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A sensitive optical polarimetric imaging technique for surface defects detection of aircraft turbine engines.

Giakos, G.C. and Fraiwan, L. and Patnekar, N. and Sumrain, S. and Mertzios, G.B. and Periyathamby, S. (2004) 'A sensitive optical polarimetric imaging technique for surface defects detection of aircraft turbine engines.', IEEE transactions on instrumentation and measurement., 53 (1). pp. 216-222.

Abstract

The design of an optical polarimetric imaging system, aimed to detect cracks or structural defects on the surface of rotating aircraft engine shafts, is presented: The experimental results, clearly indicate that high. signal-to-noise ratio signals can be obtained, so that it minimizes the use of processing techniques.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:High contrast resolution, High signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), Optical imaging, Polarimetry, Polarimetric detection.
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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TIM.2003.821497
Record Created:16 Dec 2011 12:50
Last Modified:17 Jan 2012 12:13

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