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Using of Ultrasonic Pulse Method for Prediction of Strenght of Blended Cements

Originální název

Using of Ultrasonic Pulse Method for Prediction of Strenght of Blended Cements

Anglický název

Using of Ultrasonic Pulse Method for Prediction of Strenght of Blended Cements

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

One of the ways how to rationalize the experimantal work is to put to use the non-destructive testing methods. In case of the strength testing of the various age cement specimens the usage of the ultrasonic pulse method appears to lead to decrease the necessary amount of tested samples. Application of this method requires fixed initial conditions like constant proportion of components, identical testing samples and constant sample's condition during the testing. The methodology of testing and also the calibration correlations for the compressive strenght or tensile bending strenght and propagation velocity of ultrasonic pulses, are mentioned in this paper.

Anglický abstrakt

One of the ways how to rationalize the experimantal work is to put to use the non-destructive testing methods. In case of the strength testing of the various age cement specimens the usage of the ultrasonic pulse method appears to lead to decrease the necessary amount of tested samples. Application of this method requires fixed initial conditions like constant proportion of components, identical testing samples and constant sample's condition during the testing. The methodology of testing and also the calibration correlations for the compressive strenght or tensile bending strenght and propagation velocity of ultrasonic pulses, are mentioned in this paper.

BibTex


@article{BUT45088,
  author="Jiří {Brožovský} and Petr {Martinec} and Ondřej {Matějka}",
  title="Using of Ultrasonic Pulse Method for Prediction of Strenght of Blended Cements",
  annote="One of the ways how to rationalize the experimantal work is to put to use the non-destructive testing methods. In case of the strength testing of the various age cement specimens the usage of the ultrasonic pulse method appears to lead to decrease the necessary amount of tested samples. Application of this method requires fixed initial conditions like constant proportion of components, identical testing samples and constant sample's condition during the testing. The methodology of testing and also the calibration correlations for the compressive strenght or tensile bending strenght and propagation velocity of ultrasonic pulses, are mentioned in this paper.",
  address="Ed. NDT.net by Rolf Diederichs. A private independent Publishing Company",
  chapter="45088",
  institution="Ed. NDT.net by Rolf Diederichs. A private independent Publishing Company",
  journal="The e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing",
  number="4",
  volume="12",
  year="2007",
  month="april",
  pages="117--122",
  publisher="Ed. NDT.net by Rolf Diederichs. A private independent Publishing Company",
  type="journal article - other"
}