In this paper, the effects of motion blur on 2-D digital image correlation (DIC) measurements are discussed, with a particular focus on the description of displacement measurement uncertainty. The research started with the simulation of motion blur with a suitable literature-based algorithm. Then the state of the art of uncertainty analysis in the context of DIC was compared with simulation results, and it was found that the effects of motion blur on uncertainty are not predicted correctly by the literature models. This phenomenon is explained by the fact that the literature models do not consider motion blur. Consequently, a simple monodimensional case is analyzed. In this way, it has been possible to evaluate the sensitivity of DIC correlation function [evaluated as the sum of squared differences (SSD)] to motion blur. Using these results, it is possible to extend the analysis to the case of a generic image with the help of a power-law model. Eventually, the model proposed in this paper is able to represent the effects of motion blur correctly.

A Displacement Uncertainty Model for 2-D DIC Measurement Under Motion Blur Conditions

Lavatelli, Alberto;Zappa, Emanuele
2017-01-01

Abstract

In this paper, the effects of motion blur on 2-D digital image correlation (DIC) measurements are discussed, with a particular focus on the description of displacement measurement uncertainty. The research started with the simulation of motion blur with a suitable literature-based algorithm. Then the state of the art of uncertainty analysis in the context of DIC was compared with simulation results, and it was found that the effects of motion blur on uncertainty are not predicted correctly by the literature models. This phenomenon is explained by the fact that the literature models do not consider motion blur. Consequently, a simple monodimensional case is analyzed. In this way, it has been possible to evaluate the sensitivity of DIC correlation function [evaluated as the sum of squared differences (SSD)] to motion blur. Using these results, it is possible to extend the analysis to the case of a generic image with the help of a power-law model. Eventually, the model proposed in this paper is able to represent the effects of motion blur correctly.
2017
2-D DIC; analytic model; digital image correlation (DIC); displacement uncertainty; motion blur; uncertainty analysis; Instrumentation; Electrical and Electronic Engineering
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