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Stress analysis using photoelasticity.© UPV

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Description of the fundamentals of photoelasticity and its application to experimental stress analysis, as an alternative to analytical and nunerical analyses. Autor: Giner Maravilla, Eugenio Universitat Politècnica de València - UPV Encuentra más vídeos docentes en nuestro canal http://www.youtube.com/user/valenciaupv Y consulta nuestras asignaturas libres OpenCourseWare en http://ocw.upv.es
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Saurabh Randhaye (1 month ago)
transparent material is necessary for the photoelastic experiment.But in the real scenario my model may not be transparent and stresses may be different than the photoelastic prototype. In such condition how can we design the prototype ??
Is a  transparent elastic materials is always necessary for the photo elastic experiments?
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RICHARD PENDLETON (2 years ago)
I have used photoelasticity to analyze electrical insulators on high voltage power lines. The research was very successful leading to a clear understanding of how the tensile load on the insulator was converted to a compressive column action on the brittle ceramic insulating material. Because of the coarseness of the fringe patterns it is not possible to get exact stresses but we were able to compute not only the shear stresses but principal stresses through the column. Later I worked with optical moire' developed by Dr. Danial Post. This can be used with non-homogeneous materials and also inelastic stress states.
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Serhiy Kapustyan (3 years ago)
What about the part 2?
TVCAD1 (3 years ago)
Very good! What about the part 2?
JR Shinkansen (7 years ago)
Muchas gracias mucho!

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