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Paper Title: ASSESSMENT OF STRUCTURAL DURABILITY USING ULTRASONIC SENSORS
Authors Name: 1V. Maneesh , M. Mageswari , A. Aishwarya
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 5, May-2022
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Abstract: Early detection of a growing crack to prevent subsequent damage, predict remaining useful life, schedule maintenance, and reduce costly downtime are all major concerns in engineering structure. During structural health management and prognosis, Ultrasonic sensor system which is a non- destructive technique with potential applications is used for locating and monitoring the cracks. The focus of this paper is on monitoring the in-situ structural health. In the beginning, the crack propagates at a very slow rate. As a result, capturing such microscopic crack growth is extremely difficult. Of the various inspection techniques that have been used to document the growth of microcracks, only a few can provide useful information about microcracks. Detecting cracks is not only to measure the crack length and the crack growth rate of micro cracks but also to correlate the crack growth rate with the reason behind it. The costs correlated with the rising maintenance and monitoring needs of aging structures are increasing. The cost can be reduced by facilitating rapid and global assessments of structural integrity with the application of structural Health Monitoring (SHM) systems using distributed sensor networks. To quickly, routinely, and remotely monitor the integrity of a structure in service in-situ sensors can be used. This stand in need of certain structural health monitoring systems that can spontaneously process data, evaluate structural condition and signal the requirement of human intervention. Before catastrophic failures occurs, incipient damage can be detected using SHM system. It will be successful to monitor the structural health of a building, if we reduce the lifecycle cost of a building from construction to maintenance. In this proposed system, by the property of radio communication crack can be estimated. In this research, fundamental tests for the connection between crack width and the opposition of electrically conductive materials are carried out and possibility of usage of this technique is examined.
Keywords: NDT, SHM, in-situ sensors, radio communication
Cite Article: "ASSESSMENT OF STRUCTURAL DURABILITY USING ULTRASONIC SENSORS", International Journal of Novel Research and Development (www.ijnrd.org), ISSN:2456-4184, Vol.7, Issue 5, page no.711-714, May-2022, Available :http://www.ijnrd.org/papers/IJNRDA001103.pdf
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Country: CHENNAI, TIRUVALLUR, TAMIL NADU, India
Research Area: Civil Engineering 
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