By Boresi A.P., Schmidt R.J.
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B -Scheme of the Arrangement for Recording Isoclinic Fringe Patterns. The isopachics pattern, obtained by double expos~ re (the third beforementioned prototype hologram) is the result of the change in optical thickness of the model due to applied external load. It is important to note here that only the change in optical thickness that occurs between the two exposures is recorded. Hence, no restrictions are placed on the model, such as flatness or paralel faces (what is, however, very important in classical interferometry).
A ttpical holographic polariscope equipment, as a Fig. 6 Typical Equipment APPangement a - LaseP; b - Model and Loading Device; c - Holographic Plate; d - Beam SplitteP; e - Mirror; f - Lenses; g - Pinhole and Positioning Device for Spatial FiltePing; h - Light Diffuser and Polarizer; i - PolaPizing Element for RefePence Beam; j - Object Beam; k - RefePence Beam. ~ 29 , is presented in Fig. 6. The standard classical polariscope consists of light source, polarizer and analyzer which have their specific functions: the first, to produce light of specific state of polarization, and the second to act upon this light to produce the desired intensity variations.
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