Posters

GI2.3

Non-destructive testing (NDT) methods have been increasingly used over the last decades in a wide range of engineering and geosciences applications. New theoretical developments, technological advances in both hardware and software resources as well as the progress achieved in surveying, data processing and interpretation have led to a tremendous growth of equipment reliability, allowing outstanding data quality and accuracy. To this effect, the potential of many optical, acoustic, electric and electromagnetic NDT methods for stand-alone use has been greatly investigated to date. Hence, these pieces of equipment have become popular for assessment and monitoring purposes in many fields of application.
Nevertheless, the requirements of a comprehensive site investigation may be complex and time-consuming and may involve multiple expertise and many pieces of equipment. The challenge is to step forward and provide effective integration between data outputs with different physical quantities, scale domains and resolutions. In this regard, enormous development opportunities relating to data fusion, integration and correlation between different NDT methods and theories are to be further investigated in the near future.
Within this framework, this Session primarily aims at disseminating contributions from state-of-the-art NDT methods and numerical developments, promoting the integration of existing equipment and the development of new algorithms, surveying techniques, methods and prototypes for effective monitoring and assessment of survey sites. Non-destructive testing techniques of interest are related – but not limited to – the application of acoustic emission (AE) testing, electromagnetic testing (ET), ground penetrating radar (GPR), geoelectric methods (GM), laser testing methods (LM), magnetic flux leakage (MFL), microwave testing, magnetic particle testing (MT), neutron radiographic testing (NR), radiographic testing (RT), thermal/infrared testing (IRT), ultrasonic testing (UT), seismic methods (SM), vibration analysis (VA), visual and optical testing (VT/OT).
The Session will focus on the application of different NDT methods and theories and will be related – but not limited to – the following investigation areas:
- advanced data fusion;
- advanced interpretation methods;
- design and development of new surveying equipment and prototypes;
- assessment and monitoring methods for site investigations;
- assessment and monitoring protocols and procedures for site investigations;
- comprehensive and inclusive information data systems for the monitoring and assessment of survey sites;
- numerical simulation and modelling of data outputs with different physical quantities, scale domains and resolutions;
- advances in NDT methods, numerical developments and applications (stand-alone use of existing and state-of-the-art NDTs).

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Co-organized as BG1.9/EMRP2.25/NH11.1
Convener: Andrea Benedetto | Co-conveners: Morteza (Amir) Alani, Andreas Loizos, Francesco Soldovieri, Fabio Tosti
Orals
| Tue, 09 Apr, 14:00–18:00
 
Room 0.96
Posters
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 08:30–10:15
 
Hall X1

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 08:30–10:15 | Hall X1

Chairperson: Luca Bianchini Ciampoli (IT), Christina Plati (GR) & Evert Slob (NL)
Poster Session - Data Fusion, Integration, Correlation and Advances of Non-destructive Testing Methods and Numerical Developments for Engineering and Geosciences Applications
Hall X1
X1.1 |
EGU2019-16974
Roberta Santarelli, Luca Bianchini Ciampoli, and Andrea Benedetto
Hall X1
X1.2 |
EGU2019-8101
Christina Plati, Andreas Loizos, and Konstantinos Gkyrtis
Hall X1
X1.3 |
EGU2019-16862
Andrea Benedetto, Luca Bianchini Ciampoli, Amir Morteza Alani, and Fabio Tosti
Hall X1
X1.4 |
EGU2019-14018
Evert Slob, Bingkun Yang, and Lele Zhang
Hall X1
X1.5 |
EGU2019-16561
Alessandro Calvi, Luca Bianchini Ciampoli, and Fabio Tosti
Hall X1
X1.6 |
EGU2019-12373
The Non-destructive detection of equipment piers using GPR
(withdrawn)
Yonghui Zhao, Cong An, Ruiqing Shen, Wenda Bi, and Shufan Hu
Hall X1
X1.7 |
EGU2019-13869
Oliver Pöschl, Robert Scholger, Renato Sarc, and Karl Reiselhuber
Hall X1
X1.8 |
EGU2019-16681
Bas des Tombe, Bart Schilperoort, Zoltán Perkó, Mark Bakker, Nick van de Giesen, and John Selker
Hall X1
X1.9 |
EGU2019-11532
Iraklis Giannakis, Fabio Tosti, Livia Lantini, and Amir M. Alani
Hall X1
X1.10 |
EGU2019-11467
Livia Lantini, Iraklis Giannakis, Fabio Tosti, Andrea Benedetto, and Amir M. Alani