Modeling wave propagation in Sandwich Composite Plates for Structural Health Monitoring
Wave propagation is investigated in sandwich composite panels using analytical approach for layered materials, Mindlin plate theory and finite element modeling in the context of developing an on-board structural health monitoring system. It is shown that theoretical results are in agreement with the results of numerical simulations and with experimental results.
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sandwich panel, guided waves, debond, scattering
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