Predictive Guided Wave Models Through Sparse Modal Representations

@article{Harley2016PredictiveGW,
  title={Predictive Guided Wave Models Through Sparse Modal Representations},
  author={Joel B. Harley},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={2016},
  volume={104},
  pages={1604-1619}
}
Ultrasonic guided waves are an attractive tool for structural health monitoring due to their capability to rapidly assess large regions of a structure. Yet, most guided wave based methods for detecting, locating, and classifying structural damage rely on our ability to accurately predict guided wave behavior. Characterizing and predicting guided wave behavior is difficult, particularly in mechanically complex materials such as fiber-reinforced composites. In this paper, we address this… CONTINUE READING

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