Digital Image Correlation: What it is and Common Pitfalls

Digital Image Correlation (DIC) is a non-contact, full field displacement optical measurement technique.

It is most often used in the following applications:

  • Material characterization (CTE, glass transition temperature, Young’s Modulus, Poisson’s Ratio)
  • Sample testing – fatigue and failure (in situ monitoring of displacements and strains)
  • Applications where displacement or deformation measurements are needed
  • High speed/frequency applications (i.e. crash testing, vibration)
Topic: Electronics Design, electronics failure, printed circuit board

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