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Nondestructive Characterization of Materials IV

  • Clayton O. Ruud
  • Jean F. Bussière
  • Robert E. GreenJr.

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Coatings and Thin Films

    1. T. E. Schlesinger, R. C. Cammarata, C. Kim, S. B. Qadri, A. S. Edelstein
      Pages 9-14
    2. M. A. Korhonen, L. S. Suominen, Che-Yu Li
      Pages 15-24
    3. R. W. Collins, Ilsin An, Yue Cong, A. R. Heyd, H. S. Witham, R. Messier et al.
      Pages 33-40
    4. R. T. Allemeier, J. W. Wagner
      Pages 41-47
    5. J. C. Conway Jr., P. H. Cohen, B. R. Tittmann, W. R. Drawl, M. Meloncelli, D. F. Poeth et al.
      Pages 49-57
  3. Wood, Paper, Concrete, and Ceramics

    1. Robert J. Ross, Roy F. Pellerin
      Pages 59-64
    2. William L. Galligan, Roy F. Pellerin, Brian K. Brashaw
      Pages 65-71
    3. A. Murray, R. E. Green, M. F. Mecklenburg, C. M. Fortunko
      Pages 73-80
    4. Bernard Drouin, Richard Gagnon
      Pages 81-87
    5. Yasushi Yamauchi, Takashi Ikuta
      Pages 115-120
  4. Polymer, Composite Processing and Process Modeling

  5. Material Characterization and Modeling

    1. J. W. Eberhard, K. W. Mitchell, R. A. Koegl, J. M. Brown
      Pages 179-186
    2. H. E. Martz, D. J. Schneberk, G. P. Roberson, S. G. Azevedo, S. K. Lynch
      Pages 187-195
    3. P. P. Delsanto, H. H. Chaskelis, T. Whitcombe, R. Mignogna
      Pages 215-222
  6. Microstructure and Plastic Deformation of Metals

  7. Composites

    1. Krishnan Balasubramaniam, Yimei Huang, Joseph L. Rose
      Pages 299-306
    2. Ronald A. Kline, Robert Adams
      Pages 321-328
    3. Joseph W. Krynicki, Dennis C. Nagle, Robert E. Green Jr.
      Pages 329-336
    4. John M. Liu, Paul M. Gammell
      Pages 337-343
    5. Aleksandra Pavasović, Andreas G. Andreou, Charles R. Westgate
      Pages 363-370
  8. Residual Stresses and Fracture Mechanisms

About this book

Introduction

There is a great deal of interest in extending nondestructive technologies beyond the location and identification of cracks and voids. Specifically there is growing interest in the application of nondestructive evaluation (NOEl to the measurement of physical and mechanical properties of materials. The measurement of materials properties is often referred to as materials characterization; thus nondestructive techniques applied to characterization become nondestructive characterization (NDCl. There are a number of meetings, proceedings and journals focused upon nondestructive technologies and the detection and identification of cracks and voids. However, the series of symposia, of which these proceedings represent the fourth, are the only meetings uniquely focused upon nondestructive characterization. Moreover, these symposia are especially concerned with stimulating communication between the materials, mechanical and manufacturing engineer and the NDE technology oriented engineer and scientist. These symposia recognize that it is the welding of these areas of expertise that is necessary for practical development and application of NDC technology to measurements of components for in­ service life time and sensor technology for intelligent processing of materials. These proceedings are from the fourth international symposia and are edited by c.o. Ruud, J. F. Bussiere and R.E. Green, Jr. . The dates, places, etc of the symposia held to date area as follows: Symposia on Nondestructive Methods for TITLE: Material Property Determination DATES: April 6-8, 1983 PLACE: Hershey, PA, USA CHAIRPERSONS: C.O. Ruud and R.E. Green, Jr.

Keywords

alloy ceramics crystal diffraction modeling polymer ultrasound

Editors and affiliations

  • Clayton O. Ruud
    • 1
  • Jean F. Bussière
    • 2
  • Robert E. GreenJr.
    • 3
  1. 1.Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity ParkUSA
  2. 2.National Research Council of CanadaIndustrial Materials InstituteBouchervilleCanada
  3. 3.The Johns Hopkins UniversityBaltimoreUSA

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