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dc.contributor.authorRuiz, PD-
dc.contributor.author4th Micro and Nano Flows Conference (MNF2014)-
dc.identifier.citation4th Micro and Nano Flows Conference, University College London, UK, 7-10 September 2014, Editors CS König, TG Karayiannis and S. Balabanien_US
dc.descriptionThis paper was presented at the 4th Micro and Nano Flows Conference (MNF2014), which was held at University College, London, UK. The conference was organised by Brunel University and supported by the Italian Union of Thermofluiddynamics, IPEM, the Process Intensification Network, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the Heat Transfer Society, HEXAG - the Heat Exchange Action Group, and the Energy Institute, ASME Press, LCN London Centre for Nanotechnology, UCL University College London, UCL Engineering, the International NanoScience Community,
dc.description.abstractThis work is focused on optical methods that provide tomographic reconstructions of the structure of materials and tissues. Phase information can also be used to measure 3-D displacement and strain fields with interferometric sensitivity. Different approaches are presented, including recent developments in phase contrast wavelength scanning interferometry and a combination of optical coherence tomography and digital volume correlation to estimate elastic properties of synthetic phantoms and porcine corneas. Inversion algorithms based on finite elements and the Virtual Fields Method (VFM) are used to extract mechanical properties from the knowledge of the applied loads, geometry and measured deformation fields. Current efforts into extending these methods into single shot techniques have the potential of expanding the range of applications to study dynamic events such as micro-flows in engineering and biological systems in which scattering particles are transported in a flow, e.g. tribology, microfluidic devices, cell migration or multiphase flows.en_US
dc.publisherBrunel University Londonen_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesID 222-
dc.subjectDepth-resolved displacementsen_US
dc.subjectVolume strainen_US
dc.titleTowards the identification of spatially resolved mechanical properties in tissues and materials: State of the art, current challenges and opportunities in the field of flow measurementsen_US
dc.typeConference Paperen_US
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