Deformation Analysis in Aluminium Magnesium Alloy Using Digital Image Correlation
Image processing is extensively used to examine surface deformations. Digital Image Correlation (DIC) detects two-dimensional subpixel displacements in two images to analyze deformations in geomechanical structures. In this study, the analysis is done on an aluminium-magnesium alloy. An optical microscope is used to capture the image, which is then processed and utilized to anticipate material deformation. To acquire findings of strain points on the material, the Ncorr application in the MATLAB environment is employed. . Strain graphs on the Exx, Exy, and Eyy axes, as well as U-displacement and V- displacement graphs, are generated to detect the deformation.