By H. Reginald Hardy Jr.
A learn of issues with regards to acoustic emission/microseismic (AE/MS) job. It covers simple fabric behaviour, tension wave propagation, transducer layout and set up, digital instrumentation, info acquisition and research, and sign processing, in addition to useful purposes.
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Acoustic Emission Microseismic Activity Volume 1: Principles, Techniques and Geotechnical Applications by H. Reginald Hardy Jr.