Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation

Volume 17A

  • Donald O. Thompson
  • Dale E. Chimenti

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxviii
  2. Special Topics

    1. E. G. Jablonski, H. C. Dittrich, J. M. Bartlett, S. B. Podell
      Pages 15-22
    2. William B. Green, Danika Jensen, Amy Culver
      Pages 23-31
  3. Standard Techniques

    1. Elastic Wave Scattering/Backscattering

    2. Guided Waves and Applications

    3. Eddy Currents

      1. N. Nakagawa, K. Dasoju, T. A. Khan, J. C. Moulder
        Pages 209-213
      2. E. A. Creek, R. E. Beissner
        Pages 215-219
      3. R. La, B. de Barmon, B. Benoist, M. Talvard, R. Lengellé, P. Gaillard
        Pages 221-228
      4. James H. Rose, Cheng-Chi Tai, John C. Moulder
        Pages 243-250
      5. Yushi Sun, Weng-Choon Loo, Dennis C. Kunerth, Terrence K. O’Brien
        Pages 259-266
      6. M. Namkung, B. Wincheski, J. P. Fulton, S. Nath
        Pages 267-274
      7. S. P. Sullivan, V. S. Cecco, L. S. Obrutsky, D. Humphrey, S. P. Smith, K. A. Emde
        Pages 283-289
      8. William W. Ward III, John C. Moulder
        Pages 291-298
      9. H. Schepens, M. Pigeon, B. Benoist, J. Reuchet, D. Boulanger
        Pages 299-306
      10. S. K. Burke, G. R. Hugo, D. J. Harrison
        Pages 307-314
      11. Gregory Kobidze, William Lord, Satish Udpa
        Pages 323-330
      12. Buzz Wincheski, Min Namkung
        Pages 331-338
      13. V. Kamat, C. Yeoh, P. Ivanov, D. Kim, Y. Sun, S. Mandayam et al.
        Pages 339-346
      14. A. Ptchelintsev, B. de Halleux, D. Degreve
        Pages 347-353
    4. X-Rays and Computed Tomography

      1. F. Retraint, J. M. Dinten, R. Campagnolo, F. Peyrin
        Pages 363-370
      2. W. Niemann, S. Zahorodny
        Pages 379-385

About this book


These Proceedings, consisting of Parts A and B, contain the edited versions of most of the papers presented at the annual Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation held at University of San Diego, San Diego, CA, on July 27 to August 1, 1997. The Review was organized by the Center for NDE at Iowa State University, in cooperation with the Ames Laboratory of the USDOE, the American Society of Nondestructive Testing, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the Federal Aviation Administration, and the National Science Foundation IndustrylUniversity Cooperative Research Centers. This year's Review of Progress in QNDE was attended by approximately 370 participants from the US and many foreign countries who presented a total of approximately 350 papers. As usual, the meeting was divided into 36 sessions with four sessions running concurrently. The Review covered all phases of NDE research and development from fundamental investigations to engineering applications and inspection systems, and methods of inspection science from acoustics to x-rays. The Review continues to experience some fluctuations in size, mostly under pressure from a decrease in funding for NDE research at the US Federal level, but increased participation from foreign laboratories has more than made up the difference. The Review is ideally sized to permit a full-scale overview of the latest developments in a collegial atmosphere that most participants favor. The opening plenary session this year concentrated on advances in imaging technologies and methodologies that have been made in recent years. Dr. K.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Donald O. Thompson
    • 1
  • Dale E. Chimenti
    • 2
  1. 1.Center for NDE Ames Laboratory (USDOE) and Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering MechanicsIowa State UniversityAmesUSA
  2. 2.Center for NDE and Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering MechanicsIowa State UniversityAmesUSA

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