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Locating Delamination in Composite Laminated Beams Using the Zero-Order Mode of Lamb Waves

By Yaolu Liu, Alamusi, Jinhua Li, Huiming Ning, Liangke Wu, Weifeng Yuan, Bin Gu and Ning Hu

Submitted: January 6th 2012Reviewed: May 21st 2012Published: August 22nd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/49991

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Yaolu Liu, Alamusi, Jinhua Li, Huiming Ning, Liangke Wu, Weifeng Yuan, Bin Gu and Ning Hu (August 22nd 2012). Locating Delamination in Composite Laminated Beams Using the Zero-Order Mode of Lamb Waves, Composites and Their Applications Ning Hu, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/49991. Available from:

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