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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.
Optimization of electrode geometry and piezoelectric layer thickness of a deformable mirror
Kruchenko, Alexey ; Nováková, Kateřina ; Mokrý, Pavel
Deformable mirrors are the most commonly used wavefront correctors in adaptive optics systems. Nowadays, many applications of adaptive optics to astronomical telescopes, high power laser systems, and similar fast response optical devices require large diameter deformable mirrors with a fast response time and high actuator stroke. In order to satisfy such requirements, deformable mirrors based on piezoelectric layer composite structures have become a subject of intense scientific research during last two decades. In this paper, we present an optimization of several geometric parameters of a deformable mirror that consists of a nickel reflective layer deposited on top of a thin lead zirconate titanate (PZT) piezoelectric disk. Honeycomb structure of gold electrodes is deposited on the bottom of the PZT layer. The analysis of the optimal thickness ratio between the PZT and nickel layers is performed to get the maximum actuator stroke using the finite element method. The effect
Measurement of Vibration Mode Structure for Adaptive Vibration Suppression System by Digital Holography
Psota, Pavel ; Lédl, Vít ; Doleček, Roman ; Mokrý, P. ; Kopecký, V.
Previously the frequency-shifted digital holographic interferometry (FSDHI) for measurement of vibration amplitudes in range of nanometers was introduced and verified by authors [1,2]. The method FSDHI addressed some of the drawbacks of the conventional methods and was used mainly for piezoelectric transformer vibration amplitudes and mode structures measurement [3]. The limiting factor for application of this method is the maximal measured value of the vibration amplitude without the risk of ambiguity. The value is approximately 80nm for the frequency doubled Nd: YAG line. Since FSDHI enables us to precisely measure vibration amplitudes over the whole inspected area with very high lateral resolution, it could also be a very useful tool for measurement of vibration amplitudes and mode structures for research in the field of adaptive suppression systems. Such a measurement would provide a necessary feedback about the system behavior.This was the reason why we put an effort
Planar acoustic metamaterials with the active control of acoustic impedance using a piezoelectric composite actuator
Nováková, Kateřina ; Mokrý, P. ; Václavík, J. ; Marton, P. ; Cernik, M. ; Psota, Pavel ; Doleček, Roman ; Lédl, Vít
In the Paper, there are presented methods for a precise active control of the acoustic impedance of large planar structures, e.g glass plates or shells, by means of distributed flexible piezoelectric composite actuators which are connected to passive or active electronic shunt circuits. Design of tunable acoustic metamaterials is realized using Finite Element Method simulations and their acoustic properties are evaluated using acoustic transmission loss measurements. Static and dynamic displacements of the metamaterials produced by electric voltage are measured using Digital Holographic Interferometry. We believe that deep understanding of presented systems should result in future applications that improve the quality of everyday life.

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