Abstract

The photoelastic, strain measurement, analogy and Lueder’s line methods of studying stress distributions are discussed in this paper. It is concluded that these methods make extensive use of optics and it is suggested that this interesting field be given some attention by the optical industry.

© 1929 Optical Society of America

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