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Russian Journal of Nondestructive Testing

, Volume 40, Issue 7, pp 498–501 | Cite as

Acoustic emission diagnostics of the tsar bell’s state

  • S. I. Builo
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Abstract

It was at the beginning of 1986 when I was summoned by I.I. Vorovich, director of our Institute of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics at Rostov State University. He instructed me (at that time, I was the head of the acoustic emission laboratory) to prepare for a business trip to Moscow. The reason for this was that, a few days before our conversation, Yu.A. Zhdanov, rector of the Rostov State University (RSU), received the following letter from Moscow signed by the Commander of the Dzerzhinskii Military Academy (now the Peter the Great Academy of Strategic Rocket Forces):

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Structural Material Apply Mathematic Acoustic Emission Military Academy Business Trip 
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REFERENCES

  1. 1.
    Builo, S.I., Gnevko, A.I., Logvinyuk, P.I.,  et al. 1987Acoustic-Emission Diagnostics of the Strength of the Tzar-BellTezisy dokl. 2-oi Vsesoyuznoi konferentsii po akusticheskoi emissiiPriborpromKishinev(Proc. of the 2nd All-Union Conference on Acoustic Emission)Google Scholar
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    Builo, S.I., How Rostovians Tended the Tsar-Bell, Vechernii Rostov, no. 259(12661), Nov. 26, 2001.Google Scholar

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© MAIK “Nauka/Interperiodica” 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • S. I. Builo
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  1. 1.Vorovich Institute of Mechanics and Applied MathematicsRostov State UniversityRostov-on-DonRussia

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