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Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers Series C
A method for discriminating a property of an object with the use of generated sound when striking it with a hammer is called a hammering test. This method, however, depends on human experience and skills. In addition, if we perform this test over a wide area of object, it is required to manually record hammering positions one by one. In order to solve these problems, this paper proposes a hammering test system consisting of a computer and a video camera, through which image and sound signals ofdoi:10.1299/kikaic.72.772 fatcat:ahcdjs3bf5cr3id5y3os52uhjy