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Software
Software
VEDDAC Software

VEDDAC software solutions are user-friendly and intuitive image analysis tools for performing displacement and strain analysis based on gray scale correlation (DIC, DVC).

VEDDAC processes images from a wide variety of image sources and image formats, uses intelligent evaluation algorithms for the highest possible measured resolution and offers display and export options for the measurement results that are adapted to the measurement task.

VEDDAC 7 and VEDDAC strain are part of our microDAC® measuring systems.

However, you can also purchase VEDDAC 7, VEDDAC strain and soon VEDDAC volume separately as software and use them to evaluate the images/image sequences of your experiments.

VEDDAC

VEDDAC is a universal and flexible software for the analysis of motion, deformation and surface changes on the basis of digital image correlation (DIC). With VEDDAC you can determine in-plane displacements as well as local strain fields on object surfaces and thus solve your measurement tasks and challenges in research, production and monitoring with highest accuracy and reliability.

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VEDDAC strain

VEDDAC strain is a universal and flexible software for determining strains and length changes under tensile and compressive loading.

Both longitudinal and transverse strain can be determined with maximum strain resolution without marking the specimen.

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VEDDAC volume

VEDDAC volume offers the possibility to use digital volume correlation to detect deformations and changes inside the material completely and non-destructively. The VEDDAC volume software is based on 3D volume correlation (DVC - digital volume correlation) of x-ray data. The measurement information consists of spacial displacement and strain fields inside the object.

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