Paper Title:
Defects Detection in Concrete Structure with Infrared Thermal Imaging and Numerical Simulation
  Abstract

In this paper, infrared imaging and temperature sensor monitoring equipment are used to detect the defect of concrete. By means of experiment and numerical analysis, a nondestructive testing method for concrete based on infrared thermal imaging and the finite element simulation of temperature field was established. Experimental and simulation results show that infrared thermal imaging method and the finite element simulation of temperature field can effectively detect the defect in the sample. When combining such two methods together, the information of internal concrete structure can be revealed more comprehensively and accurately.

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Periodical
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 378-379)
Chapter
Chapter 2: Structural and New Functional Materials
Edited by
Brendan Gan, Yu Gan and Y. Yu
Pages
345-348
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.378-379.345
Citation
H. G. Xu, Z. H. Shui, B. Chen, W. Chen, S. Ding, "Defects Detection in Concrete Structure with Infrared Thermal Imaging and Numerical Simulation", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 378-379, pp. 345-348, 2012
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October 2011
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