Damage localisation in composite and metallic structures using a structural neural system and simulated acoustic emissions

@inproceedings{Kirikera2007DamageLI,
  title={Damage localisation in composite and metallic structures using a structural neural system and simulated acoustic emissions},
  author={Goutham R. Kirikera and Vishal G. Shinde and Mark J. Schulz and Anindya Ghoshal and Mannur J. Sundaresan and Randall J. Allemang},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract Detecting and locating damage in structural components and joints that have high feature densities and complex geometry is a difficult problem in the field of structural health monitoring (SHM). Active propagation of diagnostic waves is one approach that is used to detect damage. But small cracks and damage are difficult to detect because they have a small effect on the propagating waves as compared to the effects the complex geometry itself which causes dispersion and reflection of… CONTINUE READING

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