QUANTIFICATION OF THE 'TAPPING' TECHNIQUE FOR THE DETECTION OF EDGE DEFECTS IN LAMINATED PLATES.

Vernal H. Kenner, George H. Staab, Hung-Sying Jing

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Abstract

A miniature piezoelectric transducer has been used to sense both details of the loading history and features of the ringing response in tapping tests conducted on bonded aluminum and graphite/epoxy plates containing artificial flaws. Either the loading or the ringing phase of the resulting output records exhibits significant differences for loading occurring over, as opposed to off, the flaw. When the data are examined in the frequency domain, it is found that major details are beyond the audible range of frequencies.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationASTM Special Technical Publication
EditorsW.S. Johnson
PublisherASTM
Pages465-480
Number of pages16
ISBN (Print)0803104146
Publication statusPublished - 1985

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Kenner, V. H., Staab, G. H., & Jing, H-S. (1985). QUANTIFICATION OF THE 'TAPPING' TECHNIQUE FOR THE DETECTION OF EDGE DEFECTS IN LAMINATED PLATES. In W. S. Johnson (Ed.), ASTM Special Technical Publication (pp. 465-480). ASTM.
Kenner, Vernal H. ; Staab, George H. ; Jing, Hung-Sying. / QUANTIFICATION OF THE 'TAPPING' TECHNIQUE FOR THE DETECTION OF EDGE DEFECTS IN LAMINATED PLATES. ASTM Special Technical Publication. editor / W.S. Johnson. ASTM, 1985. pp. 465-480
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