ULTRASONIC PROCEDURES FOR INSPECTING COMPOSITE TUBES.

Joseph Lawrence Rose, J. M. Carson, D. J. Leidel

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Abstract

Tests reported in this study show that it is possible to locate flaw areas in a composite tube with both ultrasonic C-scan and ultrasonic spectroscopy procedures. The paper points out that frequency signatures obtained from ultrasonic spectroscopy can be useful in nondestructively evaluating composite materials. A theoretical sample problem is presented that demonstrates the sensitivity of the spectroscopy method in detecting pulse spreading. Experiments on two composite tubes are also presented to show the difference in frequency signatures that occurs when comparing flaw and no flaw areas in a structure.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)311-325
Number of pages15
JournalASTM Special Technical Publication
StatePublished - Jan 1 1972
EventASTM Spec Tech Publ 521 1973 - San Antonio, TX, USA
Duration: Apr 12 1972Apr 13 1972

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Ultrasonics
Spectroscopy
Defects
Composite materials
Experiments

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  • Engineering(all)

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Rose, J. L., Carson, J. M., & Leidel, D. J. (1972). ULTRASONIC PROCEDURES FOR INSPECTING COMPOSITE TUBES. ASTM Special Technical Publication, 311-325.
Rose, Joseph Lawrence ; Carson, J. M. ; Leidel, D. J. / ULTRASONIC PROCEDURES FOR INSPECTING COMPOSITE TUBES. In: ASTM Special Technical Publication. 1972 ; pp. 311-325.
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Rose, JL, Carson, JM & Leidel, DJ 1972, 'ULTRASONIC PROCEDURES FOR INSPECTING COMPOSITE TUBES.', ASTM Special Technical Publication, pp. 311-325.

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In: ASTM Special Technical Publication, 01.01.1972, p. 311-325.

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