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7th International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing in Civil Engineering, 30 June - 3 July 2009, Nantes, France

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"University of Stuttgart" Search Results: 3 in Date '2009-07-01'      Search  
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Other Applications
Acoustic emission localization methods for large structures based on beamforming and array techniques
C. Grosse111
Material Testing and Research Institute (MPA) ; University of Stuttgart282, Stuttgart , Germany
Other Applications
Specification and Guidelines
DGZfP Merkblatt B11 - A guideline describing fundamentals and applications of the impact-echo method
M. Schickert141, J. Neiseck26, W. Brameshuber34, C. Colla415, C. Flohrer58, A. Gardai6, C. Grosse7111, M. Krause660, O. Kroggel811, M. Krüger719, M. Willmes96
1Materialforschungs- und -prüfanstalt (MFPA); Bauhaus-Universität Weimar64, Weimar, Germany
2Technical University of Dortmund (TU Dortmund) 37, Dortmund, Germany
3Institut für Bauforschung (ibac); RWTH Aachen University50, Aachen, Germany
4DISTART Department; University of Bologna52, Bologna, Italy
5Fachgebiet Baustoffe und Baustoffprüfung; HOCHTIEF Construction AG9, Mörfelden-Walldorf, Germany
6BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing1298, Berlin, Germany
7Material Testing and Research Institute (MPA); University of Stuttgart282, Stuttgart , Germany
8Department of Materials in Civil Engineering; Technische Hochschule (TU) Darmstadt20, Darmstadt, Germany
9Bilfinger + Berger Bauaktiengesellschaft7, Mannheim, Germany
Other Methods, impact-echo, velocity, calibration, civil engineering, concrete, delamination, thickness, standardisation, flaw detection, contour map
Specification and Guidelines
Structure Applications
Inspection techniques for wind turbine blades using ultrasound and sound wave
A. Jüngert18, C. Grosse111
Material Testing and Research Institute (MPA) ; University of Stuttgart282, Stuttgart , Germany
Ultrasonic Testing (UT), dry-coupling, turbine blade, wind turbine, flaw detection
Structure Applications
   
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