The term photomechanics refers to the use of light to determine distributions of quantities such as stress, displacement, strain and temperature in experimental solid and fluid mechanics. This special issue on photomechanics, comprising seven papers, provides a representative cross section of some of the current activity in this field, to illustrate trends in the technique development as well as new areas of application.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
Pages263 - 263
CitationHUNTLEY, J., GROVES, R. and BHATTACHARYA, N., 2016. Editorial: photomechanics special issue. Strain, 52 (4), p.263.
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