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Speckle pattern creation methods for two‐dimensional digital image correlation strain measurements applied to mechanical tensile tests up to 700°C

Abstract : The purpose of this study is to develop novel speckle pattern techniques for digital image correlation (DIC) kinematic measurements of mechanical tests at high temperatures, typically from 400 to 700°C. In this context, the speckle pattern should not only meet morphological criteria (size, density, distance) in order to improve spatial resolution, but it should also present a high contrast and resist high temperature and strain levels. To find a speckle pattern matching these specifications, a comparison was performed on six types of speckle made using different techniques. First, a computer-generated speckle pattern that meets DIC criteria was numerically designed to produce six types of speckle pattern. Next, the speckle patterns produced using these six techniques were compared in terms of speckle morphology, image quality and adherence to titanium alloy TA6V material at high temperatures. From 25 to 600°C, the speckle pattern made by the technique combining anodisation and laser engraving named M5 technique gave the best contrast (highest value of mean intensity gradient [MIG] and Shannon entropy value) and the adherence of 200% of strain measurements to the TA6V material. At 700°C, speckle image quality is considerably reduced due to oxidation of the titanium alloy, and this may not be suitable for DIC measurements. Only the speckles produced by painting in which the paint plays a protective role provide with a better speckle contrast compared with other techniques. However, these speckle patterns enable only a strain measurement of 22% by the DIC method. This article concludes with guidelines for producing a speckle pattern suitable for high-temperature mechanical tests.
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Linh Phuong Luong, Rébecca Bonnaire, Jean-Noël Périé, Quentin Sirvin, Luc Penazzi. Speckle pattern creation methods for two‐dimensional digital image correlation strain measurements applied to mechanical tensile tests up to 700°C. Strain, Wiley-Blackwell, In press, ⟨10.1111/str.12388⟩. ⟨hal-03244402⟩

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