Kai Wang
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Characterizing hypervelocity impact (HVI)-induced pitting damage using active guided ultrasonic waves: from linear to nonlinear
M Liu, K Wang, CJ Lissenden, Q Wang, Q Zhang, R Long, Z Su, F Cui
Materials 10 (5), 547, 2017
212017
Fatigue crack detection in pipes with multiple mode nonlinear guided waves
R Guan, Y Lu, K Wang, Z Su
Structural Health Monitoring 18 (1), 180-192, 2019
202019
Analytical insight into “breathing” crack-induced acoustic nonlinearity with an application to quantitative evaluation of contact cracks
K Wang, M Liu, Z Su, S Yuan, Z Fan
Ultrasonics 88, 157-167, 2018
202018
Nonlinear aspects of “breathing” crack-disturbed plate waves: 3-D analytical modeling with experimental validation
K Wang, Y Li, Z Su, R Guan, Y Lu, S Yuan
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 159, 140-150, 2019
142019
Detection and sizing of disbond in multilayer bonded structure using modally selective guided wave
K Wang, M Liu, W Cao, W Yang, Z Su, F Cui
Structural Health Monitoring 20 (3), 904-916, 2021
122021
Orienting fatigue cracks using contact acoustic nonlinearity in scattered plate waves
Kai Wang, Zheng Fan, Zhongqing Su
Smart Materials and Structures 27 (9), 09LT01, 2018
102018
Diffuse ultrasonic wave-based structural health monitoring for railway turnouts
K Wang, W Cao, L Xu, X Yang, Z Su, X Zhang, L Chen
Ultrasonics 101, 106031, 2020
82020
Dispersed sensing networks in nano-engineered polymer composites: From static strain measurement to ultrasonic wave acquisition
Y Li, K Wang, Z Su
Sensors 18 (5), 1398, 2018
82018
Analytical modeling of contact acoustic nonlinearity of guided waves and its application to evaluating severity of fatigue damage
K Wang, Z Su
Health Monitoring of Structural and Biological Systems 2016 9805, 98050L, 2016
82016
Microstructural material characterization of hypervelocity-impact-induced pitting damage
W Cao, Y Wang, P Zhou, X Yang, K Wang, B Pang, R Chi, Z Su
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 163, 105097, 2019
52019
Quantitative fatigue crack evaluation in pipeline structures using nonlinear cylindrical waves
R Guan, Y Lu, K Wang, Z Su
Smart Materials and Structures 28 (2), 025015, 2018
32018
A simplified analytical model for the investigation of contact acoustic nonlinearity in pipe structures
R Guan, Y Lu, F Zou, K Wang, Z Su
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 197, 106328, 2021
22021
Temperature effect on all-inkjet-printed nanocomposite piezoresistive sensors for ultrasonics-based health monitoring
P Zhou, W Cao, Y Liao, K Wang, X Yang, J Yang, Y Su, L Xu, L Zhou, ...
Composites Science and Technology 197, 108273, 2020
22020
Advancing elastic wave imaging using thermal susceptibility of acoustic nonlinearity
K Wang, W Cao, M Liu, Y Li, P Zhou, Z Su
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 175, 105509, 2020
22020
A Structural health monitoring approach based on contact acoustic nonlinearity and its application to quantitative evaluation of fatigue cracks
K Wang, Z Su
NDT. net, 2016
22016
Acousto-ultrasonics-based health monitoring for nano-engineered composites using a dispersive graphene-networked sensing system
Y Li, K Wang, Q Wang, J Yang, P Zhou, Y Su, S Guo, Z Su
Structural Health Monitoring 20 (1), 240-254, 2021
12021
A reverse time migration-based multistep angular spectrum approach for ultrasonic imaging of specimens with irregular surfaces
X Yang, K Wang, Y Xu, L Xu, W Hu, H Wang, Z Su
Ultrasonics 108, 106233, 2020
12020
Nonlinear ultrasonic evaluation of disorderedly clustered pitting damage using an in situ sensor network
W Cao, K Wang, P Zhou, X Yang, L Xu, M Liu, P Fromme, B Pang, R Chi, ...
Structural Health Monitoring 19 (6), 1989-2006, 2020
12020
Quantitative characterization of hypervelocity debris cloud-induced pitting damage in AL-Whipple shields using nonlinear ultrasonic waves
W Cao, P Zhou, K Wang, Y Wang, R Chi, B Pang, Z Su
Proc. ISWHM, 2019
12019
Detection of fatigue crack in an aluminium pipe with nonlinear guided waves
R Guan, Y Lu, K Wang, Z Su
12018
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