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Dec 20, 2010

Laser Shearography For Detecting Microcracks In Concrete

This Projects deals with the Application of Laser Shearography For Detecting Microcracks In Concrete which is a good project for civil engineers for their project and research work.Laser Shearography method (LSM) has shown a great potential for application in nondestructive testing (NDT) especially in the early detection of cracks in concrete. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects and Seminar. Use this report for your reference and study. It is based on a refinement of electronic speckle pattern interferometry (ESPI) that records a sheared image of the speckle interferogram. The speckle interferograms are recorded before and after stressing and then compared to find the defects on the surface of tested object based on localized fringe irregularity. In this research project, LSM was employed on 3" x 3" x 11.25" concrete prisms subjected to Duggan heat or freeze-thaw treatment prior to storage in lime water.

Author:-Khong, Hung
Source:- University of Maryland

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