Thermally Induced Acoustic Emission in Damaged Composite Plates

  • John M. Liu
  • Paul M. Gammell

Abstract

Thermally induced acoustic emission (AE) in brittle materials like firebricks and ceramics has long been noticed in the materials industry. Indeed, it has been suggested that the characteristics of such “clicking” sound might be related to the thermal shock response of ceramics.1

Keywords

Acoustic Emission Thermal Cycle Acoustic Emission Signal Impact Damage Impact Site 
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References

  1. 1.
    G. C. Robinson, C. R. Reese, and E. A. La Roche, Jr., “Determination of Thermally Induced Acoustic Emission of Ceramics,” Ceramics Bulletin, 53:482 (1974).Google Scholar
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    N. Sato, T. Kurauchi, and O. Kamigaito, “Thermo-Acoustic Emission from a Damaged Composite,” SAMPE Journal, 23:48 (1987).Google Scholar
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    N. Sato, T. Kurauchi, and O. Kamigaito, “Detection of Damage in Composite Material by Thermo Acoustic Emission Measurement,” J. Composite Materials, 22:447 (1988).CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • John M. Liu
    • 1
  • Paul M. Gammell
    • 1
  1. 1.Materials Evaluation Branch (R34)Naval Surface Warfare CenterSilver SpringUSA

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