Vibrothermogrphy is a promising non-destructive technique that uses ultrasonic elastic waves to detect damages and is typically applied in the aerospace and automotive industries. This technique allows for defect selective imaging using thermal waves that are generated by ultrasound waves. In this paper, vibrothermography technique was applied to the aircraft fuselage to detect its damage. The influence of the damage on the temperature distribution at the damage region on the aluminum was investigated by finite element technique. Comprehensive understanding in edge crack in fuselage heating caused by local friction between crack surfaces was obtained.
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Saboktakin, A. (2018). Damage characterization of aircraft fuselage using vibrothermography technique-review and analysis. International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace, 5(5). https://doi.org/10.15394/ijaaa.2018.1300