Up to now FE have been much less used in Stereo-DIC. The first goal of this paper is to explain in details how to use FE in Stereo-DIC using a formulation in the physical coordinate system. More precisely, it is shown how to perform the calibration of possibly nonlinear models, shape and displacement measurement based on a FE mesh. In addition it is shown that with such a framework it is possible to regularise the measurement with a FE model based on the same mesh. For instance, using this technique, it is shown that it is possible to measure the rotation field of a bending plate in addition to its displacement.

Bibtex citation :
Author={Pierr\'e, J.-E. and Passieux, J.-C. and P\'eri\'e, J.-N.},
Title={Finite Element Stereo Digital Image Correlation: framework and mechanical regularization},
Journal={Experimental Mechanics},

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