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30 March 2000 Bayesian separation of Lamb wave signatures in laser ultrasonics
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Laser-based ultrasonic (LBU) measurement shows great promise for on-line monitoring of weld quality in tailor-welded blanks. Tailor-welded blanks are steel blanks made from plates of differing thickness and/or properties butt-welded together; they are used in automobile manufacturing to produce body, frame, and closure panels. LBU uses a pulsed laser to generate the ultrasound and a continuous wave laser interferometer to detect the ultrasound at the point of interrogation to perform ultrasonic inspection. LBU enables in-process measurements since there is no sensor contact or near-contact with the workpiece. The authors are using laser-generated plate waves to propagate from one plate into the weld nugget as a means of detecting defects.
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Stephen W. Kercel, Marvin B. Klein, and Bruno F. Pouet "Bayesian separation of Lamb wave signatures in laser ultrasonics", Proc. SPIE 4055, Applications and Science of Computational Intelligence III, (30 March 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.380588
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