Inspection Correlation Study of Ultrasonic-Based In Situ Structural Health Monitoring Monthly Report for December 2014January 2015

Report No. ARL-TN-0671
Authors: Eliseo E Iglesias, Robert A Haynes, and Chi-yu Shiao
Date/Pages: May 2015; 30 pages
Abstract: This report provides the current status on activities pertaining to the research project Inspection Correlation Study of Ultrasonic-Based In Situ Structural Health Monitoring. The project members, Dr Robert Haynes, research engineer at the US Army Research Laboratory's Vehicle Technology Directorate (ARL/VTD), and postgraduate intern Eli Iglesias, working alongside Dr Michael Shiao, research engineer at ARL/VTD, are conducting this inspection correlation study via ultrasonic-based inspection of fatigue crack growth in aluminum 7075-T6 dogbone specimens. Acellent Technologies, Inc., is supporting this project through providing hardware, software, and training for the in situ ultrasonic inspection and damage signal analysis. Reporting period is 117 December 2014 and 1231 January 2015.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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Last Update / Reviewed: May 1, 2015