TITLE

Basic examination of nondestructive and noncontact measurement system for fire damage level of concrete wall by using high-intensity aerial ultrasonic waves

AUTHOR(S)
Osumi, Ayumu; Ito, Youichi
PUB. DATE
May 2012
SOURCE
AIP Conference Proceedings;5/24/2012, Vol. 1433 Issue 1, p396
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A fire site holds important information about the cause of fire outbreak; for instance, a concrete wall can provide a wealth of information and the distribution of fire damage of the wall is particularly valuable. If the distribution of fire damage on concrete walls can be used to trace the flow of fire, it would be possible to identify the fire origin and to clarify the cause of fire outbreak. In this study, we considered a new method based on aerial ultrasonic waves and developed a system that adopts this method for detecting fire damage of concrete walls at fire sites.
ACCESSION #
76143376

 

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