Acoustic Entropy of the Materials in the Course of Degradation
AbstractWe report experimental observations on the evolution of acoustic entropy in the course of cyclic loading as degradation occurs due to fatigue. The measured entropy is a result of the materials’ microstructural changes that occur as degradation due to cyclic mechanical loading. Experimental results demonstrate that maximum acoustic entropy emanating from materials during the course of degradation remains similar. Experiments are shown for two different types of materials: Aluminum 6061 (a metallic alloy) and glass/epoxy (a composite laminate). The evolution of the acoustic entropy demonstrates a persistent trend over the course of degradation. View Full-Text
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Kahirdeh, A.; Khonsari, M.M. Acoustic Entropy of the Materials in the Course of Degradation. Entropy 2016, 18, 280.
Kahirdeh A, Khonsari MM. Acoustic Entropy of the Materials in the Course of Degradation. Entropy. 2016; 18(8):280.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kahirdeh, Ali; Khonsari, M. M. 2016. "Acoustic Entropy of the Materials in the Course of Degradation." Entropy 18, no. 8: 280.
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