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Acoustic Emission Localization in Testing of Composite Structures

Originální název

Acoustic Emission Localization in Testing of Composite Structures

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Acoustic Emission Localization in Testing of Composite Structures

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en

Originální abstrakt

Acoustic emission (AE) is current trend of non-destructive monitoring methods. It suits perfectly for supporting of fatigue tests. The method is also applicable in monitoring of quasi-static tests. AE helps the engineers to understand the degradation process in the tested object and also keep track of the failures. This article offers an insight into the practical experience with acoustic emission. Tests of three different composite structures (wing, fuselage and hull panel) were chosen to illustrate the application of AE monitoring system during fatigue and quasi-static tests. These tests have shown that accuracy of localization is sufficient to identify damaged areas. Moreover, the system may offer an early warning of upcoming failure.

Anglický abstrakt

Acoustic emission (AE) is current trend of non-destructive monitoring methods. It suits perfectly for supporting of fatigue tests. The method is also applicable in monitoring of quasi-static tests. AE helps the engineers to understand the degradation process in the tested object and also keep track of the failures. This article offers an insight into the practical experience with acoustic emission. Tests of three different composite structures (wing, fuselage and hull panel) were chosen to illustrate the application of AE monitoring system during fatigue and quasi-static tests. These tests have shown that accuracy of localization is sufficient to identify damaged areas. Moreover, the system may offer an early warning of upcoming failure.

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@misc{BUT123885,
  author="Jakub {Cejpek} and Martin {Weis} and Jaroslav {Juračka}",
  title="Acoustic Emission Localization in Testing of Composite Structures",
  annote="Acoustic emission (AE) is current trend of non-destructive monitoring methods. It suits
perfectly for supporting of fatigue tests. The method is also applicable in monitoring of quasi-static
tests. AE helps the engineers to understand the degradation process in the tested object and also
keep track of the failures. This article offers an insight into the practical experience with acoustic
emission. Tests of three different composite structures (wing, fuselage and hull panel) were chosen
to illustrate the application of AE monitoring system during fatigue and quasi-static tests. These
tests have shown that accuracy of localization is sufficient to identify damaged areas. Moreover, the
system may offer an early warning of upcoming failure.",
  chapter="123885",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2015",
  month="may",
  type="lecture"
}