Non-destructive evaluation now has a central place in modern technology both as a means of evaluating materials and products as they are manufactured and for confirmation of fitness for purpose while they are in use.
This series provides in-depth coverage of the wide range of techniques that are now available for the non-destructive evaluation of materials. Each volume will contain material that is relevant to final year undergraduates in Engineering, Materials Science and Physics in addition to post-graduate students, experienced research workers, and practising engineers. In some cases they will be written with taught courses in mind, while other texts will be for the qualified engineer or scientist who wishes to become familiar with a new topic at research level.
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