The invention advances the ratio method of phosphor thermography using two machine vision cameras for full-field temperature measurements of a solid surface. As an example, algorithms from digital image correlation (DIC) can be used to determine the stereoscopic imaging system intrinsic and extrinsic parameters, and accurately register material points on the sample to subpixel locations in each image with 0.07 px or better accuracy. A phosphor calibration sample fabricated using aerosol deposition can be used for in situ determination of the temperature-versus-intensity ratio relationship. The full calibration methodology and several improvements on two-color phosphor thermography open the door for full-field temperature measurements in dynamic tests with deforming test specimens. In particular, thermographic phosphors can be combined with stereo digital image correlation in a novel diagnostic, TP+DIC, to measure time-resolved full-field surface strains and temperatures simultaneously, thereby enabling testing in combined thermo-mechanical environments.
|Date Added to Site:||3/27/2023|
|Tech ID:||SD# 15911|
|Government Interests:||STATEMENT OF GOVERNMENT INTEREST This invention was made with Government support under Contract No. DE-NA0003525 awarded by the United States Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration. The Government has certain rights in the invention.|