18 May 2006 Contact-probe-based excitation method for mine detection: application on a VS1.6 Italian landmine
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Probe force and ground surface velocity measurements are obtained using laser Doppler vibrometry for one specific excitation contact point on the casing of the VS1.6 Antitank landmine for surface laid and buried scenarios. Probe contact force and ground velocity measurements were taken over a 1 KHz bandwidth (0 Hz to 1 KHz). Combined velocity magnitude and phase images are provided as laboratory results. The proposed excitation technique has the potential for significantly greater signal bandwidth and amplitude compared to remote acoustic and seismic excitation strategies.
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Steven S. Bishop, Steven S. Bishop, John A. Judge, John A. Judge, Joseph F. Vignola, Joseph F. Vignola, Christopher M. Smith, Christopher M. Smith, Tung-Huei Chen, Tung-Huei Chen, Panagiotis Tsolpelas, Panagiotis Tsolpelas, } "Contact-probe-based excitation method for mine detection: application on a VS1.6 Italian landmine", Proc. SPIE 6217, Detection and Remediation Technologies for Mines and Minelike Targets XI, 62171A (18 May 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.672916; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.672916
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