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FANTOM FP7 Project : Innovative NDT Technique Development. Single sensor for simultaneous temporal and spatial full-field thermography and deformation measurements in structural tests
Georges, Marc mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > > CSL (Centre Spatial de Liège) >]
Aerospace Testing
5-6 April 2011
[en] Non destructive testing ; Aeronautics ; Composites
[en] The European FP7 FANTOM project aims at developing an innovative Non Destructive Testing technique based on simultaneous acquisition of thermal and deformation fields by a single sensor. The technique is based on speckle interferometry with infrared laser emitting in the thermal infrared range.
The applications envisaged are mainly targeted to structural testing and in particular thermo-mechanical assessment of structures under loads. Also the ability of the technique for the detection of defects will be assessed.
At present the technique is demonstrated and a prototype is under construction for industrial validation in structural test facilities of Airbus.
Commission européenne : Direction générale de l'Energie et des Transports
FANTOM : Full-field Advanced Non Destructive Technique for On-line Thermomechanical Measurements on Aeronautical Structures
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