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ULTRASONIC INSPECTION OF ANISOTROPIC LAMINATE PLATES IMMERSED IN ACOUSTIC MEDIUM

E.V. Glushkov, N.V. Glushkova, A.A. Eremin & O.A. Miakisheva
The use of air-coupled or submerged transducers for the ultrasonic inspection of composite plates involves the development of adequate mathematical and computer models for simulating the occurring wave processes. In achieving this goal, an analytically based computer model has been developed. On this base, the directivity of the source-generated wave fields caused by the anisotropy of an immersed composite plate as well as the influence of fluid loading is investigated. A series of numerical examples...

Mechanical aspects of the behavior of the surface of coated bodies when exposed to corrosive liquid

V.A. Babeshko, O.V. Evdokimova, O.M. Babeshko, V.L. Shestopalov & V.S. Evdokimov
The block element method is used to study the behavior of a coated material under the assumption that the surface is exposed to a corrosive liquid medium that can destroy the coating. It is assumed that the destruction begins with the formation of vertical local cracks in the coating, which then grow and lead to the exposure of the unprotected surface. Assuming the possibility of modeling a liquid layer by shallow water equations, the block...

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