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Reveal of damage mechanisms on textile reinforced cementitious (TRC) composites based on Acoustic Emission. / Tsangouri, Eleni; El Kadi, Michael; Tysmans, Tine; Angelis, Dimitrios.

9th International Conference on Acoustic Emission (ICAE-9) & 61th Acoustic Emission Working Group Meeting (AEWG-61). 2019.

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Harvard

Tsangouri, E, El Kadi, M, Tysmans, T & Angelis, D 2019, Reveal of damage mechanisms on textile reinforced cementitious (TRC) composites based on Acoustic Emission. in 9th International Conference on Acoustic Emission (ICAE-9) & 61th Acoustic Emission Working Group Meeting (AEWG-61). 9th International Conference on Acoustic Emission (ICAE-9) & 61th Acoustic Emission Working Group Meeting (AEWG-61), Chicago, United States, 17/06/19.

APA

Tsangouri, E., El Kadi, M., Tysmans, T., & Angelis, D. (Accepted/In press). Reveal of damage mechanisms on textile reinforced cementitious (TRC) composites based on Acoustic Emission. In 9th International Conference on Acoustic Emission (ICAE-9) & 61th Acoustic Emission Working Group Meeting (AEWG-61)

Vancouver

Tsangouri E, El Kadi M, Tysmans T, Angelis D. Reveal of damage mechanisms on textile reinforced cementitious (TRC) composites based on Acoustic Emission. In 9th International Conference on Acoustic Emission (ICAE-9) & 61th Acoustic Emission Working Group Meeting (AEWG-61). 2019

Author

Tsangouri, Eleni ; El Kadi, Michael ; Tysmans, Tine ; Angelis, Dimitrios. / Reveal of damage mechanisms on textile reinforced cementitious (TRC) composites based on Acoustic Emission. 9th International Conference on Acoustic Emission (ICAE-9) & 61th Acoustic Emission Working Group Meeting (AEWG-61). 2019.

BibTeX

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title = "Reveal of damage mechanisms on textile reinforced cementitious (TRC) composites based on Acoustic Emission",
abstract = "The use of Acoustic Emission (AE) as an indirect method to reveal the fracture behavior of textile reinforced cementitious composites (TRC) is discussed in this paper. AE is selected since limited information on TRC fracture can be obtained based their loading behavior. AE signal features analysis and source localization provide information regarding damage mode evolution: cement cracking onset, interfacial debonding, textile breakage and merging of aforementioned damage mechanisms. The study summarizes the main findings of recent research in the range from small preliminary laboratory coupons to more complex freeform TRC plates that simulate the performance of real TRC structures under service loads. Ultimately, the proposed AE methodology aims to be established as the most promising health assessment tool.",
author = "Eleni Tsangouri and {El Kadi}, Michael and Tine Tysmans and Dimitrios Angelis",
year = "2019",
month = "6",
day = "17",
language = "English",
booktitle = "9th International Conference on Acoustic Emission (ICAE-9) & 61th Acoustic Emission Working Group Meeting (AEWG-61)",

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RIS

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N2 - The use of Acoustic Emission (AE) as an indirect method to reveal the fracture behavior of textile reinforced cementitious composites (TRC) is discussed in this paper. AE is selected since limited information on TRC fracture can be obtained based their loading behavior. AE signal features analysis and source localization provide information regarding damage mode evolution: cement cracking onset, interfacial debonding, textile breakage and merging of aforementioned damage mechanisms. The study summarizes the main findings of recent research in the range from small preliminary laboratory coupons to more complex freeform TRC plates that simulate the performance of real TRC structures under service loads. Ultimately, the proposed AE methodology aims to be established as the most promising health assessment tool.

AB - The use of Acoustic Emission (AE) as an indirect method to reveal the fracture behavior of textile reinforced cementitious composites (TRC) is discussed in this paper. AE is selected since limited information on TRC fracture can be obtained based their loading behavior. AE signal features analysis and source localization provide information regarding damage mode evolution: cement cracking onset, interfacial debonding, textile breakage and merging of aforementioned damage mechanisms. The study summarizes the main findings of recent research in the range from small preliminary laboratory coupons to more complex freeform TRC plates that simulate the performance of real TRC structures under service loads. Ultimately, the proposed AE methodology aims to be established as the most promising health assessment tool.

M3 - Conference paper

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