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D Any influence which contributes a violation of the degeneracy condition, ( 11) however, will result in spatial distinction between the fringes of H and H . Clearly, the birefringence of the specimen does a b just this, in a manner which is informed according to (8). ' = a 6• = fi· A A n 1. Application of Holography to Photoelasticity 44 The disturbance of 6~ by passage through the model results, then, in two distinct fringe systems in (8); thus two nearly identical, nearly superposed, mutually coherent images may be expected from the reconstruction process.
20} W. A. Gottenberg, "Some Applications of Holographic Interferometry", Exp. , 405-410, Sept. 1968.
Fig. 10 represents a schematic view of the arrangement for obtaining normal and oblique incidence stress pattern. These fringe patterns could be obtained from both real and virtual image, Some Recent Contributions and Speculations 51 and the angle of rotation may be selected at any position from a single hologram. , ' I I I - . lO- Arrangement for Obtaining Normal and Oblique Inaidenae Stress Pattern. Up to now we have considered the HI appara! ems. One advantage has been that the analysis is readily manag~ able.