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Structural Health Monitoring Using Guided Ultrasonic Waves

  • Wiesław J. Staszewski
Part of the Computational Methods in Applied Sciences book series (COMPUTMETHODS, volume 1)

Abstract

Maintenance of air, land and sea structures is an important engineering activity in a wide range of industries including transportation and Civil Engineering. Effective maintenance minimises not only the cost of ownership of structures but also improves safety and the perception of safety. Inspection for material/structural damage, such as fatigue cracks and corrosion in metallics or delamination in composites, is an essential part of maintenance.

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Ultrasonic Wave Nondestructive Test Acoustical Society Damage Detection Structural Health Monitoring 
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  • Wiesław J. Staszewski
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  1. 1.Department of Mechanical EngineeringSheffield UniversitySheffieldUK

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