8th European Workshop On Structural Health Monitoring (EWSHM 2016)
5-8 July 2016, Spain, Bilbao
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An experimental and computational study of Lamb wave scattering by edge delaminations around circular holes.
AuthorsNadarajah, Nithurshan*Nadarajah, Nithurshan*
In 2009, Nithurshan Nadaraj started studying an undergraduate course at Monash, in the field of Mechanical Engineering. The following four years he built the fundamentals of this field. Currently he is working on the use of Lamb waves for SHM purposes.
Mechanical and Aerospace
+61432623038Rose, L. R. Francis**Rose, L. R. Francis**
Dr Francis Rose is currently an Emeritus Research Leader in the Air Vehicles Division of DSTO, following his previous appointment as Chief Scientist at the Platform Sciences Laboratory, DSTO. He has contributed seminal work on crack bridging which now forms the basis for the design of bonded repairs to aircraft structures (known as the Rose model). His theory of transformation toughening in partially stabilised zirconia provided new insights into the trade-off between strength and toughness in this new class of high-toughness ceramics, for which he has received international acclaim. He has also contributed a comprehensive analysis of laser-generated ultrasound that has become a standard reference in the emerging field of laser ultrasonics, as well as an elegant theoretical model for eddy-current detection of cracks in thin sheets, and a novel approach to detecting multiple, but individually small, cracks, both of which have been confirmed experimentally. In 1995, he initiated and led a comprehensive research program in support of the structural integrity management of the RAAF F-111 fleet to a planned withdrawal date of 2020, with Australia as the sole operator of this aircraft type in the world. In 2008, he was awarded the prestigious A. G. M. Michell medal by the Institution of Engineers, Australia, for his research and professional contributions to Applied Mechanics.
Defense Science and Technology Organisation
AustraliaChiu, WingkongChiu, Wingkong
W.K. Chiu is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Monash University, Australia. Professor Chiu’s interests are in the fields of structural mechanics, structural health monitoring and advance composite structures. He has long-standing research collaborations with researchers from DSTO (Fishermens Bend) and various private and government agencies in Australia, USA, Singapore and Indonesia. He is a member of the Editorial Board of two International Journals - Polymers and Polymer Composites and the International Journal of Structural Health Monitoring. He has published more than 150 papers in Journals and International Conferences
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Thu 7. 15:00, C1
Session: Diagnostics and Prognostics for Damage Assesment
Title: Baseline-free fatigue crack imaging using nonlinear vibro-acoustic modulation
Wed 6. 11:20, A1
Session: SHM opportunities and applications for human sensing
Title: Healing Assessment of an Externally Fixated Fractured Femu
Wed 6. 15:40, A2
Session: Guided waves based methods for SHM-I
Title: An experimental study on the scattering of edge-guided waves by a small edge crack in an isotropic plate.