DIGITAL IMAGE CORRELATION IN EXPERIMENTAL MECHANICAL ANALYSIS
Aleksandar Sedmak1, Miloš Milošević2, Nenad Mitrović2, Aleksandar Petrović1, Taško Maneski1
1)University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade, Serbia,
2)University of Belgrade, Innovation Centre of the Faculty of Mech. Engng., Belgrade, Serbia
Digital image correlation (DIC) is a powerful non-contact technique for measuring surface displacement/ strain fields. Some of the methods, focused on 2D analysis, are used for determining mechanical properties of specimens of simple geometric shape. More advanced 3D analysis can be used not only for specimens, but also for real objects of complex geometric shapes. Application of DIC technique in experimental mechanical analysis using software Aramis for 3D displacement/strain measurement is presented in this paper.
Keywords: digital image correlation, mechanical analysis, Aramis software