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Comparative Vacuum Monitoring: a New Method of In-Sity Real Time Crack Detection and Monitoring

Wishaw M, Barton DP
Structural Monitoring Systems Ltd., Perth,
Western Australia.
(www.smsystems.com.au).
Email: m.wishaw@smsystems.com.au

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Abstract:

INTRODUCTION

CRACK INITIATION MEASUREMENTS

CRACK PROPAGATION MEASUREMENTS

OTHER TESTING METHODOLOGIES

PERIODIC MONITORING OF ASSET INTEGRITY.

FUTURE DIRECTIONS

CONCLUSIONS

REFERENCES

  1. Sharp, P. K., Rowlands, D. E. and Clark, G. (August 1996) Evaluation of Innovative NDI Methods for Detection of Service Simulation Cracking, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Report DSTO-TR-0366
  2. Sharp, P. K. and Clark, G. (September 1996) Evaluation of the "Structural Integrity Monitor" on a Peened Aluminium Surface, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Report DSTO-DDP-0188
  3. Davey, K., Kristensen, P. E., Sharp, P. K. and Clark, G. (1997) Evaluation of an Innovative NDI Method for detection and Monitoring of Cracking, International Aerospace Congress - IAC97, Melbourne , Australia
  4. Sharp P.K. and Clark G. (submitted) Evaluation of A Novel NDE Technique for Surface Monitoring using Laboratory Fatigue Specimens, International Committee On Aeronautical Fatigue - ICAF 2001, Toulouse, France
  5. Wheatley G. and Davey K. (submitted) On the Early Detection of Fatigue Damage in Riveted Lap Joints, Fatigue Fract. Engng. Mater. Struct.

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