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Numerical Modeling Of Obliquely Incident Guided Wave Scattering By A Crack In A Laminated Composite Plate

By W. Karunasena

Abstract

In this paper, we consider scattering by a guided wave incident obliquely on a surface breaking crack in a laminated composite plate, with a view to ultrasonic nondestructive assessment of cracks. The solution to this problem is the first step towards analyzing the general three-dimensional scattering problem. The method used for modeling is a hybrid method which combines finite element method with wave function expansion procedure. The reciprocity relations governing the reflection and transmission coefficients are established and are used to check the numerical accuracy. Also, the principle of energy conservation is used as another check for the accuracy of the numerical results. Numerical results for reflection and transmission coefficients are presented for an 8-layer cross-ply laminated plate

Topics: numerical modeling, laminated composite plate, surface breaking crack, 290801 Structural Engineering
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:espace.library.uq.edu.au:UQ:10069

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