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Nondestructive testing of the delaminated interface between two materials

Abstract : We consider the problem of detecting if two materials that should be in contact have separated or delaminated. The goal is to find an acoustic technique to detect the delamination. We model the delamination as a thin opening between two materials of different acoustic properties, and using asymptotic techniques we derive a asymptotic model where the delaminated region is replaced by jump conditions on the acoustic field and flux. The asymptotic model has potential singularities due to the edges of the delaminated region, and we show that the forward problem is well posed for a large class of possible delaminations. We then design a special Linear Sampling Method (LSM) for detecting the shape of the delamination assuming that the background, undamaged, state is known. Finally we show, by numerical experiments, that our LSM can indeed determine the shape of delaminated regions.
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Fioralba Cakoni, Irene de Teresa, Houssem Haddar, Peter Monk. Nondestructive testing of the delaminated interface between two materials. SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, 2016, 76 (6), pp. 2306-2332. ⟨10.1137/16M1064167⟩. ⟨hal-01373251⟩



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