Coming up in September 2022 - Training Course on In situ experiments and Digital Volume Correlation - DATE IN SEPTEMBER TO BE DETERMINED
|Starts:||09:00 1 Sep 2022|
|Ends:||09:00 1 Sep 2022|
|What is it:||Course|
|Organiser:||The University of Manchester at Harwell|
|How much:||Academics, students, postdocs, government: £400.00 + VAT. Industry: £800.00 + VAT|
|Who is it for:||University staff, External researchers, Adults, Current University students|
This course will take place in September 2022 - dates will be published soon.
Digital Volume Correlation (DVC) is a powerful experimental technique that computes 3D full-field displacement and strain maps from volumes images acquired during a deformation process of a material. DVC is the 3D extension of Digital Image Correlation (DIC) which was first described four decades ago. The emergence of DVC started early 2000s with the use of X-ray CT combined with in situ rigs to capture 3D morphological changes with time. Although the DVC algorithms are in spirit similar to DIC algorithms, DVC requires special attention and expertise from multiple fields (3D imaging, in situ testing, CT reconstruction, mechanics of materials, etc.) as the texture is not controlled (natural contrast brought by imaging) and the noise/CT artefacts are often dominating the accuracy/precision of the measurements. Adding the 4th dimension (3D + time) also means that data processing and visualization are key to extract the mechanical information hidden inside the 4D datasets.
The training is organised in two parts: theory (0.5 day) and computer-based practical works (1.5 day) using the XDigitalVolumeCorrelation extension in the Thermo Scientific™ Amira-Avizo Software 3D where two solutions are implemented (a classic subset based approach and a more robust global approach). At the end of the second day, the users are invited to practise on their own dataset with the help of the trainers.
Who should attend? Researchers working in the field of mechanics, physics, and materials science using 3D imaging techniques such as X-ray computed tomography who are interested to (i) compute 3D full-field displacements and strains for linking the microstructure to the mechanical/physical behaviour, (ii) use the DVC measured data to feed/validate finite element models. The attendees are requested to bring their own laptop to practise on the XDigitalVolumeCorrelation extension (free trial licence will be provided).
How to register: Please contact Sarah Batts if you wish to sign up for this course (email@example.com). Places are limited to 10 attendees per course.
Price: Academics, students, postdocs, government: £400.00 + VAT. Industry: £800.00 + VAT
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