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The 11th European Workshop of Structural Health Monitoring (EWSHM2024) took place in Potsdam from June 10-13, 2024. With 8 parallel sessions, the conference was excellently organized and attended. In this context, the work of the network led by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Inka Mueller was presented to a broad specialist audience. The special session on “Reliability and...
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A joint paper with Dr. Beata Zima (Gdansk University of Technology, Poland) has been accepted for publication in Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing. Abstract: The article investigates the results obtained from numerical simulations and experimental tests concerning the propagation of guided waves in corroded steel plates. Developing innovative methodologies for assessing corrosion-induced degradation is crucial...
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Several contributions have been prepared for the coming European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring (June 2024 in Potsdam) regarding different topics. I want to thank all partners for the wonderful collaboration! Hardes, C. ; Moll, J. ; Treppmann, D. ; Kraemer, P. ; Schubert, L. ; Weidenfeller, J. and Kress, K.-P., Economic and Ecological Benefits...
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The project “Ultrasonic structural health monitoring of pressure vessels and heat exchangers in the chemical industry at elevated temperatures (HotWalls)” has been selected for funding. The project partners are: Evonik Operations GmbH (Essen, Coordinator) Arvos GmbH (Kassel) KT-Systems GmbH (Euerbach) Fraunhofer IKTS (Dresden) University of Siegen (Siegen) Funding number: 03EN4088D
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The next IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Biomedical Conference (IMBioC) will take place in Montréal, Canada, 11-13 June, 2024. Further information: https://imbioc-ieee.org/
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A novel methodology for the elimination of temperature effects in radar-based structural health monitoring systems for wind turbine blades has been accepted for publication in Sensors journal. Abstract: The compensation of temperature is critical in every structural health monitoring (SHM) system for achieving maximum damage detection performance. This paper analyses a novel approach based on...
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A joint work with Dr. Beata Zima and Emil Roch (both from Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland) about corrosion degradation assessment based on asymmetry of guided wave propagation field has been accepted for publication in the renowned Ultrasonics journal.   Abstract: The article presents the results of numerical and experimental investigation of guided wave propagation...
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The project “Acoustic and radar sensor technology for the detection of bats and birds at wind turbines (SENSE2SAVE)” has been selected for funding. The project partners are: InnovationLab GmbH (Heidelberg, Coordinator) IMST GmbH (Kamp-Lintfort) Institut für Tierökologie und Naturbildung GmbH (Gonterskirchen) University of Siegen (Siegen), my new affiliation starting in January 2024 Zentrum für Sonnenenergie-...
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A joint work related to the AeroSense project has been accepted for publication in NDT and E International. Abstract: Ultra-wideband guided electromagnetic waves have been proposed recently for non-destructive testing and structural health monitoring applications. However, many possibilities are still unexplored given by the multitude of possible microwave waveguides. The present work introduces the concept...
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A joint work with several partners from the In-Situ-WIND project about microwave-based damage detection in grouted joints has been accepted for publication in Structural Control and Health Monitoring. Abstract: Offshore wind turbines play a significant role in the expansion of clean and renewable energy. However, their exposure to harsh marine environments and dynamic loading conditions...
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