Interinstitutional project with Lehigh University: USA: Development of Novel Optical Methods for Defectoscopy of Polymer Films for Polygraphic and Packing Manufacturing


Project description:

Proposed non- destructive optic defectoscopy methods for polymer films: structural light, geometric moiré, speckle, photoelastic. A thin film defect has been analyzed. The eigenmodes are obtained when the surface of the films is defective and without defects. The stresses of defective films have been determined. Recommendations are made for controlling the non – destructive physical properties of the film during the manufacturing process.

Project funding:

Interinstitutional projects


Project results:

Together with USA researches, five articles were printed in international journals. Recommendations are made for controlling the non-destructive physical properties of the film during the manufacturing process.

Project coordinator: Kaunas University of Technology

Head:
Edmundas Kibirkštis

Duration:
2012 - 2018

Department:
Department of Production Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Design

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