Optimization of acoustic source localization in large plates

Krzysztof Grabowski, Hayato Nakatani, Mateusz Gawronski, Pawel Packo, Wieslaw J. Staszewski, Tadeusz Uhl, Tribikram Kundu

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Abstract

Acoustic Emission (AE) is a phenomenon of great importance for structural health monitoring (SHM). One of important applications of AE in SHM is the localization of a source of acoustic energy in the structure. For certain types of structures and for large propagation distances where dispersion phenomenon is prominent, it is hard to estimate proper location of the damage. This paper discusses some aspects of AE source localization techniques. It is shown how an acoustic source in large plates can be localized using only six sensors and without apriori knowledge of any material pa- rameter, thus omitting the need of considering dispersion phenomena. The method is based on a predefined three-sensor setup, required to determine the Lamb wave propagation direction by detecting the angle at which the Lamb wave hits the array. As introduced in earlier works, the propagation direction of the Lamb wave is detected using arrival time differences between sensors, measured by correlating only the first dip and peak of the recorded signals. With another propagation direction detected by another sensor cluster the acoustic source can be localized as an intersection point of the two directions for planar structures. In this paper special orientation of the sensor cluster is suggested in order to apply the technique to a narrow plate. This modification enables to evaluate a wider area and avoid possible errors in detected propagation directions from some acoustic source locations. The method is compared with another source localization technique based on combined time-domain dispersion removal approach and localization. The dispersion removal technique reconstructs the source signal compensating distortions resulting from dispersion effects and transforms the time domain response directly into the distance one. Both methods are verified numerically and experimentally through artificial sources.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationStructural Health Monitoring 2015: System Reliability for Verification and Implementation - Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, IWSHM 2015
PublisherDEStech Publications
Pages1548-1555
Number of pages8
Volume2
ISBN (Print)9781605951119
StatePublished - 2015
Event10th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring: System Reliability for Verification and Implementation, IWSHM 2015 - Stanford, United States
Duration: Sep 1 2015Sep 3 2015

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Other10th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring: System Reliability for Verification and Implementation, IWSHM 2015
CountryUnited States
CityStanford
Period9/1/159/3/15

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Acoustics
Acoustic emissions
Surface waves
Sensors
Structural health monitoring
Signal distortion
Wave propagation
Health
Direction compound

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Science Applications
  • Health Information Management

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Grabowski, K., Nakatani, H., Gawronski, M., Packo, P., Staszewski, W. J., Uhl, T., & Kundu, T. (2015). Optimization of acoustic source localization in large plates. In Structural Health Monitoring 2015: System Reliability for Verification and Implementation - Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, IWSHM 2015 (Vol. 2, pp. 1548-1555). DEStech Publications.

Optimization of acoustic source localization in large plates. / Grabowski, Krzysztof; Nakatani, Hayato; Gawronski, Mateusz; Packo, Pawel; Staszewski, Wieslaw J.; Uhl, Tadeusz; Kundu, Tribikram.

Structural Health Monitoring 2015: System Reliability for Verification and Implementation - Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, IWSHM 2015. Vol. 2 DEStech Publications, 2015. p. 1548-1555.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Grabowski, K, Nakatani, H, Gawronski, M, Packo, P, Staszewski, WJ, Uhl, T & Kundu, T 2015, Optimization of acoustic source localization in large plates. in Structural Health Monitoring 2015: System Reliability for Verification and Implementation - Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, IWSHM 2015. vol. 2, DEStech Publications, pp. 1548-1555, 10th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring: System Reliability for Verification and Implementation, IWSHM 2015, Stanford, United States, 9/1/15.
Grabowski K, Nakatani H, Gawronski M, Packo P, Staszewski WJ, Uhl T et al. Optimization of acoustic source localization in large plates. In Structural Health Monitoring 2015: System Reliability for Verification and Implementation - Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, IWSHM 2015. Vol. 2. DEStech Publications. 2015. p. 1548-1555
Grabowski, Krzysztof ; Nakatani, Hayato ; Gawronski, Mateusz ; Packo, Pawel ; Staszewski, Wieslaw J. ; Uhl, Tadeusz ; Kundu, Tribikram. / Optimization of acoustic source localization in large plates. Structural Health Monitoring 2015: System Reliability for Verification and Implementation - Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, IWSHM 2015. Vol. 2 DEStech Publications, 2015. pp. 1548-1555
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