10. Defect Characterization: Techniques
Some of the things that are going on at Stanford include my own, Shaw's, Auld's and Quate's work. In particular, one of the things that was mentioned this morning, which I think is very exciting, is Shaw's work on PVF2 plastic transducers. He is obtaining very broad bandwidths of the order of 10 MHz with absolutely flat responses. These are very impressive transducers, and I think they are going to be very important in the future.
Kino, Gerry S., "The NDT Program at Stanford University" (1977). Proceedings of the ARPA/AFML Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, July 1975–September 1976. 34.