Abdelhakim Bendada

Abdelhakim Bendada

Université Laval

H-index: 34

North America-Canada

Description

Abdelhakim Bendada, With an exceptional h-index of 34 and a recent h-index of 17 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Université Laval, specializes in the field of Infrared thermography, NDT, Computer vision, Thermophysics.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Professor Information

University

Université Laval

Position

Full Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering

Citations(all)

3953

Citations(since 2020)

1216

Cited By

3199

hIndex(all)

34

hIndex(since 2020)

17

i10Index(all)

93

i10Index(since 2020)

36

Email

University Profile Page

Université Laval

Research & Interests List

Infrared thermography

NDT

Computer vision

Thermophysics

Top articles of Abdelhakim Bendada

Non-destructive testing of materials by capacitive sensing

Composite materials have become essential materials in aerospace, renewable power generation, and other industries. The inspection of these materials has been traditionally performed using a variety of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) techniques such as ultrasound testing (UT), infrared thermography (IRT), and radiography (RT). Electromagnetic techniques, such as Eddy current testing (ECT) and the like have been explored for specific applications such as the evaluation of the conducting material, and its inspection efficiency is limited in non-conducting material and those with low conductivity because of the difficulty to sustain eddy currents in such materials. Recently, it was demonstrated that capacitive sensing could be applied to the inspection of these materials without the disadvantages associated with the other techniques. This approach effectively depicts changes in the dielectric properties of the materials due to, for example, imperfections or internal details, by moving a set of simple electrodes on the surface of the object. An AC voltage is applied to one or more electrodes and signals are detected in others. This is a potential method for imaging the internal structure of many materials, without the need to be in contact (ie lift-off) with the surface. In the framework of this paper, the general design factors such as the geometry of electrodes, number of electrodes and their arrangement, shielding and guarding for the capacitive sensor were introduced. The Finite Element (FE) modelling was employed to model the electric field distribution from the capacitive sensor, and how it interacts with a non-conducting sample. Physical experiments …

Authors

Farima Abdollahi,Sebastien Savard,Xavier Maldague,Tobin Filleter,Abdel Hakim Bendada

Journal

Automot. Eng

Published Date

2021

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What is Abdelhakim Bendada's h-index at Université Laval?

The h-index of Abdelhakim Bendada has been 17 since 2020 and 34 in total.

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are the top articles of Abdelhakim Bendada at Université Laval.

What are Abdelhakim Bendada's research interests?

The research interests of Abdelhakim Bendada are: Infrared thermography, NDT, Computer vision, Thermophysics

What is Abdelhakim Bendada's total number of citations?

Abdelhakim Bendada has 3,953 citations in total.

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