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Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation

Volume 4A

  • Donald O. Thompson
  • Dale E. Chimenti

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Keynote Address

  3. Ultrasonics

    1. Probability of Detection

      1. R. K. Elsley, K. W. Fertig, J. M. Richardson, F. Cohen-Tenoudji
        Pages 19-26
      2. K. W. Fertig, J. M. Richardson, R. K. Elsley
        Pages 27-35
    2. Scattering

      1. D. K. Rehbein, R. B. Thompson, O. Buck
        Pages 61-71
      2. Y. C. Angel, J. D. Achenbach
        Pages 83-89
      3. J. D. Achenbach, K.-Y. Hu, A. N. Norris, T. A. Gray, R. B. Thompson
        Pages 91-102
      4. Anton Nagl, Y. J. Stoyanov, J. V. Subrahmanyam, H. Überall, P. P. Delsanto, J. D. Alemar et al.
        Pages 161-165
    3. Transducers and Signal Processing

      1. D. Eitzen, N. Hsu, A. Carasso, T. Proctor
        Pages 179-188
      2. Roger W. Y. Chan, Douglas Sharp, D. Robert Hay, Jean-Pierre Monchalin, Jean Bussiere
        Pages 213-223
      3. Raymond E. Schramm, John C. Moulder
        Pages 225-232
      4. John M. Richardson, Kenneth W. Fertig Jr.
        Pages 241-252
    4. Imaging and Reconstruction

  4. Eddy Currents

    1. Probability of Detection

    2. Modeling

      1. D. Mirshekar-Syahkal, R. Collins, D. H. Michael
        Pages 349-357
      2. C. V. Dodd, C. D. Cox, W. E. Deeds
        Pages 359-364
    3. Probes and Instruments

      1. Gerd Dobmann, Kurt Betzold, Paul Höller
        Pages 387-400
      2. F. R. Fickett, T. E. Capobianco
        Pages 401-410
      3. J. C. Moulder, J. C. Gerlitz, B. A. Auld, M. Riaziat, S. Jeffries, G. McFetridge
        Pages 411-420
      4. J. P. Watjen, A. J. Bahr
        Pages 437-442

About this book

Introduction

This volume (parts A and B) contains the edited papers presented at the annual Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE held at the University of California, San Diego, July 8-13, 1984. We have chosen to organize the papers by subject, an arrangement that we feel to be more useful for a reference volume than the order of paper presentation at the Review. To do this, topical subject headings have been selected under which the large majority of papers reasonably fall. These categories cover a broad spectrum of research in NDE and encompass activities from funda­ mental work to early engineering applications. The scope and depth of the Review may be easily assessed by examination of the Table of Contents. The Review was sponsored by the Center for Advanced NDE at the Ames Lab­ oratory of the U.S. Dept. of Energy in cooperation with the Office of Basic Energy Sciences, USDOE, the Materials Laboratory at Wright-Patterson AFB, and the Naval Sea Systems Command. Approximately 300 attendees re­ presenting various government agencies, industry, and universities parti­ cipated in the technical presentations, poster sessions, and discussions. This Review, possibly the most comprehensive annual symposium in NDE, provides a valuable forum for the timely exchange of technical informa­ tion. A few highlights of the Review are summarized in the following paragraphs.

Keywords

Fourier transform automation calibration energy fatigue finite element method metals microscopy modeling resonance signal signal processing transducer ultrasonic testing ultrasound

Editors and affiliations

  • Donald O. Thompson
    • 1
  • Dale E. Chimenti
    • 2
  1. 1.Ames Laboratory (USDOE)Iowa State UniversityAmesUSA
  2. 2.Materials LaboratoryAir Force Wright Aeronautical LaboratoriesDaytonUSA

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