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Viegas Ochôa De Carvalho, Pedro (author), Groves, R.M. (author), Benedictus, R. (author)
The successful utilization of guided wave-based structural health monitoring (SHM) for detailed quantitative diagnostic of damage in composite aircraft primary structures depends on the excitation frequency, geometry, and positioning of the piezoelectric transducers. This study proposes a novel methodology to consistently define those parameters...
journal article 2019
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Martinez, M.J. (author), Pant, S (author), Yanishevsky, M (author), Backman, D (author)
Structural health monitoring has focused on the use of computational models to capture the effect of crack-like discontinuities on the behaviour of acoustic-ultrasonic signals. However, few models have taken into account the effect of geometric complexity in combination with residual stresses generated during the fatigue crack growth (FCG)...
journal article 2017
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Lourens, E. (author), Fallais, D.J.M. (author)
For the monitoring of large structures where the loading is typically characterized by large uncertainties in temporal and/or spatial evolution, algorithms capable of estimating a set of response driving equivalent forces are strongly desired. In this context, several Kalman-type coupled input-state and coupled input-state-parameter filters...
conference paper 2017
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Groves, R.M. (author)
Fibre optic sensors can measure a range of physics and chemical parameters. Some of the more common fibre optic sensors are the fibre Bragg grating (FBG), the long period grating (LPG), the Fabry-Pérot Interferometer (FPI) and various distributed fibre optic sensors based on optical time-domain reflectometry (OTDR) and optical frequency domain...
conference paper 2017
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Loutas, T. (author), Eleftheroglou, N. (author)
The procedure of damage accumulation in composite materials, especially during fatigue loading, is a complex phenomenon which depends on a number of parameters such as ply orientation, material properties, geometrical non-linearities etc. Towards condition based health monitoring and decision making, the need not only for diagnostic but also for...
abstract 2016
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Schweckendiek, T. (author)
conference paper 2015
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Terwel, K.C. (author), Hanssen, R.F. (author), Waning, H (author)
Radar interferometry is a technique which can observe the earth’s surface during day and night time. It makes uses of thousands of pulses per second that are transmitted by satellites and reflected by the surface of, for instance, structures. By analyzing the data it is possible to measure displacements of the surface within millimeter precision...
conference paper 2015
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Veerman, R.P. (author), Koenders, E.A.B. (author)
For understanding the actual state of durability of concrete structures, it is important to know its response due to external loading. This response mainly depends on the actual structural and material properties of the structure, while loaded. Mechanical and chemical degradation are the main mechanisms that may affect these properties with time...
conference paper 2014
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Gagar, D. (author), Martinez, M.J. (author), Foote, P. (author)
The Acoustic Emission (AE) technique can be used to perform damage detection and localisation for structural health monitoring purposes. Implementation in aircraft structures however poses a significant challenge as its performance in terms of damage detection and localisation is not well understood when used with complex structural geometries...
journal article 2014
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Miao, S. (author), Veerman, R.P. (author), Koenders, E.A.B. (author), Knobbe, A. (author)
In the field of civil infrastructure, Structural Health Monitoring systems are implemented more and more frequently with the aim to safeguard the safety and service-life of structures such as bridges and tunnels. Changes in the integrity of the material and/or structural properties of this class of structures is known to adversely affect their...
conference paper 2013
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Grosse, C.U. (author), Van Tittelboom, K. (author), De Belie, N. (author)
To develop an appropriate method of self-healing for cementitious materials including the right composition and amount of suitable healing agents it is required to investigate the healing efficiency for certain material mixtures. While some researchers evaluate the regain in compressive strength by means of destructive load tests, this method is...
conference paper 2013
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Pahlavan, L. (author)
In order for the increased use of fiber-reinforced composite structures to be financially feasible, employment of reliable and economical systems to detect damage and evaluate structural integrity is necessary. This task has traditionally been performed using off-line non-destructive testing (NDT) techniques. Safety enhancement programs and cost...
doctoral thesis 2012
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