Emerging Technologies in Non Destructive Testing Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Study of the mechanical response of carbon Reinforced concrete beams using Non Destructive Techniques during a four-point bending test Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Experimental investigation of the fatigue behaviour of off-axis CFRP laminates using Non Destructive Techniques Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Composite materials are in practice subjected to fatigue loading, which most of the times happens to be multiaxial. This multiaxiality can for example appear in tubular specimens under combined tension/torsion loading or in cruciform specimens tested bi-axially. Due to the anisotropy that characterizes composite materials, multiaxial internal loads also occur even under simple uniaxial external loading. Therefore, it is preferable to use ...
Assessment of in-situ compressive concrete strength by means of various non/semi-destructive and destructive techniques Ghent University
Emerging Technologies in Non-Destructive Testing VI Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Compressed sensing mm-wave SAR for non-destructive testing applications using multiple weighted side information Vrije Universiteit Brussel
This work explores an innovative strategy for increasing the efficiency of compressed sensing applied on mm-wave SAR sensing using multiple weighted side information. The approach is tested on synthetic and on real non-destructive testing measurements performed on a 3D-printed object with defects while taking advantage of multiple previous SAR images of the object with different degrees of similarity. The tested algorithm attributes ...