Acoustic Emission Source Location Using a Distributed Feedback Fiber Laser Rosette
AbstractThis paper proposes an approach for acoustic emission (AE) source localization in a large marble stone using distributed feedback (DFB) fiber lasers. The aim of this study is to detect damage in structures such as those found in civil applications. The directional sensitivity of DFB fiber laser is investigated by calculating location coefficient using a method of digital signal analysis. In this, autocorrelation is used to extract the location coefficient from the periodic AE signal and wavelet packet energy is calculated to get the location coefficient of a burst AE source. Normalization is processed to eliminate the influence of distance and intensity of AE source. Then a new location algorithm based on the location coefficient is presented and tested to determine the location of AE source using a Delta (Δ) DFB fiber laser rosette configuration. The advantage of the proposed algorithm over the traditional methods based on fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) include the capability of: having higher strain resolution for AE detection and taking into account two different types of AE source for location. View Full-Text
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Huang, W.; Zhang, W.; Li, F. Acoustic Emission Source Location Using a Distributed Feedback Fiber Laser Rosette. Sensors 2013, 13, 14041-14054.
Huang W, Zhang W, Li F. Acoustic Emission Source Location Using a Distributed Feedback Fiber Laser Rosette. Sensors. 2013; 13(10):14041-14054.Chicago/Turabian Style
Huang, Wenzhu; Zhang, Wentao; Li, Fang. 2013. "Acoustic Emission Source Location Using a Distributed Feedback Fiber Laser Rosette." Sensors 13, no. 10: 14041-14054.