Dr. Geoffrey Cranch, a research physicist at the Department of Optics at the US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), says there is currently no US military use of in situ technology to manage the structural health of its equipment. "An automated, in situ structural health monitoring (SHM) system can monitor critical structural parameters such as temperature, strain, shock and crack, and reliably detect damage before damage reaches a critical level." For this, Near real-time detection of the presence of cracks and the associated acoustic emission signal of the sensor. This type of sensor must be smaller than the existing electronic products, the sensitivity is equal or increased, smaller.
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