LASER ULTRASONIC MEASUREMENT OF MECHANICAL DECAY IN LIMESTONE CAUSED BY FREEZE-THAW CYCLES
Keywords:exterior cladding material, civil construction, laser ultrasonic structuroscopy
In this article, an innovative new method of non-destructive testing for estimating the sensitivity of limestone is presented. An advantage of the laser ultrasonic structuroscopy method is the time and the quality, due to which less tests are necessary for an analysis of rock properties. Limestone is measured with an innovative structural control method, which shows a good qualitative and quantitative agreement with the basic structural analysis.
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