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Applications de la thermographie infrarouge au controle non destructif des materiaux composites utilises en construction navale ArchiMer
Lesbre, F; Potet, P; Artiga, F.
Composite materials used in naval construction use mainly glass fibres and fabrics and epoxy resins for monolithic structures and syntactic foams or balsa wood for the core of sandwich structures. Traditional non destructive testing (NDT) methods such as ultrasonics or radiography do not always ensure a complete check of the structure, principally due to the strong heterogeneity of these materials. In order to improve this situation the DCN has developed a test method based on the use of active infrared thermography. The technique consists of illuminating the structure with a powerful lamp and observing the cooling of the surface with an infrared camera. Defects present act as obstacles to heat transmission in the material and cause thermal anomalies on...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Epoxy resins; Fibre glass; Ship technology; Composite materials; Sous marin; NDT; Infrarouge; Thermographie.
Ano: 1992 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1992/acte-1050.pdf
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Compte-rendu de la campagne OBSERVHAL98 - Observations à finalité halieutique ArchiMer
Latrouite, Daniel.
The scientific cruise Observhal98 took place in Biscay Bay, May 14 to June 6, 1998, with the submersible Nautile operated from the research vessel Nadir. The goal was to make direct underwater observations on fishes and invertebrates of commercial interest, on the environment in which they live and on the impact of fishing gears. A total of 22 dives, 2 to 5 hours long have been operated, ten by depth 1800 to 1000 m, three by 500 to 200 m, seven by 80 to 200 m and two in the water column. An in situ technic have been developped and operated from the submarine, with the aim of studying the growth scheme of deep water fishes. Specimen of Hoplostethus atlanticus and Trachyscorpia cristualata have been caught, anesthetised, injected with vital coloring and...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Halieutique; Nautile; Plongée; Sous marin; Expérimentation; Observation; Fisheries; Nautile; Dive; Submarine; Experimentation; Observation.
Ano: 1999 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1999/rapport-920.pdf
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The evolution of composite materials in submarine structures. ArchiMer
Lemiere, Y.
Since the sixties, the amount of composite structures on submarines has increased continuously. The main reasons are their low apparent weight in water, good behaviour in a marine environment, excellent mechanical properties and acoustic transparency. The new applications required the use of prepreg. Relevant processes had to be adapted to the large dimensions and thickness of the structures. Future applications will be concerned with both structures and internal equipment. A lively debate is now in progress over whether the successor to high yield strength steels for hull structures will be titanium or composite materials.
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Submarines; Ship technology; Composite materials; Structure; Sous marin; Matériau composite.
Ano: 1992 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1992/acte-1077.pdf
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