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New Procedures in Nondestructive Testing

Proceedings of the Germany-U.S. Workshop Fraunhofer-Institut, Saarbrücken, Germany Aug. 30 – Sept. 3, 1982

  • P. Höller

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXII
  2. Probes, Data Acquisition and Data Pre-Processing During Ultrasonic Testing

  3. Classification and Reconstruction of Defects by Ultrasonic Testing

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 93-93
    2. H. Ermert, D. Hiller, J. Schmolke
      Pages 105-112
    3. G. S. Kino, D. K. Peterson, S. D. Bennett
      Pages 113-125
    4. H.-A. Crostack, A. Krüger, W. R. Fischer
      Pages 127-131
    5. Laszlo Adler, Kent Lewis, Michel De Billy, Gerard Quentin
      Pages 163-174
    6. J. J. Tien, K. Liang, B. T. Khuri-Yakub, G. S. Kino, D. B. Marshall, A. G. Evans
      Pages 175-192
    7. A. Klein, H. J. Salzburger
      Pages 193-202
    8. H. Wüstenberg, A. Erhard, H.-J. Montag, G. Schenk
      Pages 213-228
  4. Forward Scattering

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 251-251
    2. H. Überall, P. J. Moser, A. Nagl, J. V. Subrahmanyam, P. P. Delsanto, J. D. Alemar et al.
      Pages 253-263
    3. B. R. Tittmann, J. M. Richardson, F. Cohen-Tenoudji, G. Quentin
      Pages 277-285
    4. D. O. Thompson, S. J. Wormley, James H. Rose, R. B. Thompson
      Pages 287-303
    5. R. B. Thompson, T. A. Gray, D. K. Hsu, James H. Rose, D. O. Thompson
      Pages 317-336
    6. C. H. Chou, K. Liang, B. T. Khuri-Yakub, G. S. Kino
      Pages 337-354
  5. Inverse Scattering

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 355-355
    2. J. D. Achenbach, A. N. Norris
      Pages 369-379
    3. K. J. Langenberg, D. Brück, M. Fischer
      Pages 381-391
    4. Wolfgang-M. Boerner, Vithal K. S. Mirmira, Anthony C. Manson, Chau-W. Yang, Ajay K. Buti
      Pages 413-424
  6. Acoustic Emission

  7. Electrical and Magnetical Methods Theory and Applications

About these proceedings

Introduction

During recent years an increasing amount of research has been conducted to develop methods and procedures for improving inter­ pretation in nondestructive testing. This research covers appro­ priate testing procedures as well as the algorithms for interpre­ tation. In several cases a state has been reached which allows for implementation. The objective of the workshop was to bring together researchers and industrial users of both countries and colleagues from other countries for a thorough and critical discussion of how far we have come and where we have to go to solve the basic practical problems of interpretation in nondestructive testing and of data acquisition necessary for this purpose. Dr. Dau from EPRI stated during the last International Confer­ ence for Nondestructive Testing in Nuclear Industry that from the point of view of time and money spent research is the smallest part of innovation but, I would like to add in full agreement with him, the most essential. Without successful research innovation is not possible at all; but neither research and invention nor any other step in an innovation procedure can be left out. Our philosophy is to keep researchers involved until the end of the innovation. That means until a new or improved NOT-method is approved under industrial environment and implemented in industry. There can be no doubt that the further we proceed on this long road the more industry will have to be involved and assume the initiative, responsibility and the leading role.

Keywords

algorithms environment nondestructive testing

Editors and affiliations

  • P. Höller
    • 1
  1. 1.Fraunhofer-Institut für Zerstörungsfreie PrüfverfahrenSaarbrücken 11Germany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-02363-1
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1983
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-662-02365-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-662-02363-1
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