Review on Structural Health Evaluation with Acoustic Emission
AbstractThis review introduces several areas of importance in acoustic emission (AE) technology, starting from signal attenuation. Signal loss is a critical issue in any large-scale AE monitoring, but few systematic studies have appeared. Information on damping and attenuation has been gathered from metal, polymer, and composite fields to provide a useful method for AE monitoring. This is followed by discussion on source location, bridge monitoring, sensing and signal processing, and pressure vessels and tanks, then special applications are briefly covered. Here, useful information and valuable sources are identified with short comments indicating their significance. It is hoped that readers note developments in areas outside of their own specialty for possible cross-fertilization. View Full-Text
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Ono, K. Review on Structural Health Evaluation with Acoustic Emission. Appl. Sci. 2018, 8, 958.
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Ono, Kanji. 2018. "Review on Structural Health Evaluation with Acoustic Emission." Appl. Sci. 8, no. 6: 958.
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