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"University of Illinois" Search Results: 14
Title / Author(s) / Keywords Publication Date
Evaluation of Low-Temperature Cracking Performance of Asphalt Pavements Using Acoustic Emission: A Review
B. Behnia2, W. Buttlar3, H. Reis4
aDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering bDepartment of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering; University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
acoustic emission, thermal cracking, asphalt pavements, embrittlement temperatures, recycled asphalt pavements, recycled asphalt shingles, cooling cycles

 
NDT.net Review
Session: Applied Sciences (MDPI)
2018-09
Quantitative Evaluation of Rejuvenators to Restore Embrittlement Temperatures in Oxidized Asphalt Mixtures using Acoustic Emission
Z. Sun, N. Farace, B. Behnia2, W. Buttlar3, H. Reis4
aDepartment of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering bDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering; University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
Asphalt concrete, oven-aging, embrittlement temperatures, asphalt binder, rejuvenator

 
Journal-AE
Session: Volume 32, 2014
2016-05
Application of Micro-Electro-Mechanical Sensors Contactless NDT of Concrete Structures
S. Ham, J. Popovics9
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
air-coupled, impact-echo, MEMS, ultrasound

 
NDT.net Review
Session: Sensors (MDPI)
2016-01
Reliable Monitoring of Leak in Gas Pipelines Using Acoustic Emission Method
D. Ozevi, H. Yalcinkaya
University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
 
CSHM 2012
Session: Innovative reliable inspection and monitoring systems - chal...
2013-04
Recent developments in NDT and SHM in the United States
J. Popovics9
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
inverse problem, sensor, tomography, Corrosion, Non Linear Ultrasonic Spectroscopy
 
NDTCE 2009
Session: Keynote
2009-07
Developments in air-coupled contactless sensing for concrete
J. Popovics19, A. Gibson2, K. Hall1, S. Shin33
1Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
2Chased Technologies, Perth [Australia]
3Division of Safety Engineering; Pukyong National University4, Busan [South Korea]
Ultrasonic Testing (UT), air-coupled, acoustic imaging, ultrasonic tomography, image reconstruction, inverse problem
 
NDTCE 2009
Session: Non Contact Ultrasounds
2009-07
Application of MASW to characterize pavement top layers
S. Alzate-Diaz1, J. Popovics29
1Roy D. McQueen and Associates, Sterling, Virginia [USA]
2Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
Acoustic Emission (AE), Ultrasonic Testing (UT), surface wave, Accelerometer, civil engineering, pavement
 
NDTCE 2009
Session: Pavement
2009-07
Dielectric constant measurement of railroad ballast and application of STFT for GPR data analysis
Z. Leng, I. Al-Qadi3
University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
Electromagnetic Testing (ET), Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), time-frequency method, Short-time Fourier Transform, railway, Ballast Evaluation
 
NDTCE 2009
Session: Radar
2009-07
Corrosion monitoring of metals through magnetic sensing
J. Popovics9, G. Gallo, P. Chapman
aDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering bDepartment of Electrical and Computing Engineering; University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
Electromagnetic Testing (ET), GMR, sensor, Accelerated corrosion tests, magnetic, civil engineering, corrosion testing
 
NDTCE 2009
Session: Steel Corosion
2009-07
Assessment of low-temperature embrittlement of asphalt binders using an acoustic emission approach
A. Apeagyei, W. Buttlar3, H. Reis4
aCivil and Environmental Engineering bDepartment of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering; University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]

 
Misc NDT
Session: Insight Journal
2009-05
Attenuation of Picosecond Ultrasonic Pulses in a thin Silicon Wafer
B. Daly1, K. Kang2, D. Cahill2
1Department of Physics and Astronomy; Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY [USA]
2Department of Materials Science and Engineering; University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
Ultrasonic Testing (UT), attenuation, laser ultrasound, coherent acoustic phonons, Picosecond ultrasonics, pump-probe measurements, thin film, silicon
 
Laser-UT 2008
Session: Picosecond Ultrasonics
2008-10
Estimation of adhesive bond strength in laminated safety glass using guided mechanical waves: Part I. An energy velocity approach
S. Huo, H. Reis4
Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering; University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
Ultrasonic Testing (UT), attenuation, rayleigh wave, surface wave, phase velocity, plate waves, Transducer characterization, wave propagation, lamb wave, guided waves, energy velocity, mode shape, adhesive joint, ceramic, joint, Laminated safety glass, windshields, delamination, imperfect interfaces

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Misc NDT
Session: Insight Journal
2008-06
Railroad Ballast Fouling Detection Using Ground Penetrating Radar - A New Approach Based on Scattering from Voids
I. Al-Qadi13, J. Rudy2, J. Boyle3, E. Tutumluer4
1Virginia Tech Transportation Institute2, Blacksburg, VA [USA]
2GSSI2, North Salem [USA]
3Sperry Rail Service; CN, Danbury [USA]
4University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
Electromagnetic Testing (ET), microwave (GPR), GPR, Horn Antenna, Railway, Ballast Evaluation, Ballast Evaluation, Fouled Ballast

 
ECNDT 2006
Session: Railway
2006-11
Data for inspecting concrete using non-contact sensors
J. Popovics9, J. Zhu4
University of Illinois14, Urbana, IL, [USA]
Ultrasonic Testing (UT), air-coupled, non-contact, civil engineering, concrete

 
NDTCE 2003
Session: Sonic Methods
2003-10
   
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