Characterization of the Ply Boundaries in Carbone-Epoxy Composite Materials Using Longitudinal Ultrasonic Waves
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Composite materials find a number of applications nowadays in various engineering domains. The heterogeneous and anisotropic properties of the composite materials call for specific non-destructive evaluation methods and ultrasonic ones appear very suitable [ 1–3 ].