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Large displacement and deformation measurement by frequency sweeping digital holography
Psota, P. ; Lédl, Vít ; Kaván, František ; Matoušek, O. ; Doleček, R.
Recently, a digital holographic method called Frequency Sweeping Digital Holography (FSDH) for high precision measurements of surface topography of mechanical parts has been introduced. The greatest advantage of the presented FSDH is the fact that the measurement is absolute. i.e. optical path difference is independently retrieved in every single pixel. This approach can therefore be used also for measurement of large displacements and deformation. FSDH is particularly suitable in cases where the common digital holographic methods fail due to e.g. 2π unambiguity problem or speckle decorrelation. Measurement method principles, setup details, an some features of the method are discussed.\n
Surface profilometry by digital holography
Psota, Pavel ; Lédl, Vít ; Kaván, František ; Matoušek, O. ; Mokrý, P.
This paper presents newly developed method for measurement of surface topography based on frequency scanning digital holography. Digital holography allows for direct computation of the phase field of the wavefront scattered by an object. A tuning of the light source optical frequency results in linear phase variation with respect to the optical frequency. Slope of the linear function in every single pixel corresponds to absolute measurement of optical path difference and thus topography map of the surface can be retrieved. Principle of this contactless method is introduced and experimentally verified. The method can be used for measurement of complex geometries of common manufacturing parts as well as for topography measurement of complex composite structures, and active acoustic metasurfaces.
Use of holography for surface measurement and characteriaztion
Kaván, František
This research focuses on the use of digital holography for measuring the shape of optical and other surfaces. For the first experiments, we used a standard double-wave holographic interferometry method. This served as a reference. However, the main focus is Frequency Sweeping Digital Holography (FSDH), or scanning digital holography, which utilizes fluently translatable DFB laser diodes. The accuracy of this method can be further improved by combining measurements from multiple wavelengths - multiple diodes. When combined, this method can achieve accuracy of up to 2 μm.
Collimator - test readiness review
Budasz, Jiří ; Kaván, František ; Kredba, Jan ; Lédl, Vít ; Mach, Marek ; Pleštil, Jan ; Psota, Pavel ; Steiger, Lukáš ; Tomka, David ; Václavík, Jan ; Veselý, Martin
This document describes the test procedure applicable to the overall functional test of the NEOSTED collimator.\nThe test to be performed according to this procedure are to demonstrate the compliance of the above item to the requirements specified in the applicable document as part of the overall verification program. The test results shall be collected in a Test Report.

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