By Tadeusz Stepinski
Structural well-being tracking (SHM) is the interdisciplinary engineering box dedicated to the tracking and overview of structural wellbeing and fitness and integrity. SHM know-how integrates non-destructive evaluate suggestions utilizing distant sensing and clever fabrics to create clever self-monitoring constructions characterised via elevated reliability and lengthy lifestyles. Its functions are essentially platforms with serious calls for touching on functionality the place classical onsite evaluate is either tricky and expensive.
Advanced Structural harm Detection: From thought to Engineering Applications is written through educational specialists within the box and offers scholars, engineers and different technical experts with a finished evaluation of contemporary advancements in quite a few tracking suggestions and their purposes to SHM. Contributing to a space that is the topic of extensive learn and improvement, this booklet deals either theoretical rules and feasibility reports for a few SHM techniques.
- Takes a multidisciplinary strategy and offers a complete assessment of major SHM techniques
- Presents genuine case experiences and useful program of thoughts for harm detection in numerous types of structures
- Presents a few new/novel info processing algorithms
- Demonstrates genuine working prototypes
Advanced Structural harm Detection: From concept to Engineering Applications is a finished reference for researchers and engineers and is an invaluable resource of data for graduate scholars in mechanical and civil engineering
Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–15): Tadeusz Uhl, Tadeusz Stepinski and Wieslaw Staszewski
Chapter 2 Numerical Simulation of Elastic Wave Propagation (pages 17–56): Pawel Packo
Chapter three version Assisted likelihood of Detection in Structural wellbeing and fitness tracking (pages 57–72): Alberto Gallina, Pawel Packo and Lukasz Ambrozinski
Chapter four Nonlinear Acoustics (pages 73–107): Andrzej Klepka
Chapter five Piezocomposite Transducers for Guided Wavess (pages 109–139): Michal Manka, Mateusz Rosiek and Adam Martowicz
Chapter 6 Electromechanical Impedance technique (pages 141–176): Adam Martowicz and Mateusz Rosiek
Chapter 7 Beamforming of Guided Waves (pages 177–211): Lukasz Ambrozinski
Chapter eight Modal Filtering recommendations (pages 213–249): Krzysztof Mendrok
Chapter nine Vibrothermography (pages 251–277): Lukasz Pieczonka and Mariusz Szwedo
Chapter 10 Vision?Based tracking procedure (pages 279–320): Piotr Kohut and Krzysztof Holak
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Advanced Structural Damage Detection: From Theory to Engineering Applications by Tadeusz Stepinski