Digital Image Correlation and Fracture: An Advanced Technique for Estimating Stress Intensity Factors of 2D and 3D Cracks

Abstract : Digital image correlation is a measurement technique that allows one to retrieve displacement ¯elds \separating" two digital images of the same sample at di®erent stages of loading. Because of its remarkable sensitivity, it is not only possible to detect cracks with sub-pixel opening, which would not be visible, but also to provide accurate estimates of stress intensity factors. For this purpose suitable tools have been devised to minimize the sensitivity to noise. Working with digital images allows the experimentalist to deal with a wide range of scales from atomistic to geophysical one with the same tools. Various examples are shown at di®erent scales, as well as some recent extensions to three dimensional cracks based on X-ray Computed micro-tomographic images.
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Stéphane Roux, Julien Réthoré, François Hild. Digital Image Correlation and Fracture: An Advanced Technique for Estimating Stress Intensity Factors of 2D and 3D Cracks. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, IOP Publishing, 2009, 42, 214004 (21pp). ⟨hal-00381646⟩

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