Real Time Holographic Interferometry.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CALIF
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The thesis presents an introduction into holographic interferometry with its history and applications. Problems involved with recording, developing, and reconstructing real time holographic interferograms are presented. Reconstruction was accomplished using both a conventional camera and a movie camera. A flexible experimental arrangement was used which was applied to the problem of analyzing heat flow in a square enclosure. This problem was examined and some introductory information is presented. Author