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Impact-echo

non-destructive evaluation of concrete and masonry

by Mary Sansalone

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Published by Bullbrier Press in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Concrete -- Testing.,
  • Nondestructive testing.,
  • Masonry -- Testing.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [317]-320) and index.

    StatementMary J. Sansalone, William B. Streett.
    ContributionsStreett, William B. 1932-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA440 .S26 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination339 p. :
    Number of Pages339
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL659963M
    ISBN 100961261064
    LC Control Number97005307

    Impact Echo System Applications. The Impact Echo System is used for measuring accurately the thickness or quality of concrete slabs without drilling cores or using similar destructive techniques. It can be used to locate delaminating and voids in concrete slabs and structures. First, run multiple impact-echo experiments and discard the first ones. Second, the size of the test specimen plays an important role in the signals. It is necessary to perform the impact-echo test at several points on the surface to identify possible geometrical effects. In summary, it is advisable to test first the variables that can affect.

    Impact Echo Introduction. PCTS use Olson Instruments NDE A CTS technician strikes the surface of a structural element with a tuned hammer (a steel ball of specific size) to produce a pressure wave (P-wave) pulse in the material of up to 90kHz that propagates into the structure and is reflected by internal discontinuities or external surfaces. Title / Author Type Language Date / Edition Publication; 1. Impact-echo: non-destructive evaluation of concrete and masonry: 1.

    The book also provides practical guidelines for field-testing. In the late s, NIST and Cornell cooperated on the development of a draft standard test method on the application of the impact-echo method. ASTM adopted the standard in [ASTM C ]. The early successes leading to the impact-echo method resulted from a combination of. Radar and impact-echo was initially attempted used -echo proved to be successful. Testing with impact-echo was performed on the en-s by 6 meters. drilled out for confirmation. Injection with a pressurized mortar took place lifted 1 mm. Finally, the bottom plate was re-tested with impact-echo and no voids were detected. The.


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Impact-echo by Mary Sansalone Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Impact-Echo technique has been used for forensic studies of historic buildings including St. Paul's Cathedral, London, The Federal Reserve Building in New York, and the U.S. Capitol Building, Washington.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Authors: William B. Streett, Mary Sansalone. Impact-Echo: The Book Bullbrier Press Dutch Hollow Road Jersey Shore, PA Phone or Fax: Bullbrier Press announces the publication of the first book devoted entirely to the impact-echo.

The Book Impact-Echo. About the Authors. Professor Mary J. Sansalone 1 (PhD, Cornell) is the principal inventor of the impact-echo method, and a leading authority on the use of transient stress waves for nondestructive evaluation of heterogeneous materials.

She has received numerous awards for research and teaching, including the Wason Medal. The impact-echo method is a technique for flaw detection in concrete.

It is based on monitoring the surface motion resulting from a short-duration mechanical impact. a book that provides a. Impact-echo: non-destructive evaluation of concrete and masonry Mary Sansalone, William Bernard Streett Bullbrier Press, - Technology & Engineering - pages.

Oh T. and Popovics J.S. Effective Presentation of Impact-Echo Data for Bridge Deck NDE 40th Annual Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation: Incorporating the 10th International Conference on Barkhausen Noise and Micromagnetic Testing 33a & 33b Google Scholar.

MIRADOR. Purpose. M IRADOR is an advanced data acquisition and data analysis system for the impact-echo method on concrete structures. It is intended for use with the MIRADOR scanner system or it can be used with a DOCter Mark IV transducer as an alternative to the Viking software.

Impact-Echo method is a powerful and accurate tool for the measurement of thickness and the detection of voids. tech brief The Impact Echo (IE) method is used for rapid flaw detection and thickness evaluation of concrete and masonry structural materials.

The method is normally applied to plate-like objects such as slabs and walls, but is also used on columns, mat foundations, and beams. The method requires access to only one side for testing, and can Continue reading "Impact Echo". History of the development of the method. The impact–echo method was first developed at the US National Bureau of Standards (NBS), which is now called the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Cornell University during the mids for non-destructive testing (NDT) of concrete (Carino et al.,Sansalone and Carino,Sansalone and Streett.

Principles of Impact-Echo Method Overview Figure 1 is a schematic of the impact-echo method, which is based on using a short duration mechanical impact to generate stress waves and a transducer to monitor the surface displacement due to the arrival of direct and reflected stress waves.

The use of. This paper describes the use of the impact-echo technique— a non-destructive testing technique based on the use of transient stress waves— for detecting delaminations in concrete plate-like structures such as bridge decks, slabs, and walls. Results obtained from numerical (finite element) analysis and controlled-flaw laboratory studies are presented and used to explain the elastic impact.

D EFIT simulation of an impact-echo wave field in a 2 × × m 3 steel-reinforced concrete specimen with polystyrene inclusions (sectional.

The impact-echo method is a technique for flaw detection in concrete. It is based on monitoring the surface motion resulting from a short-duration mechanical impact. The method overcomes many of the barriers associated with flaw detection in concrete based on ultrasonic methods.

The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the technique and to discuss the important parameters. If searched for a book Impact-Echo: Non-Destructive Evaluation of Concrete and Masonry by Mary Sansalone in pdf form, then you've come to the loyal site.

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Published in: IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS). Impact echo (IE) is a common nondestructive evaluation (NDE) method to detect subsurface defects in concrete bridge decks. The conventional approach for analyzing the IE data requires user expertise to define analysis parameters that could hinder broad field implementation.

This book is intended as a reference book for engineers and scientists who wish to understand the impact-echo method and its applications, as a source book for engineers and technicians who use impact-echo in field testings, and as a text for undergraduate and graduate courses on nondestructive testing and evaluation of structures.

Impact-echo is a method for nondestructive evaluation of concrete and masonry structures, based on the use of impact-generated stress (sound) waves that propagate through a structure and are reflected by internal flaws and external surfaces.

Book of Standards. Impact-Echo (IE) is a nondestructive method that can be used to identify geometric dimensions and internal defects of concrete structures [1,2,3]. A main advantage of IE is that only one-sided access is necessary. Recent developments have shown that IE has high potential in certain measuring tasks where other methods come to their limits.

This standard will appear in the Annual Book of ASTM Standards. The Impact-Echo Method. Impact-echo is a method for nondestructive testing of concrete and masonry structures that is based on the use of impact-generated stress (sound) waves that propagate through concrete and masonry and are reflected by internal flaws and external surfaces.

This paper discusses and compares results of in situ pulse velocity and impact-echo testing with dynamic elastic modulus and air permeability index test results of 25 mm (1 in.) thick disks sawed from concrete cores removed from selected areas of the damaged slab.

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The impact-echo method is a technique for flaw detection in concrete. It is based on monitoring the surface motion resulting from a short-duration mechanical impact. The method overcomes many of the barriers associated with flaw detection in concrete based on ultrasonic methods.

The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the.