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Pulse-echo method for flaw detection in concrete
Nicholas J. Carino
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Gaithersburg, Md, Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||Nicholas J. Carino, Mary Sansalone.|
|Series||NBS technical note -- 1199.|
|Contributions||Sansalone, Mary., United States. National Bureau of Standards.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
Abstract. This practice covers a test procedure for measuring ultrasonic velocities in materials with conventional ultrasonic pulse echo flaw detection equipment in which results are displayed in an A-scan display, and describes a method whereby unknown ultrasonic velocities in a material sample are determined by comparative measurements using a reference material whose . the Ultrasonic pulse echo immersion technique to measure attenuation and an application of the same to particulate composites. The former consisted of testing the main assumptions adopted by the different approaches developed to carry out the attenuation coefficient measurement. The first assumption states that a perfectly.
Nicholas J. Carino. Retired. Contact. Laboratory and field studies of the impact–echo method for flaw detection in concrete. Article. Pulse-echo method for flaw detection in. MIRA Purpose. The MIRA Tomographer is a state-of-the-art instrument for creating a three-dimensional (3-D) representation (tomogram) of internal defects that may be present in a concrete element. MIRA is based on the ultrasonic pitch-catch method and uses an antenna composed of an array of dry point contact (DPC) transducers, which emit shear waves into the concrete.
One method growing in use to accomplish that purpose is pulse-echo non-destructive testing (NDT). Pulse-echo tests in concrete disclose the presence and location of discontinuities in the concrete, such as cracks, voids, honeycomb, sawdust, metal plates, and lack of . * Utilizes the pulse-echo method (ASTM D) for quick quality control of a large number of piles (concrete, bored, friction) * Designed to provide information regarding the length of .
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Pulse-echo method for flaw detection in concrete by Carino, Nicholas J.; Sansalone, Mary. Based on the current state of knowledge, the fol lowing research areas need to be Investigated If an efficient and re I lable system for flaw detection In concrete Is to be developed: 1.
If the pulse-echo technique Is to gain widespread acceptance, It will be necessary to standardize the key elements of the method. The basic principles of the pulse-echo method for the detection of internal flaws in concrete are presented.
As the heterogeneous nature of concrete poses problems not encountered in pulse-echo evaluation of metals, progress in this area of concrete nondestructive testing. Title: Laboratory Study of Flaw Detection in Concrete by the Pulse-Echo Method Author(s): Nicholas J. Carino Publication: Symposium Paper Volume: 82 Issue: Appears on pages(s): Keywords: concretes; deterioration; hardened concretes; nondestructive tests; ultrasonic tests; voids.
Date: 9/1/ Abstract: study was performed to eva Iuate the applicability of Cited by: A technique called the impact-echo method has been developed for flaw detection in concrete.
The technique is based on a simple concept using transient stress wave propagation. Mechanical impact is used to generate a short duration stress pulse which travels into the test object as P- and by: 4.
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inspection of concrete using the relevant NDT method; however, coverage is brief and does not present the whole range of NDT methods used for the NDT of concrete.
Concrete has become a very common construction material in most IAEA Member States and problems have occurred because of faulty construction practice. A need was therefore identified. Impact-echo is based on the use of transient stress waves generated by elastic impact. A diagram of the method is shown in Figure 2.
A short-duration mechanical impact, produced by tapping a small steel sphere against a concrete or masonry surface, is used to generate low-frequency stress waves that propagate into the structure and are reflected by flaws and/or external.
The impact-echo method is a technique for flaw detection in concrete. It is based on monitoring the surface motion resulting from a short-duration mechanical impact. For crack detection with the pulse-echo method, an appropriate Lamb-wave mode must be selected.
The Importance of High-Frequency Excitation Although the results shown above refer mainly to one frequency ( kHz), our wave propagation simulation efforts were performed for a variety of frequencies in the range 10– kHz. Pulse-echo methods (Radar Impact-Echo, Ultrasonic Impulse-echo) and simulation of wave propagation are applied for testing concrete specimens with metal ducts.
The results of non- destructive testing of the same specimens effectuated. An overview of ultrasonic pulse–echo and transmission techniques that can be used for flaw detection, localization of internal objects, and materials characterization is presented to provide information about the state of concrete structures.
The underlying physics of elastic wave propagation and imaging methods are by: 7. Figure shows the principle of the method in which an ultrasonic pulsed wave, The Pulse-Echo Method; Design and Performance of a Pulse-Echo Flaw Detector. In: Ultrasonic Testing of Materials. Springer, Berlin, : Josef Krautkrämer, Herbert Krautkrämer.
Flaw Detection Flaw detection is the process of identifying and sizing sub-surface defects in materials. One of the most common techniques to identify defects is ultrasonic inspection where sound waves, propagated through the material, are used to identify such anomalies.
Pulse Echo Method (2) - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt /.pptx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. pulse. Ultra Sonic Pulse Echo (MIRA) The Ultrasonic Shear-wave Tomography technique (MIRA) represents a revolutionary approach to concrete ultrasonics.
MIRA is an ultrasonic tomography device that can be used to diagnose subsurface concrete condition using an array of dry point contact (DPC) "touch-and-go" transducers (doesn't require surface.
The depth of penetration for flaw detection or measurement is superior to other NDT methods. Only single-sided access is needed when the pulse-echo technique is used. It is highly accurate in determining reflector position and estimating size and shape.
Minimal part preparation is required. Electronic equipment provides instantaneous results. Ultrasonic Methods of Non-Destructive Testing covers the basic principles and practices of ultrasonic testing, starting with the basic theory of vibration and propagation, design and properties and probes, and then proceeding to the principles and practice of the various ultrasonic techniques for different types of components and structures, both metallic and non-metallic.5/5.
Electrically conducting concrete, as provided by the addition of a short carbon fibers ( vol.%) to concrete, can function as smart structure material that allows non-destructive electrical probing for the monitoring of by: Ultrasonic Pulse Echo UPE is a method for non-destructive evaluation of concrete.
The output from the MIRA UPE testing equipment is shown on screen immediately after testing for on-site flaw detection. Application. PCTS Technicians are available to: Locate voids, honeycombing, hollow conduits, poorly grouted prestressing ducts, poor quality.
An alternative method to use the ultrasonic stress waves for assessing the integrity and quality of the concrete structure, without having access to opposite or adjacent faces of the concrete specimen, is to use the pulse–echo method.
Stress pulses are transmitted and received using single- and multi-point piezoelectric by: