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Nonlinear vibro- acousto- ultrasonic waves for fatigue cracking detection in key rail components

posted on 20.02.2021, 13:23 authored by YU FUNG LEE
Safety monitoring of the ageing train structures has always been a major challenge to the rail industry. This thesis develops a damage detection system based on nonlinear ultrasonic wave to identify fatigue crack at early stage on bogie frame to avoid catastrophic failure.


Campus location


Principal supervisor

Ye Lu

Additional supervisor 1

Wing Kong Chiu

Additional supervisor 2

Iman Salehi

Year of Award


Department, School or Centre

Civil Engineering


Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type