Past Industrial and Interdisciplinary Workshops

8 May 2009
Inverse problems arise with regularity (sic!) in the context of our study of the deformation of solids, and its characterisation (in terms of diffraction and imaging) using radiation (neutrons and X-rays).<br /> <br /> I wish to introduce several examples where the advancement of inverse problem methods can make a significant impact on applicatins.<br /> <br /> 1. Inverse eigenstrain analysis of residual stress states<br /> <br /> 2. Strain tomography<br /> <br /> 3. Strain image correlation<br /> <br /> Depending on the time available, I may also mention (a) Rietveld refinement of diffraction patterns from polycrystalline aggregates, and<br /> (b) Laue pattern indexing and energy dispersive detection for single grain strain analysis.<br /> <br />
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