State of the Art of Acoustic Emissions Applications
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2019) | Viewed by 5739
Interests: structural health monitoring (SHM); non-destructive evaluation (NDE); acoustic emission (AE); ultrasonic testing (UT); scattering; dispersion; attenuation; material evaluation; concrete
Interests: civil engineering materials; assessment of deterioration; NDT; sensors; AE; UT; FOS; tomography
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The 24th International Acoustic Emission Symposium (IAES 2018; http://www.iiiae.org/iaes24/index.html) will be held in Sapporo, Japan, 5-9 November, 2018. International Acoustic Emission Symposium (IAES) has been held biennially since 1972. This Symposium is more than 40-year-old, long history in Acoustic Emission (AE) field. The principal objective of the IAES is the interchange of global information on AE between many researchers and engineers. The Japan Society for Non-Destructive Inspection (JSNDI) has hosted the symposia. Topics to be discussed at IAES will cover all the areas of AE testing, including: Industries, Machine Engineering, Medical Science, Civil Engineering, Material Science, Geo-Resource Engineering, Signal Processing, Sensor System and so on. The special issue will be based on selected papers from the conference IAES24 of 2018, but it is open to all researchers active in the field, which are urged to submit their studies for publication into this specialized issue of the journal.
Topics of interest (among others) include:
- Signal- and parameter-based approaches for fracture monitoring
- Identification of fracture modes
- Innovative methodologies in AE (tomography, etc.)
- Monitoring of innovative materials
- AE for quality control of processes
- Combination of AE with other monitoring techniques
- Sensor technology and wireless systems
- AE for structural health monitoring
- Improvement in localization of sources
- Wave dispersion and waveguides
- Numerical simulations of acoustic wave propagation
Prof. Dr. Dimitrios G. Aggelis
Prof. Dr. Tomoki Shiotani
Dr. Yoshihiro Mizutani
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