Acoustical Methods Used in the Study of Concrete Durability
The paper presents the experimental research on concretes and in-situ research on existing reinforced concretes elements, using “Pulse Velocity Method”. The “Pulse Velocity Method” it is an acoustical method which uses the ultra-sounds with 20 to 200 kHz frequency. The in-situ acoustic results are used to establish the durability of the concrete in the tested elements.
Nicolae Herişanu and Vasile Marinca
E. Jebelean et al., "Acoustical Methods Used in the Study of Concrete Durability", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 430, pp. 113-117, 2013