About This Project
Engineering structures have a damage monitoring system for safe and reliable performance. This project proposes an experimental and multiphysics simulation of a novel Acoustic Emission (AE) technique for damage monitoring in these structures. While the conventional methods do a delayed monitoring and use many actuators, AE monitoring gives the real-time damage information without any actuator. Thus, AE provides precise damage monitoring and saves the cost and power consumption of the actuators.
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