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Acoustic Method based Diagniostics of Ceramic Tiles Structure Integrity

Originální název

Acoustic Method based Diagniostics of Ceramic Tiles Structure Integrity

Anglický název

Acoustic Method based Diagniostics of Ceramic Tiles Structure Integrity

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en

Originální abstrakt

Steady progress in building industry material technology and design methods requires new methods of non-destructive assessment, for ascertaining the material quality and safe application. The want of applicable non-destructive methods for inhomogeneous material and intricate shape body defectoscopy, which is typical of the building industry, is still persisting. The application potential of classical acoustic methods to complicated-shape bodies, to inhomogeneous materials and to the detection of small-sized cracks and defects distributed throughout the bulk, is rather limited. This is why a great attention is paid to the design and testing of new non-destructive methods meeting the above mentioned requirements. The paper compares the results of the ceramic tile structure integrity diagnostics obtained by the non-linear ultrasonic spectroscopy method and the Impact - Echo method.

Anglický abstrakt

Steady progress in building industry material technology and design methods requires new methods of non-destructive assessment, for ascertaining the material quality and safe application. The want of applicable non-destructive methods for inhomogeneous material and intricate shape body defectoscopy, which is typical of the building industry, is still persisting. The application potential of classical acoustic methods to complicated-shape bodies, to inhomogeneous materials and to the detection of small-sized cracks and defects distributed throughout the bulk, is rather limited. This is why a great attention is paid to the design and testing of new non-destructive methods meeting the above mentioned requirements. The paper compares the results of the ceramic tile structure integrity diagnostics obtained by the non-linear ultrasonic spectroscopy method and the Impact - Echo method.

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@inproceedings{BUT21289,
  author="Michal {Matysík} and Marta {Kořenská} and Monika {Manychová} and Luboš {Pazdera}",
  title="Acoustic Method based Diagniostics of Ceramic Tiles Structure Integrity",
  annote="Steady progress in building industry material technology and design methods requires new methods of non-destructive assessment, for ascertaining the material quality and safe application. The want of applicable non-destructive methods for inhomogeneous material and intricate shape body defectoscopy, which is typical of the building industry, is still persisting. The application potential of classical acoustic methods to complicated-shape bodies, to inhomogeneous materials and to the detection of small-sized cracks and defects distributed throughout the bulk, is rather limited. This is why a great attention is paid to the design and testing of new non-destructive methods meeting the above mentioned requirements. The paper compares the results of the ceramic tile structure integrity diagnostics obtained by the non-linear ultrasonic spectroscopy method and the Impact - Echo method.",
  address="Akademické nakladatelství Cerm, s.r.o. Brno",
  booktitle="Proceedings of Workshop NDT 2005",
  chapter="21289",
  edition="1",
  institution="Akademické nakladatelství Cerm, s.r.o. Brno",
  year="2005",
  month="november",
  pages="100--105",
  publisher="Akademické nakladatelství Cerm, s.r.o. Brno",
  type="conference paper"
}