Programme Thursday 12 July 2018

10-13 July 2018, Hilton Manchester Deansgate, Manchester, UK 





08.30
onwards
 Registration – Hotel Foyer
09.00-
10.00

Keynote Lecture – TBC
Professor Cinzia Casiraghi, University of Manchester
Chair: To be confirmed
Room A: Deansgate Suites 2 & 3

10.00-
10.20
 Tea, Coffee and Exhibition

Optical fibres for SHM 1


Chair: TBC
Room A: Deansgate
Suites 2 & 3
Damage detection
using vibration
measurements 1


Chair: TBC
Room B:
Deansgate
Suite 1

Signal processing and imaging 3


Chair: TBC
Room C: Deansgate Meeting Rooms
2, 3 & 4
Ultrasonics 1



Chair: TBC
Room D: Deansgate Meeting Rooms
8 & 9
SHM technology for wind turbines 2


Chair: TBC
Room E: Deansgate Boardroom
10.20-
10.40
[0046] Continuous strain measurements in a shotcrete tunnel lining using distributed fibre optic sensing

C M Monsberger, W Lienhart, A Kluckner, L Wagner and W Schubert
Graz University of Technology, Austria

[0069] Damage identification based on improved Kalman filter with the precise integration method

J-Z Huang1, D-S Li1 and C Zhang2
1University of Technology, Dalian, China
2Nanchang University, China

[0176] Computation of image features for full-wavefield characterisation in fast non-contact inspections

Y K Esfandabadi, A Marzani and L De Marchi
University of Bologna, Italy

[0020] A wideband structural health monitoring system based on
omni-directional SH wave piezoelectric transducers


F Li and Q Huan
Peking University, Beijing, China

[0125] Cost-effective vibration-based detection of wind turbine blade icing from sensors mounted on the tower

W Weijtjens1, L D Avendaño-Valencia2, C Devriendt1 and E Chatzi2
1Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
2Institute of Structural Engineering, ETH Zürich, Switzerland


10.40-
11.00

[0068] Optical fibre Bragg grating sensor-based mode shape identification using sub-microstrain amplitude excitation

U Nawrot1,2, T Geernaert1,3, B De Pauw1,3, D Anastasopoulos2, E P B Reynders2, G De Roeck2 and F Berghmans1,3
1Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium
2Department of Civil Engineering, University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium
3Flanders Make, Lommel, Belgium


[0117] Comparison of damage sensitivities of autoregressive coefficients and natural frequencies for structural health monitoring of a top-tensioned riser

B Bayik, P Omenzetter, D van der A and E Pavlovskaia
University of Aberdeen, UK

[0206] Sparsity-constrained identification of external forces and structural damage

D Ginsberg and C-P Fritzen
Universität Siegen, Fakultät IV, Siegen, Germany

[0062] Signal-level clustering of acoustic emission streaming

P Butaud1, E Ramasso1, H Ahayan1, T Jeannin1, N Godin2 and V Placet1
1FEMTO-ST Institute, Besançon, France
2Université de Lyon, Villeurbanne, France


[0138] Acousto-ultrasonic damage monitoring in a thick composite beam for wind turbine applications

R Loendersloot1, M Venterink1, A Krause2 and F Lahuerta2
1University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
2Knowledge Centre, Wieringerwerf, The Netherlands

11.00-
11.20

[0087] Preliminary robustness analysis of a structural health monitoring PCA-based algorithm

F M Pisano and M Ciminello
CIRA, Caserta, Italy

[0174] Rotating machines system identification by means of big data analysis

N Gioia, C Peeters, P J Daems, P Guillaume and J Helsen
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

[0220] A novel method of corrosion damage monitoring of porous aluminium alloy structure based on piezoelectric sensor

X Wang, W Zhang, X Gao, Y Zhao, W Dai and R Wang
Beihang University, Beijing, China

[0228] Resonant air-coupled emission (RACE): a new approach to structural health monitoring of composite structures

I Solodov and M Kreutzbruck
University of Stuttgart, Germany

[0195] Quantitative inspection of wind turbine blades using UAV deployed photogrammetry

S G Pierce1, K C Burnham2, D Zhang1, L McDonald1, C N MacLeod1, G Dobie1, R Summan1 and D McMahon2
1University of Strathclyde, UK
2Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC), Renfrew, UK

11.20-
11.40

[0121] SHM using integrated photonics-based fibre sensing solutions

R Evenblij
Technobis – TFT, Holland

[0201] Damage detection in the presence of varying temperature through residual error modelling approach with dual neural network

S Sharma and S Sen
Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi, India

[0290] Experimental determination of 3D Green’s function in composite plates for defect imaging using guided waves

A Kulakovskyi1,2, O Mesnil2, B Chapuis2, O D’Almeida1 and A Lhémery2
1SAFRAN Tech, Magny-Lès-Hameaux, France
2CEA LIST, Saclay, France


[0179] Inverse problems using spectral finite element method

S Paunikar and S Gopalakrishnan
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India



[0321] Active sensors for load and damage monitoring in a wind turbine blade: a hybrid manufacturing technique

M A Shohag1, K Joshi1, T Ndebele1, M Pollard1, S Tran2, L B Carani1, T Dickens1 and O Okoli1
1FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, Florida, USA
2University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA


11.40-
12.00
[0124] Distributed corrosion detection using dedicated optical fibre sensor (OFS)-based steel rebar within reinforced concrete structures by optical frequency-domain reflectometry (OFDR)

S Magne, S A Alvarez and S Rougeault
CEA, Gif-sur-Yvette, France

[0277] Structural system identification for controlled buildings with active mass dampers providing input excitation

C-C Chang1 and J-F Wang2
1National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan
2National United University Miaoli, Taiwan


[0315] DIC-based detection of bolted beam-to-column connection changes

D Ziaja, B Turoń and B Miller
Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland

[0235] Comparison of coded excitations in the presence of a transducer’s transfer function in ultrasonic guided wave testing of pipelines

H N Mahal1,2, A K Nandi1 and Peter Mudge2
1Brunel University, London, UK
2TWI, Cambridge, UK


[0230] A random vibration multiple model-based structural health monitoring platform for nominally identical composite aerostructures

R Atlani1, S D Fassois1, A Georgantopoulou2, M Kazilas3, R Atlani1I Kressel1, M Kwak3, T London3, A G Poulimenos4, I Sáez de Ocáriz5, J S Sakellariou2, A Sawday1, K J Vamvoudakis-Stefanou2, P Venegas5 and A Ward3
1Advanced Structural Technologies, Israel
2University of Patras, Greece
3TWI Ltd, Cambridge, UK
4Advances in Science and Engineering EE, Chios, Greece
5Centro de Tecnologías Aeronáuticas (CTA), Alava, Spain


12.00-
12.20
[0155] Quantification of cracks in reinforced concrete structures using distributed fibre optic sensors

A Bassil, X Chapeleau, D Leduc and O Abraham
French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, France


[0306] Anomaly detection approach for fan monitoring – an industrial case study

A Lis1,2, Z Dworakowski1 and P Czubak1
1AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków Poland
2Elmodis, Kraków, Poland


[0346] A super resolution signal reconstruction method of Lamb waves

J Cai, Z Zhou and X Wang
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China

[0275] A characterisation framework for simulation-based LWSHM algorithms

M Guskov1, M Rébillat1, E Balmes2,1, N Mechbal1
1ParisTech, France
2SDTools, Paris, France

This slot is available for a late submission

12.25-
13.45

Lunch – Three-course lunch with wine

Optical fibres for SHM 2

Chair: TBC
Room A: Deansgate
Suites 2 & 3

SHM for civil engineering 3

Chair: TBC
Room B:
Deansgate
Suite 1

Acoustic emission 2


Chair: TBC
Room C: Deansgate Meeting Rooms
2, 3 & 4

Ultrasonics 2


Chair: TBC
Room D: Deansgate Meeting Rooms
8 & 9

Laser methods 1


Chair: TBC
Room E: Deansgate
Boardroom

13.50-
14.10

[0160] Tunnel convergence analysis by distributed optical fibre strain sensing with means of finite element – inverse analysis method

A Piccolo1,2, Y Lecieux2, S Delepine-Lesoille1, D Leduc2, F Bumbieler1, P Teixeir3 and J Zghondi1
1National Radioactive Waste Management Agency (Andra), Châtenay-Malabry, France
2Université de Nante, France
French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, France
3Egis Géotechnique, Seyssins, France


[0236] Real-time structural health monitoring by non-linearity degree analysis based on Hilbert-Huang transform

C-Y Hsieh, A Sawadogo and T-K Lin
National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan

[0281] Detection of impact location and impactor characteristics using the post-impact sensor response of laminated plates

T C Theodosiou, C S Rekatsinas andD A Saravanos
University of Patras, Greece

[0296] Ice detection on aircraft using surface acoustic wave-based sensor

N A Feidenhans, K Astafiev and R Lou-Møller
Meggitt A/S, Kvistgaard, Denmark

[0032] Experimental analysis of ultrasonic guided wave-based damage localisation in a tapered composite plate

J Simon1, J Moll1, T Wandowski2, P Malinowski2 and W Ostachowicz2
1Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany
2Institute of Fluid Flow Machinery of Polish Academy of Sciences, Gdansk, Poland

14.10-
14.30

[0169] Utilisation of optimised optical fibres for structural health monitoring

O Rufai, M Gautam, P Potluri and M Gresil
University of Manchester, UK

[0238] Damage diagnosis of three-dimensional structures by entropy-based structural health monitoring system

A G Lainez, C-W Chang and T K Lin
National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan

[0282] Development and evaluation of structural health monitoring systems for fibre composites in automotive applications based on elastic waves

T Gaul, K Tschöke, E Schulze and L Schubert
Fraunhofer-Institut für Keramische Technologien und Systeme (IKTS), Dresden, Germany



[0310] Research on Lamb wave-based composite structural damage classification method

M A Shu-Xian and W Qiang
Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China

[0305] Damage indices as a measure for optimal sensor placement in a guided wave monitored cracked-notched plate based on numerical simulation versus scanning lased doppler vibrometry  

R Sridaran Venkat, M El Bakouri and C Boller
Saarland University, Germany


14.30-
14.50

[0183] Field monitoring of reinforced concrete structures under cyclic loading

Z E Broth and N A Hoult
Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

[0257] Navigational structures: robotic platform for the detection of corrosion and protective coating thickness above and below the water surface

J A Evans, Q G Alexander, J R Tallent, R D Brown and M D Smith
USACE Engineer Research Development Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA


[0320] Development of an asymmetric sensor array with beamforming technique

H-K Jung, J Y Jeon and G Park
Chonnam National University, Gwangju, South Korea


[0326] Quantitative performance analysis of ultrasonic corrosion rate detection

F Zou1,2 and F B Cegla1
1Imperial College London, UK
2The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

[0075] Laser-induced narrowband ultrasound for fatigue crack detection

P Liu, J Jang and H Sohn
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Republic of Korea


14.50-
15.10

[0200] High-temperature ultrasonic/AE sensing system using fibre optic Bragg gratings

F Yu and Y Okabe
University of Tokyo, Japan

[0272] Unmanned system and vehicle for infrastructure inspection: image correction, quantification, reliabilities and formation of façade map

C H Kuo1, S H Hsiung1, K C Peng1, T H Yang1, Y C Hsieh1, Y D Tsai1, C C Shen1, Y T Wang2 and C Kuo1
1Chung-Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
2National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan


[0367] Modelling of pencil-lead break acoustic emission sources using the time reversal technique

F Falcetelli1,2, M B Romero3, S Pant4, E Troiani2 and M Martinez1,3
1Clarkson University, USA
2University of Bologna, Italy
3Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
4Aerospace Research Centre, Canada


[0335] Analysis of the torsional mode – T (0,1) propagating in a bending pipe

J Quiroga1, L E Mujica2, R Villamizar1, and M Ruiz2
1Universidad Industrial de Santander (UIS), Spain
2Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain


[0076] Increasing the acquisition speed of laser ultrasonics via pulse train excitation

B Park1, I Jeon2, P Liu2 and H Sohn2
1Korea Institute of Materials Science, Gyeongnam, Republic of Korea
2Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Republic of Korea

15.10-
15.30

[0221] Avoiding signal distortion in several classes of dynamic fibre optic interrogators

H D Bhatta, R Davidi and M Tur
Tel-Aviv University, Israel


[0294] Structural dynamic monitoring of VEGA-A platform: 30 years of data

M Rizzo, M Betti, O Spadaccini and A Vignoli
University of Florence, Italy


[0377] Distributed multi-point fibre-optic acoustic emission SHM system for condition management of aircraft structures

E Mendoza, J Prohaska, C Kempen, Y Esterkin and S Sun Sridhar
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston


[0036] Enhanced temperature compensation for guided wave-based SHM of pipes

S Mariani, S Heinlein and P Cawley
Imperial College London, UK


[0081] Laser ultrasonic rotation scanning for corner inspection of l-shaped composite structure

Y-J Lee1, J-R Lee1 and S-J Hong2
1Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea
2Korea Aerospace Industry, Gyeongsangnam, Republic of Korea

15.30-
15.50

This slot is available for a late submission
This slot is available for a late submission
[0327] Probabilistic method for damage identification in multi-layered composite structures

A Kundu1, S Sikdar2, M J Eaton1 and R Navaratne3
1Cardiff University, UK
2Polish Academy of Sciences, Gdansk, Poland
3University of South Wales, UK


[0356] Topological derivative methods for damage detection

A Martinez, J A Guemes, J M Perales and J M Vega
School of Aerospace Engineering, Madrid, Spain


This slot is available for a late submission
15.50-
16.10

Tea, Coffee, Exhibition and Poster Session
16.30-
17.30


SHM in action

18.00-
22.00

Tour of Manchester United football stadium and museum at Old Trafford followed by the Gala Dinner


For further information, contact:
Conferences and Events Department, The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing,
Midsummer House, Riverside Way, Bedford Road, Northampton NN1 5NX, UK.
Tel: +44 (0)1604 438300; Fax: +44 (0)1604 438301; Email: ewshm2018@bindt.org