Acoustic Emission from a Growing Crack
Separation of crack growth signals is of fundamental importance for detecting, locating, and determining the significance of an internal flaw. The difficulty associated with modeling acoustic emission is not only in providing an accurate representation of the source mechanism, but also in determining the effect of the specimen geometry and the sensor on the acoustic emission signal.
KeywordsAcoustic Emission Dynamic Stress Acoustic Emission Signal Influence Function Crack Velocity
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