Investigation Into Vibration Characteristic in Vibrothermography

Photonic Sensors, Jan 2019

Vibration characteristic plays an important role in vibrothermography, which directly affects the heating during the test. In this work, involving all the contacts in the vibrothermography, the “double-mass-three-spring” model is established to explore the vibration characteristic. The obtained results show that ultrasonic gun vibrates at fundamental frequency (FF), while the specimen vibrates at multi-frequencies including FF, 2FF, 3FF, and 4FF, which is validated through experimental investigation results. Additionally, the model proposed in this work reveals a high order harmonics in the vibrothermography test and makes the specimen conduct the steady vibration, which indicates that the model is closer to the practical equipment and can ensure the heating efficiency induced by vibration of specimen to improve the detection capability.

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Investigation Into Vibration Characteristic in Vibrothermography

Photonic Sensors pp 1–7 | Cite as Investigation Into Vibration Characteristic in Vibrothermography AuthorsAuthors and affiliations Yin LiAnbo MingRuimin ZhangWei Zhang Open Access Regular First Online: 09 January 2019 16 Downloads Abstract Vibration characteristic plays an important role in vibrothermography, which directly affects the heating during the test. In this work, involving all the contacts in the vibrothermography, the “double-mass-three-spring” model is established to explore the vibration characteristic. The obtained results show that ultrasonic gun vibrates at fundamental frequency (FF), while the specimen vibrates at multi-frequencies including FF, 2FF, 3FF, and 4FF, which is validated through experimental investigation results. Additionally, the model proposed in this work reveals a high order harmonics in the vibrothermography test and makes the specimen conduct the steady vibration, which indicates that the model is closer to the practical equipment and can ensure the heating efficiency induced by vibration of specimen to improve the detection capability. KeywordsVibrothermography vibration characteristic “double-mass-three-spring” model  This article is published with open access at Springerlink.com Download to read the full article text Notes Acknowledgement This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant Nos. 51605481, 51575516, and 51505486). The authors would like to thank associate Prof. Zheng-wei YANG with Rocket Force University of Engineering, for THE help in revised manuscript. References [1] A. S. Rizi, S. Hedayatrasa, X. Maldgue, and T. Vukhanh, “FEM modeling of ultrasonic vibrothermography of a damaged plate and qualitative study of heating mechanisms,” Infrared Physics & Technology, 2013, 61(5): 101–110.ADSCrossRefGoogle Scholar [2] R. Montanini and F. Freni, “Correlation between vibrational mode shapes and viscoelastic heat generation in vibrothermography,” NDT & E International, 2013, 58: 43–48.CrossRefGoogle Scholar [3] X. Y. Han, W. Li, Z. Zeng, L. D. Favro, and R. L. Thomas, “Acoustic chaos and sonic infrared imaging,” Applied Physics Letters, 2002, 81(17): 3188–3190.ADSCrossRefGoogle Scholar [4] X. Y. Han, Z. Zeng, W. Li, M. S. Islam, J. P. Lu, V. Loggins, et al., “Acoustic chaos for enhanced detectability of cracks by sonic infrared imaging,” Journal of Applied Physics, 2004, 95(7): 3792–3797.ADSCrossRefGoogle Scholar [5] I. Solodov, J. Wackerl, K. Pfleiderer, and G. Busser, “Nonlinear self-modulation and subharmonic acoustic spectroscopy for damage detection and location,” Applied Physics Letters, 2004, 84(26): 5386–5388.ADSCrossRefGoogle Scholar [6] X. Y. Han, V. Loggoms, Z. Zeng, L. D. Favro, and R. L. Thomas, “Mechanical model for the generation of acoustic chaos in sonic infrared imaging,” Applied Physics Letters, 2004, 85(8): 1332–1334.ADSCrossRefGoogle Scholar [7] K. Zheng, H. Zhang, S. Y. Zhang, and L. Fan, “A dynamical model of subharmonic generation in ultrasonic infrared thermography,” Ultrasonics, 2006, 44(8): e1343‒e1347.Google Scholar [8] Z. J. Chen, S. Y. Zhang, and K. Zheng, “Nonlinear vibration in metal plate excited by high-power ultrasonic pulses,” Acta Physica Sinica, 2010, 59(6): 4071–4083.Google Scholar [9] F. Z. Feng, C. S. Zhang, Q. X. Min, and P. F. Wang, “Effect of engagement force on vibration characteristics in sonic IR imaging,” Ultrasonics, 2015, 56: 473–476.CrossRefGoogle Scholar [10] G. Tian, Z. W. Yang, J. T. Zhu, W. Zhang, and W. Y. Luo, “Vibration characteristic and acoustic chaos analysis of ultrasonic infrared thermal wave test,” Infrared and Laser Engineering, 2016, 45(3): 0304003-1‒0304003-6.CrossRefGoogle Scholar Copyright information © The Author(s) 2019 Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. Authors and Affiliations Yin Li1Anbo Ming1Email authorRuimin Zhang2Wei Zhang11.Rocket Force University of EngineeringXi’anChina2.High-tech InstituteFan Gong-ting South Street on the 12thQingzhouChina


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Yin Li, Anbo Ming, Ruimin Zhang, Wei Zhang. Investigation Into Vibration Characteristic in Vibrothermography, Photonic Sensors, 2019, 1-7, DOI: 10.1007/s13320-019-0529-x