Acoustic Emission and Modal Frequency Variation in Concrete Specimens under Four-Point Bending
AbstractThe Acoustic Emission (AE) and Dynamic Identification (DI) techniques were applied simultaneously, in an original way, to examine the stress dependent damage progress in pre-notched concrete beams tested in four-point bending. The damage mechanisms were characterized by analyzing the AE signals registered during the tests, conducted by increasing the specimen’s vertical deflection. In particular, the dominant fracture mode was identified, and correlations between dissipated and emitted energies were investigated. Moreover, variations in the natural bending frequencies, produced by the crack advancement under loading, were detected and put in relation with the cumulated AE energy. Two different types of piezoelectric (PZT) sensors, operating in well distinct frequency ranges, were used to measure AE and modal signals. This study may be of interest with an outlook on possible correlations between a multi-parameter structural monitoring and the solution of inverse problems by numerical models. View Full-Text
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Lacidogna, G.; Piana, G.; Carpinteri, A. Acoustic Emission and Modal Frequency Variation in Concrete Specimens under Four-Point Bending. Appl. Sci. 2017, 7, 339.
Lacidogna G, Piana G, Carpinteri A. Acoustic Emission and Modal Frequency Variation in Concrete Specimens under Four-Point Bending. Applied Sciences. 2017; 7(4):339.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lacidogna, Giuseppe; Piana, Gianfranco; Carpinteri, Alberto. 2017. "Acoustic Emission and Modal Frequency Variation in Concrete Specimens under Four-Point Bending." Appl. Sci. 7, no. 4: 339.
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