NDTnet - October 1996, Vol.1 No.10

THE RESONANCE METHOD - APPLICATION OF A NEW NONDESTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUE WHICH ENABLES THICKNFSS MEASUREMENTS AT REMOTE CONCRETE PARTS

Authors Christian U. Grosse, Hans W. Reinhardt

DIE RESONANZMETHODE - ANWENDUNG EINES NEUEN ZERSTÖRUNGSFREIEN PRÜFVERFAHRENS IM HINBLICK AUF DICKENMESSUNGEN AN SCHWER ZUGÄNGLICHEN BETONBAUTEILEN

LA METHODE DE RESONANCE - APPLICATION D'UNE NOUVELLE METHODE DE MESURE NON-DESTRUCTIVE PAR EGARD A MESURFS D'EPAISSEUR DES ELEMENTS EN BETON MAL ACCESSIBLES


SUMMARY

1. INTRODUCTION

2. PHYSICAL BACKGROUND

3. MEASUREMENT PARAMETERS AND INSTRUMENTATION

4.RESULTS

5. CONCLUSIONS

REFERENCES

  • Links to other WWW resources for concrete UT-Testing


    Authors

    Prof. Dr.-Ing. H.W. REINHARDT , born in 1939, studied Civil Engineering and made a thesis on photoelastic investigation of three-dimensional transient thermal stresses. Today he is Professor for Civil engineering materials at Stuttgart Univerity and Managing director of Otto-Graf-Institute (FMPA - Material Testing Research Institute) , Stuttgart, Germany.
    email: reinhardt@po.uni-stuttgart.de
    Dipl.-Geophys. C.U. GROSSE born in 1961, studied Geophysics at the University of Karlsruhe. Today he procceed on his thesis (Deadline for July 1996) and is a research member at the Institute of Construction Materials, University of Stuttgart, Germany.
    email: christian.grosse@po.uni-stuttgart.de
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