NOC:Experimental Stress Analysis - An Overview


Lecture 1 - Introduction to Stress Analysis – Analytical and Numerical Approaches


Lecture 2 - Introduction to Stress Analysis - Experimental Approaches


Lecture 3 - Optical Methods Work as Optical Computers


Lecture 4 - Basic information provided by various experimental methods


Lecture 5 - Visual Appreciation of Field Information - Part 1


Lecture 6 - Visual Appreciation of Field Information - Part 2


Lecture 7 - Visual Appreciation of Field Information - Part 3


Lecture 8 - Visual Appreciation of Field Information - Part 4


Lecture 9 - Visual Appreciation of Field Information - Part 5


Lecture 10 - Completeness of a Numerical Solution


Lecture 11 - Principle of Strain Gauges


Lecture 12 - Overview of Strain Gauge Measurements


Lecture 13 - Elegance of Photoelasticity


Lecture 14 - Introduction to Photoelasticity


Lecture 15 - Different Polariscopes


Lecture 16 - Principles of Moiré


Lecture 17 - Introduction to Moiré


Lecture 18 - Introduction to Brittle Coatings


Lecture 19 - Introduction to Holography


Lecture 20 - Introduction to Hologram Interferometry


Lecture 21 - Introduction to Double exposure hologram interferometry


Lecture 22 - Introduction to Speckle Methods


Lecture 23 - Introduction to Speckle Interferometry Techniques


Lecture 24 - Introduction to TSA and DIC


Lecture 25 - Introduction to Caustics


Lecture 26 - Introduction to Coherent Gradient Sensor


Lecture 27 - Naming of Experimental Methods


Lecture 28 - Fringe Patterns - Richness of Qualitative Information


Lecture 29 - Key technologies that have influenced Experimental Mechanics


Lecture 30 - Multiscale analysis and trends in experimental mechanics


Lecture 31 - Selection of an experimental technique - Part 1


Lecture 32 - Selection of an experimental technique - Part 2