Журнал Российского общества по неразрушающему контролю и технической диагностике
The journal of the Russian society for non-destructive testing and technical diagnostic
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2022, 06 June

DOI: 10.14489/td.2022.06.pp.038-047

Altay Ye., Fedorov A. V., Stepanova K. A.
(pp. 38-47)

Abstract. In this article, a method for processing acoustic information is presented to assess the correlation relationship of information components and noise of acoustic emission (AE) signals. The method is based on a polynomial approximation of bidirectional Butterworth high and low pass filters. The operability of the processing method on full-scale samples of the noisy AE signal is analyzed and the evaluation of the received processing is carried out on the basis of quantitative indicators. Bidirectional implementation of high-pass filters improves the quality of processing when compared with a low-pass filter. To assess the correlation relationship using the considered processing method, fragments of the information component and noise are isolated from the noisy signal. Based on the selected components, a high correlation relationship between AE information signals and noise has been established.

Keywords: аcoustic control, acoustic emission signals processing, correlation relationship, signal-to-noise ratio.

Ye. Altay, A. V. Fedorov, K. A. Stepanova (National Research ITMO University. Saint-Petersburg, Russia) Е-mail: Данный адрес e-mail защищен от спам-ботов, Вам необходимо включить Javascript для его просмотра. , Данный адрес e-mail защищен от спам-ботов, Вам необходимо включить Javascript для его просмотра. , Данный адрес e-mail защищен от спам-ботов, Вам необходимо включить Javascript для его просмотра.  

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