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OPTICAL THEORY OF NONHOMOGENEOUS PHOTOELASTIC
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angle of rotation anisotropy application axial axis azimuth birefringent plate calculated characteristic angle characteristic parameters characteristic phase retardation coincide considered constant cos2 cross section cylindrical shell described dz dz elastic emergent light equations of photoelasticity Euler angles experimental data Figure frozen stress method hole incident light integral phase retardation integral Wertheim law integrated photoelasticity inverse problem investigating latter layer light ellipse light passes light ray light vector magnetic rotation magnetophotoelasticity method of characteristic middle surface Mueller matrix nomograph normal incidence optical anisotropy optical equations optical phenomena perpendicular photoelastic medium plane of polarization plane-polarized Poincare sphere point of entrance polariscope primary characteristic directions ray of light reflection polariscope secondary characteristic directions secondary principal directions secondary principal stress shear stress shells of revolution shown in Fig sin2 Stokes parameters stress concentration stress directions stress distribution stress resultants thickness three-dimensional photoelastic transformation unitary matrix values Verdet constant wavelength Wulff grid