ARAMIS is an Optical Deformation and Strain Measurement System, which is an optical technique used to measure the deformation and strain of the surface of an object before and after loading. ARAMIS recognizes the surface structure of the measuring object in digital camera images and allocates coordinates to the image pixels. To enhance the image analysis, a random speckle pattern is applied using a spray paint.

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Keywords:

ARAMIS, Deformation, Strain, Optical


Measurements / Setups:

Optical Deformation and Strain Measurement System


Specifications:

Measurement area 1 to 300 mm
Deformation measurement in range 0.01 % - several 100 %
Material independent
Mobile system


Equipment:

Two CCD cameras
Stand to steady cameras
High performance PC system
ARAMIS v6, GOM Linux 7


Publications:

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Location:

Westhorst WH125


Research group:

Nonlinear Solid Mechanics


Contact:

Herman van Corbach