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Evaluation of the use of laser ultrasonics for the rapid, noncontact inspection of concrete and asphalt Brocklehurst, FK et al

By: Brocklehurst, FKPublication details: Washington DC Strategic Highway Research Program, 1992; SHRP-ID/UFR-92-604, Description: 79 sSubject(s): Laser | Ultrasonic | Non destructive | | Voids | Air | Detection | Reinforced concrete | Bituminous mixture | Surveillance | USA | 51 | 52Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI P1388:604Location: Abstract: Researchers developed a laser system to detect voids, delaminations, and defects in asphalt and mesh reinforced concrete structures. The goals of the research were to discover whether laser systems could generate and receive ultrasound in concrete and asphalt, obtain the same information as conventional ultrasonic tests, and obtain more information than conventional tests.
Item type: Reports, conferences, monographs
Holdings: VTI P1388:604

Researchers developed a laser system to detect voids, delaminations, and defects in asphalt and mesh reinforced concrete structures. The goals of the research were to discover whether laser systems could generate and receive ultrasound in concrete and asphalt, obtain the same information as conventional ultrasonic tests, and obtain more information than conventional tests.

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