By R.E. Green, N. Takeda, B.B. Djordjevic, T. Saito, T. Kishi
The papers released in those peer-reviewed court cases characterize the most recent advancements in nondestructive characterization of fabrics and have been awarded on the 10th foreign Symposium on Nondestructive Characterization of fabrics hung on June 26 - 30, 2000 in Karuizawa, Japan. The symposium used to be held at the same time with 3 different symposia and one workshop. This symposium is the 10th within the sequence that started in 1983 and have become a global assembly in 1986.The symposium begun with a Plenary Lecture entitled 'Application of Non-contact Ultrasonics to Nondestrctive Characterization of fabrics' by way of Professor R.E. eco-friendly, Jr. a variety of characterization tools have been offered on the symposium, together with ultrasonics, X-ray, eddy currents, laser, thermal wave, acoustic emission, optical fibers, optics, magnetics and ultrasonic microscope. skinny movies and coatings in addition to clever fabrics have been additionally emphasised during this symposium.
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12. The residual resistance after unloading increased with increasing applied maximum strain. This composite has an appropriate self-diagnosis function as a low-cost sensor to be embedded in concrete infrastructures. 400[ .... , ......... o,,j / / I " t " ...... 5 '_1 . . 50~ 0$10 o i 20 4o i _. 6o i 80 1oo time / min (a) Monotonic quasi-static loading test (b) Loading-unloading cycle test Fig. 12. Electrical resistance change in CPGFRP composites Impact Damage Monitoring of Composite Structures Using Integrated Acoustic Emission (AE) Sensor Network- Aerospatiale Matra An integrated AE network system is being developed for practical industrial use in aircraft structures .
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14). Fig. 13. Specimen and AE event generator Fig. 14. Interpolation and localization of impact 18 N. Takeda Due to lack of space, only titles are cited for three other research themes : (1) Integrated Global and Local Strain Measurement Using Distributed BOTDR (Brillouin Optical Time Domain Reflectmetry) and FBG Sensors- Mitsubishi Heavy Industries : Improvement of spatial resolution, temperature compensation and dynamic strain measurement are conducted. Integrated BOTDR and FBG strain measurement systems are being made for aerospace structures [ 18].
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