Publication detail

Study of crack behaviour during mechanical stressing of composite materials

KOKTAVÝ, B. KOKTAVÝ, P.

Original Title

Study of crack behaviour during mechanical stressing of composite materials

English Title

Study of crack behaviour during mechanical stressing of composite materials

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

The phenomenon of stochastic electromagnetic emission (EME) from solids is based on the generation of an electromagnetic field accompanying the mechanical excitation of the solids in question. This phenomenon may be triggered, for example, by external pressure, tensile force, bending, shearing, shocks, etc. Simultaneously with an EME signal an acoustic signal (AE) is generated

English abstract

The phenomenon of stochastic electromagnetic emission (EME) from solids is based on the generation of an electromagnetic field accompanying the mechanical excitation of the solids in question. This phenomenon may be triggered, for example, by external pressure, tensile force, bending, shearing, shocks, etc. Simultaneously with an EME signal an acoustic signal (AE) is generated

Keywords

Crack, Electric charge, Electromagnetic emission, Acoustic emission

Released

05.11.2007

Publisher

CNDT

Location

Praha

Pages from

A-7

Pages to

A-8

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT60660,
  author="Bohumil {Koktavý} and Pavel {Koktavý}",
  title="Study of crack behaviour during mechanical stressing of composite materials",
  annote="The phenomenon of stochastic electromagnetic emission (EME) from solids is based on the generation of an electromagnetic field accompanying the mechanical excitation of the solids in question. This phenomenon may be triggered, for example, by external pressure, tensile force, bending, shearing, shocks, etc. Simultaneously with an EME signal an acoustic signal (AE) is generated",
  address="CNDT",
  booktitle="NDT Welding Bulleting 3/2007",
  chapter="60660",
  institution="CNDT",
  year="2007",
  month="november",
  pages="A-7--A-8",
  publisher="CNDT",
  type="abstract"
}