Numerical Study of Rayleigh Wave Based Interfacial Debonding Detection between FRP Plate and Steel Beam
Abstract »This paper studied how to use the variation of the dispersion curves of Rayleigh wave group velocity to detect interfacial debonding damage between FRP plate and steel beam. Since FRP strengthened steel beam is two layers medium, Rayleigh wave velocity dispersion phenomenon will happen. The interface debonding damage of FRP strengthened steel beam have an obvious effect on the Rayleigh wave velocity dispersion curve. The paper first put forward average Euclidean distance and Angle separation degree to describe the relationship between the different dispersion curves. Numerical results indicate that there is a approximate linear mapping relationship between the average Euclidean distance of dispersion curves and the length of interfacial debonding damage.
Biography: got her PhD in Department of Civil Engineering of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2004. Research and Teaching Interests: Application of composites in civil engineering, Structural health monitoring in civil engineering, optical fiber sensors, construction material recycling, etc.\r\n
Affiliation: Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School 518055 Shenzhen ChinaLi, Bing-ChengLi, Bing-Cheng firstname.lastname@example.org
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