Holographic Interferometry

  • R. Fehle
  • J. Klas
  • B. Vogel


Using holography the amplitude and phase distribution of wave fronts can be stored on a photographic plate. In order to take a hologram the object is illuminated by coherent light. The diffuse reflected light can be stored on the hologram and reconstructed by lighting up the hologram with the reference beam.


Test Section Reference Beam Photographic Plate Holographic Interferometry Local Heat Transfer Coefficient 
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  • R. Fehle
  • J. Klas
  • B. Vogel

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