2 edition of Shearographic non-destructive evaluation of space shuttle thermal protection systems found in the catalog.
Shearographic non-destructive evaluation of space shuttle thermal protection systems
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Christopher K. Davis ... [et al.].|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-202810., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-202810.|
|Contributions||Davis, Christopher K., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Assessment of Technologies for the Space Shuttle External Tank Thermal Protection System and Recommendations for Technology Improvement Part 2: Structural Analysis Technologies and Modeling Practices* Norman F.
Knight, Jr. General Dynamics – Advanced Information Systems Chantilly, Virginia and Michael P. Nemeth and Mark W. Hilburger. Status of Thermal NDT of Space Shuttle Materials at NASA K.
Elliott Cramer a, William P. Winfree a, Kenneth Hodges b, Ajay Koshti b, Daniel Ryan c and W alter W. Reinhardt d. C.K. DavisShearographic and thermographic non-destructive evaluation of the space shuttle structure and thermal protection (TPS) systems SPIE, (), pp.
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CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Papers Presentations. Abstract Search Results for "ultrasonic and composite" on the SPIE Database Shearographic and thermographic nondestructive evaluation of the space shuttle structure and thermal protection systems (TPS) Authors: Davis, Christopher K.
Introduction. The main goal of nondestructive testing -detection of defects early enough to avoid catastrophic failure- is of particular interest for the inspection of aerospace structures where the failure of a component may cause costs which exceed by many orders of magnitude the cost of the component that failed.
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Proc. SPIE, 36–Cited by: 4. A method for the NDE of thermal spray coatings by photothermal imaging is described. The principles of thermal wave interferometry are discussed in relation to spray coatings and it is shown how these can be applied to the detection of adhesion defects and coating thickness measurements.
Examples of adhesion defects and thickness measurements Cited by: 1.  Davis, C. K., “Shearography and th e rmographic non-destructive evaluation of the space shuttle stru cture and thermal protection (TPS) Systems“, Proc SPIE().
Non-destructive evaluation of aerospace materials with lock-in thermography Article in Engineering Failure Analysis 13(3) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'. One specimen, called CarbStep, was manufactured by superimposing resin preimpregnated carbon fabric (0,90) f layers and cured in autoclave.
As sketched in Fig. 1 such a specimen was a two-step specimen with thickness variation from mm (upper half part) to 2 mm (bottom restant part). Each part included three Teflon inserts of thickness mm and equivalent diameter, Cited by: Thermography is a non-contact technique based on infrared radiation for detecting material damage or defects .
In thermography, which can. An Eddy current thermography (ECT) method under the transmission mode in the heating phase is developed in this study to detect the artificial debonding defects in TBCs samples. When ECT is used, the temperature distribution of specimen surface is uneven on account of geometric heating effect, skin effect, edge effect and abnormal : Wenying Zhu, Zhanwei Liu, Dacheng Jiao, Huimin Xie.
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ACI, “Protection of Metals in Concrete against Corrosion (ACI ),” American Concrete Institute, 3. ASTM D, “Standard test method for detecting delaminations in bridge decks using infrared thermography,” American Society for Testing Materials, Author: Khatereh Vaghefi, Theresa M.
Ahlborn, Devin K. Harris, Colin Brooks.damage characterisation of composite aerostructures using thermography S. A. Grammatikos, E. Z. Kordatos, N.-M. Barkoula, T. E. Matikas and A. S. Paipetis* The present study is concerned with the reliability and effectiveness of innovative non-destructive techniques for damage characterisation and evaluation of aerospace materials and structures.SHEAROGRAPHY – A FAST AND FLEXIBLE NDI TECHNIQUE FOR COMPOSITE MATERIALS NEW APPLICATIONS IN VARIOUS INDUSTRIES.
Raphael SCHOEN. 1 1. Dantec Dynamics GmbH, Ulm, Germany. Abstract. Modern hi-tech products today widely are made of composite materials, which are specifically designed for the purpose of their application.