Acoustical Methods Used in the Study of Concrete Durability

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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.

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Nicolae Herişanu and Vasile Marinca

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113-117

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E. Jebelean et al., "Acoustical Methods Used in the Study of Concrete Durability", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 430, pp. 113-117, 2013

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September 2013

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