Damage characterization using guided- wave linear arrays and image compounding techniques

@article{Higuti2010DamageCU,
  title={Damage characterization using guided- wave linear arrays and image compounding techniques},
  author={Ricardo Tokio Higuti and Ox0301scar Martix0301nez-Graullera and Carlos J Martix0301n and Alberto Octavio and Luis Elvira and Francisco Montero de Espinosa},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control},
  year={2010},
  volume={57}
}
In this work, a high-resolution imaging method for the inspection of isotropic plate-like structures using linear arrays and Lamb waves is proposed. The evaluation of these components is limited by the low dynamic range resulting from main lobe and side lobe field patterns, and from the narrowband nature of the Lamb waves. Based on a full matrix array, synthetic aperture technique using all emitter-receiver combinations, different images from the same object are obtained by using different… CONTINUE READING
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