Electromechanical Charge Density (EMCD) and Wave Form Propagation (WFP) Methods for Diagnostics of Engineering Materials, Components and Structures (SG Provisional Patent Valid 2013-2014)

Published: 5 Jun 2018 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/gbn4pzrvzs.1
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The present invention discloses engineering setup of three different connectivity modules, two hardware – software interface modules, and their unique interaction mechanism. This is for diagnostics of engineering materials, components and structures using variable electrode based electromechanical charge density (EMCD) and programmable wave form propagation (WFP) methodologies.

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A Peek inside Sensing attachment Techniques of SG Intellectual Property on Electromechanical Charge Density and Waveform Propagation Methods for Diagnostics and Piezo-Impedance Inspection

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    2018-06-05

    Published: 2018-06-05

    DOI: 10.17632/gbn4pzrvzs.1

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    ANNAMDAS, Venu Gopal Madhav; PANG, Hock Lye, John (2018), “Electromechanical Charge Density (EMCD) and Wave Form Propagation (WFP) Methods for Diagnostics of Engineering Materials, Components and Structures (SG Provisional Patent Valid 2013-2014)”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/gbn4pzrvzs.1

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Nanyang Technological University

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Piezoelectrics, Wave Propagation

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