Evaluation of Electromagnetic Near-Field Measurement Technique as Non-Destructive Testing for Composite Structures

Hussein, A.R. and Albarody, T.M.B. and Yusoff, P.S.M.B.M. (2018) Evaluation of Electromagnetic Near-Field Measurement Technique as Non-Destructive Testing for Composite Structures. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 370 (1).

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Nowadays there is no viable non-destructive method that could detect flaws in complex composite products. Such a method could provide unique tools to allow engineers to minimize time consumption and cost during the evaluation of various product parameters without disturbing production. The latest research and development on propagation waves introduce micro, radio and millimetre waves as new potential non-destructive test methods for evaluation of mechanical flaws and prediction of failure in a product during production. This paper focuses on recent developments, usage, classification of electromagnetic waves under the range of radio frequency, millimetre and micro-waves. In addition, this paper reviews the application of propagation wave and proposed a new health monitoring technique based on Doppler Effect for vibration measurement in complex composite structures. Doppler Effect is influenced by dynamic behaviour of the composite structures and both are effect by flaws occurred inside the structure. Composite manufacturers, especially Aerospace industry are demanding these methods comprehensively inspect and evaluate the damages and defects in their products. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.

Item Type:Article
Impact Factor:cited By 0; Conference of 1st International Conference on Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, AeroMech 2017 ; Conference Date: 21 November 2017 Through 22 November 2017; Conference Code:137456
Uncontrolled Keywords:Aerospace industry; Composite structures; Doppler effect; Electromagnetic waves; Millimeter waves; Nondestructive examination; Structure (composition), Complex composite structures; Electromagnetic near fields; Health monitoring technique; Non destructive testing; Non-destructive test methods; Nondestructive methods; Prediction of failures; Research and development, Structural health monitoring
ID Code:20862
Deposited By: Ahmad Suhairi
Deposited On:26 Feb 2019 02:33
Last Modified:26 Feb 2019 02:33

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