• Sergii Filonenko National Aviation University



acoustic emission, composite material, resultant signal, amplitude, machining, surface layer destruction


The results of acoustic emission signals modeling during the composite materials machining for the mechanical model of material’s surface layer destruction in dependence of its properties dispersion is considered. It is shown that variation of composite materials disperse properties does not effect on the nature of acoustic emission. The influence of composite materials disperse properties on acoustic emission amplitude parameters is determined. It is show that with global increase of acoustic emission amplitude parameters the variance of the average level of the resultant acoustic emission signal amplitude has the highest sensitivity.

Author Biography

Sergii Filonenko, National Aviation University

Filonenko Sergii. Doctor of Engineering. Professor.
Director of the Institute of Information-Diagnostic Systems, National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Education: Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Kyiv, Ukraine (1977).
Research area: diagnostics of technological processes and objects, automatic diagnostic systems.


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How to Cite

Filonenko, S. (2015). THE CONNECTION OF ACOUSTIC EMISSION WITH A PROPERTIES DISPERSION OF COMPOSITE MATERIAL MACHINING. Proceedings of National Aviation University, 64(3), 105–110.