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Nondestructive Evaluation Laboratory

 

Publications

Development of Phased-Array Ultrasonic Inspection Technique for testing welded joints, Transportation and Research Board 2013, New York

TechBrief FHWA-HRT-12-060 Feasibility of Nondestructive Crack Detection and Monitoring Steel Bridges - 2012

Evaluation of Section Loss due to Corrosion in Single Gusset Plate Connections Using Non-Destructive Technologies (NDT), Structural Materials, and Technology Conference 2012, New York

Multiple Sensor Periodic Nondestructive Evaluation of A Concrete Bridge Deck, 2010

NDE of Steel Bridges for fatigue crack detection and monitoring, Structural Materials and Technology Conference 2010, New York

Detection and Characterization of Fatigue Cracks in Steel, Structural Materials and Technology Conference 2010, New York

Rapid Performance Monitoring of Highway Infrastructures Using Chaos Theory Analysis, August 2010

Comparison of Electrochemical Fatigue Sensor System and Acoustic Emission Inspection System in Characterizing Fatigue Crack Growth in Steel Bridge Structures, 2010

Detecting and Monitoring Fatigue Cracks in Steel Bridges, Fatigue and Fracture Conference, 2009

NDE Showcase for Bridge Inspectors, September 2009

Application of Chaos Theory Analysis to Structural Health Monitoring of Highway Infrastructures, August 16 – 20, 2009.

Nonlinear Dynamics Simulation of Local Chaotic Behavior in the Bill Emerson Cable-Stayed Bridge, SMT 2009.

Application of Advanced Computer Simulation and Chaos Theory Analysis to Structural Health Monitoring of Highway Infrastructures, August 2008.

Application of Chaos Theory Analysis to Smart Structure Techniques for Highway Infrastructures, May 2007, Nanjing, China.