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Non-Destructive Methods for the Localization of Woodworms via Acoustic Analysis

Original Title

Non-Destructive Methods for the Localization of Woodworms via Acoustic Analysis

Czech Title

Non-Destructive Methods for the Localization of Woodworms via Acoustic Analysis

Language

cs

Original Abstract

The problem of finding a suitable diagnostic procedure for the examination of structural elements has been closely analyzed in recent years. In this connection, the main material of interest is wood as a type of heterogeneous matter, and the diagnostic procedure is directed towards enabling prospective industrial application. A new diagnostic method based on X-ray imaging and acoustic electromagnetic waves has been proposed and tested. The X-ray technique utilizes the reduction of the imaging information into 2D planar projection; it allows us to represent clearly the rate of material damage through displaying the weighted damage rate.

Czech abstract

The problem of finding a suitable diagnostic procedure for the examination of structural elements has been closely analyzed in recent years. In this connection, the main material of interest is wood as a type of heterogeneous matter, and the diagnostic procedure is directed towards enabling prospective industrial application. A new diagnostic method based on X-ray imaging and acoustic electromagnetic waves has been proposed and tested. The X-ray technique utilizes the reduction of the imaging information into 2D planar projection; it allows us to represent clearly the rate of material damage through displaying the weighted damage rate.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT103035,
  author="Martin {Friedl} and Andrea {Nasswettrová} and Pavel {Šmíra} and Pavel {Fiala}",
  title="Non-Destructive Methods for the Localization of Woodworms via Acoustic Analysis",
  annote="The problem of finding a suitable diagnostic procedure for the examination of structural elements has been closely analyzed in recent years. In this connection, the main material of interest is wood as a type of heterogeneous matter, and the diagnostic procedure is directed towards enabling prospective industrial application. A new diagnostic method based on X-ray imaging and acoustic electromagnetic waves has been proposed and tested. The X-ray technique utilizes the reduction of the imaging information into 2D planar projection; it allows us to represent clearly the rate of material damage through displaying the weighted damage rate.",
  booktitle="Sanace a rekonstrukce staveb 2013",
  chapter="103035",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2013",
  month="november",
  pages="32--38",
  type="conference paper"
}