A diagnosis method for the detection of detachments occurring in ceilings made with the system beam-and-clay is presented. This analysis is carried out by an innovative, portable instrument. The apparatus is capable of automatically tapping a small area of the ceiling by the shot of a controlled-energy pin, and of simultaneously detecting the out of plane vibration of this area by a low-cost digital accelerometer. Different “levels” in vibration correspond to different movability for the ceiling. By comparing these movabilities, we are able to indicate detachment and its severity/extension. Results of a 1-year experimental campaign in schoolrooms encourage further development and widespread application of the instrument.

Design of an instrumentation for the automated damage detection in ceilings / Belletti, B.; Berardengo, M.; Collini, L.; Foresti, R.; Garziera, R.. - In: NDT & E INTERNATIONAL. - ISSN 0963-8695. - 94(2018), pp. 31-37. [10.1016/j.ndteint.2017.11.004]

Design of an instrumentation for the automated damage detection in ceilings

Belletti, B.;Berardengo, M.;Collini, L.
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Foresti, R.;Garziera, R.
2018

Abstract

A diagnosis method for the detection of detachments occurring in ceilings made with the system beam-and-clay is presented. This analysis is carried out by an innovative, portable instrument. The apparatus is capable of automatically tapping a small area of the ceiling by the shot of a controlled-energy pin, and of simultaneously detecting the out of plane vibration of this area by a low-cost digital accelerometer. Different “levels” in vibration correspond to different movability for the ceiling. By comparing these movabilities, we are able to indicate detachment and its severity/extension. Results of a 1-year experimental campaign in schoolrooms encourage further development and widespread application of the instrument.
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