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Defence Science Journal
Acoustic emission (AE) monitoring is carried out during proof pressure testing of pressure vessels to find the occurrence of any crack growth-related phenomenon. While carrying out AE monitoring, it is often found that the background noise is very high. Along with the noise, the signal includes various phenomena related to crack growth, rubbing of fasteners, leaks, etc. Due to the presence of noise, it becomes difficult to identify signature of the original signals related to the abovedoi:10.14429/dsj.58.1677 fatcat:44rpvwj6k5fvfnyshalwk2ntji