Measurement of Multiple-Site Cracking in Simulated Aircraft Panels Using AC Potential Drop / DA. Jablonski
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- Special Applications and Advanced Techniques for Crack Size Determination (1993 : Atlanta, Georgia)
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- Jablonski, DA., American Society for Testing and Materials, and ASTM International
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- The characterization of multiple-site damage by use of laboratory test specimens is an important precursor to the understanding of multiple-site damage in aging aircraft. As the number of damage sites in the laboratory specimen increases, it becomes more time-consuming to measure crack initiation and growth from the various sites. Typically the crack initiation and crack growth would be measured either visually or with a low-power microscope. This technique is accurate, but it is labor-intensive. To decrease the time necessary to obtain multiple-site crack growth rate data, an automated crack length measuring technique, AC potential drop, was investigated.
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- Volume 1995, Issue 1251 (January 1995)
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- 9780803153080 (e-ISBN)
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- Includes bibliographical references 7.
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