DigiPhoto is capable of exploiting the intensity information to extract both isoclinic (orientation of principal stress direction) and isochromatic (difference in principal stresses) parameters over the complete model domain using phase shifting techniques. The software can provide isochromatic and isoclinic results from three different phase shifting techniques. DigiPhoto can also handle a single image for various digital fringe thinning algorithms and for calibration of photoelastic materials.
◆Capability to unwrap isoclinic data using various quality parameters with single as well as multiple seed points
◆Smoothing module to smooth isoclinic and isochromatic data
◆Post-processing module to plot and export results that are compatible with Excel and Matlab
◆Simulation module to simulate the isochromatics and isoclinics for benchmark problems
◆Result visualization module with versatile result viewing capabilities
IITM Releases State of the Art Software for Photoelastic analysis and Simulation The recent years in science and engineering has seen a resurgence in the use of photoelasticity in diverse fields ranging from agricultural applications to locomotion of organisms to mitigating stresses or identifying defects in 3D electronics. Novel applications in bi...