16 August 2001 Damage assessment in smart composite structures: the DAMASCOS program
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The DAMASCOS (DAMage Assessment in Smart COmposite Structures) project is a European Union funded program of work bringing together a number of academic and industrial partners throughout Europe. The aim of Damascos is to apply new ultrasonic detection and generation techniques integrated within the structure, together with advanced signal processing to realize damage assessment and ageing characterization in composite structures. This paper describes the background, experimental findings and future applications of the technology as the project moves into its final phase.
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S. Gareth Pierce, S. Gareth Pierce, Fengzhong Dong, Fengzhong Dong, Kathryn Atherton, Kathryn Atherton, Brian Culshaw, Brian Culshaw, Keith Worden, Keith Worden, Graeme Manson, Graeme Manson, Thomas Monnier, Thomas Monnier, Philippe Guy, Philippe Guy, Jean-Claude Baboux, Jean-Claude Baboux, J. Assad, J. Assad, Emmanuel Moulin, Emmanuel Moulin, Sebastien Grondel, Sebastien Grondel, Christophe Delebarre, Christophe Delebarre, V. Agostini, V. Agostini, Pier Paolo Delsanto, Pier Paolo Delsanto, I. Genesio, I. Genesio, E. Mino, E. Mino, Christian Boller, Christian Boller, } "Damage assessment in smart composite structures: the DAMASCOS program", Proc. SPIE 4327, Smart Structures and Materials 2001: Smart Structures and Integrated Systems, (16 August 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.436534; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.436534
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