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Non-neutral catalyst and reaction energy recovery to minimize the energy consumption for hydrogen production by recyclably indirect H2O electrolysis and CO2 capture EI SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 180 , 1203-1216 | Energy Conversion and Management
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Hydrogen utilization and CO2 capture significantly improve the environment. In order to reduce the energy penalty of hydrogen production and CO2 capture, the idea of this work is to integrate the hydrogen production and CO2 capture. Here, the recyclable electro-driven process of CO2 capture and indirect H2O electrolysis was developed. In the process, the energy recovery system was developed to utilize the reaction heat. The non-neutral Ni based catalyst with single-atom catalysis was designed. DFT model and energy recovery model were developed. The turnover frequency, transmission value, electron density, band structure, reaction kinetics of hydrogen production and CO2 desorption were determined. A mechanism of second dehydrogenation and second hydrogen release was identified for the non-neutral catalysis. Non-neutral NiAlTiR+ catalyst enhanced the electron transport and made electron dense region extend to the single atom zone. The 90% yield of hydrogen was produced due to the fast electron transport. The well regenerated catalyst during the 25 cycles produced the 80–90% turnover frequency and transmission compared with the fresh catalyst. The non-neutral catalyst, catalyst regeneration and reaction energy recovery reduced the energy consumption for H2 production and CO2 capture to 0.4 V and 1 GJ/t. © 2018

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CO2 capture Electron transport Energy recovery system Fast electron transport Hydrogen utilization Non-neutral Transmission value Turnover frequency

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GB/T 7714 Yu, Yunsong , Zhang, Chen , Zhang, Zaoxiao et al. Non-neutral catalyst and reaction energy recovery to minimize the energy consumption for hydrogen production by recyclably indirect H2O electrolysis and CO2 capture [J]. | Energy Conversion and Management , 2019 , 180 : 1203-1216 .
MLA Yu, Yunsong et al. "Non-neutral catalyst and reaction energy recovery to minimize the energy consumption for hydrogen production by recyclably indirect H2O electrolysis and CO2 capture" . | Energy Conversion and Management 180 (2019) : 1203-1216 .
APA Yu, Yunsong , Zhang, Chen , Zhang, Zaoxiao , Wang, Geoff G.X. . Non-neutral catalyst and reaction energy recovery to minimize the energy consumption for hydrogen production by recyclably indirect H2O electrolysis and CO2 capture . | Energy Conversion and Management , 2019 , 180 , 1203-1216 .
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Synergistic Effects of Mg and N Cosubstitution on Enhanced Dehydrogenation Properties of LiBH4: A First-Principles Study SCIE
期刊论文 | 2019 , 123 (3) , 1550-1558 | JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C
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A metal + nonmetal (Mg + N) partial cosubstitution method for improving the dehydrogenation properties of lithium borohydride (LiBH4), which is a potential solid hydrogen storage material, is proposed. A detailed analysis of the electronic structure, charge density redistribution, and dehydrogenation properties reveals that the cosubstitution has a more positive effect on several properties, including the thermal stability, hydrogen dissociation energy, and dehydrogenation temperature, than the single substitution of Mg or N. When Mg and N are codoped into LiBH4, its formation enthalpy increases from -0.332 to -0.293 eV.atom(-1) and its thermal stability decreases. Moreover, density functional theory calculations of the Mg + N cosubstituted system show that its hydrogen dissociation energy is the lowest and the onset dehydrogenation temperature is reduced to 160.5 degrees C, indicating that Mg + N cosubstitution can significantly promote the dehydrogenation thermodynamic performance of LiBH4 materials.

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GB/T 7714 Huang, Zhuonan , Wang, Yuqi , Wang, Di et al. Synergistic Effects of Mg and N Cosubstitution on Enhanced Dehydrogenation Properties of LiBH4: A First-Principles Study [J]. | JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C , 2019 , 123 (3) : 1550-1558 .
MLA Huang, Zhuonan et al. "Synergistic Effects of Mg and N Cosubstitution on Enhanced Dehydrogenation Properties of LiBH4: A First-Principles Study" . | JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C 123 . 3 (2019) : 1550-1558 .
APA Huang, Zhuonan , Wang, Yuqi , Wang, Di , Yang, Fusheng , Wu, Zhen , Zheng, Lan et al. Synergistic Effects of Mg and N Cosubstitution on Enhanced Dehydrogenation Properties of LiBH4: A First-Principles Study . | JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C , 2019 , 123 (3) , 1550-1558 .
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Optimum output temperature setting and an improved bed structure of metal hydride hydrogen storage reactor for thermal energy storage EI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 | International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
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As the well-known solid hydrogen storage materials, metal hydrides (MHs) have been developed systematically for decades. During recent years, due to the development of thermal energy storage (TES) market, they have also received much attention gradually as the excellent TES materials because of the high energy density, low cost, and good reversibility. In this study, the stabilized discharging performance of an MH reactor for TES was investigated by numerical simulation. A mathematical model combining multi-physics and proportional-integral controller was established. Based on finite-time thermodynamics, gravimetric exergy-output rate (GEOR) considering the control requirement, finite-material, and finite-time constraints was defined. For a given reactor, the output temperature setting could be optimized based on GEOR. Besides, the effects of the reactor parameters on the optimum output temperature setting were systematically studied. The heat transfer analysis indicated the occurrence of the axial non-uniform reaction in the bed due to the inherent increase in the temperature of heat transfer fluid, resulting in the decrease of both GEOR and material availability. Accordingly, a new tapered bed structure (L/Do= 600/50 mm) was proposed to effectively improve the discharging efficiency from 76 to 90% and GEOR from 65 to 120 W kg−1, which provides a helpful guidance for the advanced designing and construction of MH reactor for the practical TES applications. © 2018 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC

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Bed structures Finite time thermodynamics Metal hydrides Non-uniform Temperature setting

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GB/T 7714 Feng, Penghui , Zhu, Luying , Zhang, Yang et al. Optimum output temperature setting and an improved bed structure of metal hydride hydrogen storage reactor for thermal energy storage [J]. | International Journal of Hydrogen Energy , 2018 .
MLA Feng, Penghui et al. "Optimum output temperature setting and an improved bed structure of metal hydride hydrogen storage reactor for thermal energy storage" . | International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2018) .
APA Feng, Penghui , Zhu, Luying , Zhang, Yang , Yang, Fusheng , Wu, Zhen , Zhang, Zaoxiao . Optimum output temperature setting and an improved bed structure of metal hydride hydrogen storage reactor for thermal energy storage . | International Journal of Hydrogen Energy , 2018 .
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Hydrodynamic Characteristics and Particle Removal Efficiency Off-gas from Urea Prilling Tower in Spraying Scrubber EI Scopus CSCD PKU
期刊论文 | 2018 , 32 (4) , 785-793 | Gao Xiao Hua Xue Gong Cheng Xue Bao/Journal of Chemical Engineering of Chinese Universities
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Spray scrubbing is effective to remove hydrophilic particles from Urea Prilling Tower. Simulation of dust removal based on particle capture mechanism was investigated for spray scrubbing process. Numerical simulation and experiments were conducted to study flow characteristics and key factors such as gas velocity, spraying density and particle size were analyzed. The results show that: 1) air flow near wall has maximum velocity with wall flow, which leads to dust escape. 2) particle removal efficiency increases with the increase of spraying density, but the increase rate gradually decreases. Dust removal efficiency does not always decrease with the increase of gas velocity. For example, when spraying density is 2 m∙h-1 and gas velocity is 2.5 m∙s-1, removal efficiency increases. 3) Removal efficiency of particles > 10μm can reach 95%. However, the removal of particles < 10 μm is difficult due to the random movement of fine particles. 4) gas velocity has few effects on particle removal efficiency. Therefore, it is more effective to improve particle removal efficiency by increasing spraying density. © 2018, Editorial Board of "Journal of Chemical Engineering of Chinese Universities". All right reserved.

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Dust removal efficiency Flow charac-teristics Hydrodynamic characteristics Hydrophilic particles Maximum velocity Particle capture Particle removal efficiency Removal efficiencies

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Si-Min , Wang, Jia-Rui , Song, Chen et al. Hydrodynamic Characteristics and Particle Removal Efficiency Off-gas from Urea Prilling Tower in Spraying Scrubber [J]. | Gao Xiao Hua Xue Gong Cheng Xue Bao/Journal of Chemical Engineering of Chinese Universities , 2018 , 32 (4) : 785-793 .
MLA Wang, Si-Min et al. "Hydrodynamic Characteristics and Particle Removal Efficiency Off-gas from Urea Prilling Tower in Spraying Scrubber" . | Gao Xiao Hua Xue Gong Cheng Xue Bao/Journal of Chemical Engineering of Chinese Universities 32 . 4 (2018) : 785-793 .
APA Wang, Si-Min , Wang, Jia-Rui , Song, Chen , Zhang, Zao-Xiao , Wen, Jian . Hydrodynamic Characteristics and Particle Removal Efficiency Off-gas from Urea Prilling Tower in Spraying Scrubber . | Gao Xiao Hua Xue Gong Cheng Xue Bao/Journal of Chemical Engineering of Chinese Universities , 2018 , 32 (4) , 785-793 .
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常压立式油气储罐碎片撞击及防护措施研究
期刊论文 | 2018 , (4) , 59-66 | 压力容器
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掌握油气储罐受碎片冲击的失效机理,并提出可行的安全防护措施,对进一步提高油气储罐在极端条件下的安全保障意义重大.应用LS-DYNA软件模拟计算探究了块状碎片对圆筒形储罐实体撞击失效过程中影响其损伤程度的主要因素,揭示了罐体被碎片撞击侵彻失效的典型特征,并提出了在储罐之间架设一定高度的爆炸碎片撞击防护网的安全保障提升措施.为了定量论证架设安全防护网的防护效果,建立了新的引入撞击防护安全网的Monte-Carlo撞击概率求解模型,对目标罐体的撞击概率重新计算.结果显示,安全防护网的高度与防撞击概率呈线性回归关系,架设6m高的防护网就可使爆炸碎片撞击概率较无防护网时降低近一个数量级.

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撞击防护 油气储罐 Monte-Carlo模型 碎片冲击

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GB/T 7714 冯瑞 , 张早校 , 段权 et al. 常压立式油气储罐碎片撞击及防护措施研究 [J]. | 压力容器 , 2018 , (4) : 59-66 .
MLA 冯瑞 et al. "常压立式油气储罐碎片撞击及防护措施研究" . | 压力容器 4 (2018) : 59-66 .
APA 冯瑞 , 张早校 , 段权 , 牟善军 , 张树才 , 刘全桢 et al. 常压立式油气储罐碎片撞击及防护措施研究 . | 压力容器 , 2018 , (4) , 59-66 .
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Recognition of leak CO2 with wavelet analysis based on correlation monitoring between CO2 and O-2 in atmosphere EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 114 , 64-78 | PROCESS SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
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It is necessary to monitor and identify CO2 leakage from geosequestration project. Some experiments were designed to test the feasibility of characterization and recognition method for CO2 leakage based on correlation analysis between atmospheric CO2 and O-2. The monitoring results showed that atmospheric CO2 had a good linear relationship with O-2, especially in the day time. The variations of CO2 and O-2 were influenced by the weather condition. The results of emission experiments proved the capability of coupling monitoring atmospheric CO2 and O-2 to recognize the abnormal CO2 signal due to leakage. Moreover, two parameters, ALF (apparent leakage flux) and ALFs (apparent leakage flux based on surplus variable) were used to distinguish CO2 leakage in real time. The monitoring results verified that it was feasible to identify CO2 leakage with these two parameters. Compared with the results after median filter, the abrupt leakage signal can be more easily recognized with that after wavelet filter. ALFs can be applied to estimate the elevated concentration due to leakage, which can also be predicted by interpolating with related variation of atmospheric O-2. ALF reflects the relative leakage rate. Therefore, it is practicable to identify leakage event in real time with the method proposed in this paper. (C) 2017 Institution of Chemical Engineers. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Leakage monitoring Geosequestration safety Storage failure Gas leakage Leakage risk Leakage verification Correlation analysis

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GB/T 7714 Ma, Denglong , Tan, Wei , Zhang, Zaoxiao et al. Recognition of leak CO2 with wavelet analysis based on correlation monitoring between CO2 and O-2 in atmosphere [J]. | PROCESS SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION , 2018 , 114 : 64-78 .
MLA Ma, Denglong et al. "Recognition of leak CO2 with wavelet analysis based on correlation monitoring between CO2 and O-2 in atmosphere" . | PROCESS SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 114 (2018) : 64-78 .
APA Ma, Denglong , Tan, Wei , Zhang, Zaoxiao , Wang, Xiaoqiao , Xia, Fengshe , Hu, Jun . Recognition of leak CO2 with wavelet analysis based on correlation monitoring between CO2 and O-2 in atmosphere . | PROCESS SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION , 2018 , 114 , 64-78 .
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Numerical and experimental study of La-Ni hydriding kinetics based on the varying-size model EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 176 , 580-599 | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
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Particle size often varies during gas-solid heterogeneous reactions. For example, metal hydrides (MH) can reversibly absorb and desorb H-2, accompanied by the expansion and shrinkage of the alloy particles, respectively. Although the traditional shrinking-core model (SCM) can be used to describe the H-2 absorption/desorption process, the calculation results from SCM show relatively large deviations from the experimental data without considering the factor of particle expansion/shrinkage. Therefore, we proposed a shrinking-core-varying-size model (SC-VSM, henceforth VSM) for MH particles that accurately determines the kinetics equation with particle deformation. Three types of control mechanism including H-2 dissociative chemisorption, H internal diffusion, and surface reaction were studied extensively, and the rate-controlling step for both VSM and SCM was determined to be the internal diffusion of H. Hydriding experiments on the systems of LaNi5 and LaNi4.5Al0.5 were performed under quasiisothermal and variable-pressure conditions. The simulation results indicated that the new VSM was highly consistent with the experimental data for both alloys, evidently providing higher precision than the traditional SCM. The simplified forms of the VSM diffusion equations for LaNi5 and LaNi4.5Al0.5 were also developed to facilitate their practicability during the hydriding process: [GRAPHICS] LaNi5 : 1.426 - 1.419(1 - X)(2/3) - 0.046(1 - X)(5/3) - 0.95X + 0.038(1 - X)(2) = t/tau'(diff) LaNi4.5Al0.5 : 1.362 - 1.35(1 - X)(2/3) - 0.069(1 - X)(5/3) - 0.90X + 0.057(1 - X)(2) = t/tau'(diff) (C) 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Metal hydride Reaction kinetics Varying-size model Shrinking-core model Gas-solid phase

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GB/T 7714 Song, Jing , Wang, Yuqi , Li, Shanshan et al. Numerical and experimental study of La-Ni hydriding kinetics based on the varying-size model [J]. | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE , 2018 , 176 : 580-599 .
MLA Song, Jing et al. "Numerical and experimental study of La-Ni hydriding kinetics based on the varying-size model" . | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE 176 (2018) : 580-599 .
APA Song, Jing , Wang, Yuqi , Li, Shanshan , He, Ceng , Wang, Di , Yang, Fusheng et al. Numerical and experimental study of La-Ni hydriding kinetics based on the varying-size model . | CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE , 2018 , 176 , 580-599 .
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Fluid-thermal-structural analysis and structural optimization of spiral-wound heat exchanger EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 95 , 42-52 | INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS IN HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER
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Based on the liquid-solid-thermal coupling method, the effects of configuration parameters on the flow characteristic, the heat transfer performance and the stress distribution on the tube bundle of spiral-wound heat exchanger (SWHE) were numerically studied. The results show that the shell-side flow patterns change from cross flow into oblique flow and the overall heat transfer coefficient increases firstly and then decreases with the increase of the wingding angle. The maximum stress intensity decreases firstly with the increase of the inlet flow rate and then decreases. The thermal stress takes a leading position in the tube bundle stress distribution attributed to the higher heat transfer temperature difference. With the inlet flow rate increasing, the heat transfer is enhanced and the temperature difference decreases which result in the decrease of the proportion of thermal stress and the increase of the impact of the primary stress. The optimal structure was obtained by the Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithm based on the Genetic Aggregation response surface. Compared with the original structure, the average comprehensive performance of three optimal candidates of SWHE increase by 57.64% and the maximum stresses intensity of the tube bundle are far less than the material allowable stress.

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Parametric modeling Spiral-wound heat exchanger Multi-objective genetic algorithm Fluid-thermal-structural analysis

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Simin , Jian, Guanping , Xiao, Juan et al. Fluid-thermal-structural analysis and structural optimization of spiral-wound heat exchanger [J]. | INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS IN HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2018 , 95 : 42-52 .
MLA Wang, Simin et al. "Fluid-thermal-structural analysis and structural optimization of spiral-wound heat exchanger" . | INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS IN HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER 95 (2018) : 42-52 .
APA Wang, Simin , Jian, Guanping , Xiao, Juan , Wen, Jian , Zhang, Zaoxiao , Tu, Jiyuan . Fluid-thermal-structural analysis and structural optimization of spiral-wound heat exchanger . | INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS IN HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER , 2018 , 95 , 42-52 .
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Effects of non-aqueous solvents on CO2 absorption in monoethanolamine: Ab initio calculations EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 44 (10) , 815-825 | MOLECULAR SIMULATION
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Monoethanolamine (MEA) is the most typical alkanolamine and its aqueous solutions are widely used for CO2 absorption with mature technology, but the regeneration process is energy consuming. To reduce the energy demand, non-aqueous solvents, such as methanol and ethanol are proposed to substitute water in amine solutions. To understand the influence of the aqueous and non-aqueous solvents on CO2 capture process, the chemical reactions of MEA absorbing CO2 were conducted via ab initio calculations. The non-aqueous solvents discussed in this paper are methanol, ethanol, 1-propanol and 2-propanol. The reaction patterns were investigated and energy barriers were observed. The results show that zwitterion formation and the followed intermolecular hydrogen transfer are proven to be the most possible reaction pattern in both aqueous and non-aqueous solvents. The energy analysis shows that the forward reaction energy barriers increase while the backward barriers decrease as the solvent changes from water to methanol, ethanol, 1-propanol and 2-propanol in turn. The decreases of the energy barriers for backward processes are much higher than the corresponding increases for forward processes. These results indicate that lower energies are required in non-aqueous solvents than in water during the desorption reactions and the non-aqueous solvents are very promising to reduce the regeneration energy consumption in MEA capturing CO2 process. Moreover, the reaction energy gaps between different solvation effects were found to have linear relationship with the logarithm of the dielectric constant difference, which could provide an easy way to theoretically predict the reaction energies of monoethanolamine absorbing CO2 in other solvation effect and can be used to screen appropriate CO2 capture solvent.

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energy gaps molecular simulation CO2 absorption dielectric constant non-aqueous solvation effect

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Tingting , Yu, Yunsong , Zhang, Zaoxiao . Effects of non-aqueous solvents on CO2 absorption in monoethanolamine: Ab initio calculations [J]. | MOLECULAR SIMULATION , 2018 , 44 (10) : 815-825 .
MLA Zhang, Tingting et al. "Effects of non-aqueous solvents on CO2 absorption in monoethanolamine: Ab initio calculations" . | MOLECULAR SIMULATION 44 . 10 (2018) : 815-825 .
APA Zhang, Tingting , Yu, Yunsong , Zhang, Zaoxiao . Effects of non-aqueous solvents on CO2 absorption in monoethanolamine: Ab initio calculations . | MOLECULAR SIMULATION , 2018 , 44 (10) , 815-825 .
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A new qualitative acoustic emission parameter based on Shannon's entropy for damage monitoring EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 100 , 617-629 | MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING
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An important objective of acoustic emission (AE) non-destructive monitoring is to accurately identify approaching critical damage and to avoid premature failure by means of the evolutions of AE parameters. One major drawback of most parameters such as count and rise time is that they are strongly dependent on the threshold and other settings employed in AE data acquisition system. This may hinder the correct reflection of original waveform generated from AE sources and consequently bring difficulty for the accurate identification of the critical damage and early failure. In this investigation, a new qualitative AE parameter based on Shannon's entropy, i.e. AE entropy is proposed for damage monitoring. Since it derives from the uncertainty of amplitude distribution of each AE waveform, it is independent of the threshold and other time-driven parameters and can characterize the original micro-structural deformations. Fatigue crack growth test on CrMoV steel and three point bending test on a ductile material are conducted to validate the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed parameter. The results show that the new parameter, compared to AE amplitude, is more effective in discriminating the different damage stages and identifying the critical damage. (C) 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Fatigue crack Entropy Damage Fracture Acoustic emission

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GB/T 7714 Chai, Mengyu , Zhang, Zaoxiao , Duan, Quan . A new qualitative acoustic emission parameter based on Shannon's entropy for damage monitoring [J]. | MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING , 2018 , 100 : 617-629 .
MLA Chai, Mengyu et al. "A new qualitative acoustic emission parameter based on Shannon's entropy for damage monitoring" . | MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING 100 (2018) : 617-629 .
APA Chai, Mengyu , Zhang, Zaoxiao , Duan, Quan . A new qualitative acoustic emission parameter based on Shannon's entropy for damage monitoring . | MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING , 2018 , 100 , 617-629 .
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