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Damage detection in ACSR cables based on ultrasonic guided waves
ARTURO BALTAZAR HERREJON
RITO MIJAREZ CASTRO
JOSE TOMAS RAMIREZ NIÑO
JOAQUIN HECTOR RODRIGUEZ RODRIGUEZ
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28-May-2014
The use of ultrasonic guided waves is growing as a non-destructive testing technique of multi-wire cables used in civil engineering structures. Wave propagation characteristics in these types of structures have been challenging to investigate owing to the load-dependent inter-wire contact and the helical geometry of the peripheral wires. In this work, experiments of guided waves propagated in a 0.9m Aluminum Conductor Steel Reinforced (ACSR) cable were conducted employing two longitudinal piezoelectric transducers attached to the ends of the cable in a through transmission configuration.
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