Diagnostic and monitoring of historical vehicle engines by acoustic emission testing

Brambilla, Laura (Haute Ecole Arc Conservation-Restauration, HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and arts Western Switzerland) ; Chalançon, Brice (Musée nationale de l'Automobile, Mulhouse, France) ; Emilie Cornet (Haute Ecole Arc Conservation-Restauration, HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and arts Western Switzerland) ; Rapp, Guillaume (Haute Ecole Arc Conservation-Restauration, HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and arts Western Switzerland) ; Roda Buch, Alejandro (Haute Ecole Arc Conservation-Restauration, HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and arts Western Switzerland ; Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)

The ACUME project aims at developing a non-invasive diagnostic tool for the engines of historical vehicles conserved in museums and collections. This tool will help conservator-restorers to make a decision and implement the reactivation of engines stopped for long time. The Acoustic Emission (AE) technique allows to detect malfunctions before they are audible by human ear. It is used in the field of automotive industry for the diagnostic of new engines and in different fields of cultural heritage for the evaluation of historical objects and artworks.


Keywords:
Conference Type:
poster
Faculty:
Design et Arts visuels
Branch:
Conservation
School:
HE-Arc CR
Institute:
Unité de recherche en Conservation-restauration de la Haute Ecole Arc - UR-ARC CR
Subject(s):
Conservation - Restauration
Publisher:
Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 02-06 september 2019
Date:
2019-09
Neuchâtel, Switzerland
02-06 september 2019
Pagination:
1
Published in:
Metal 2019, 9th interim meeting of the ICOM-CC metals working group
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