Event Title

Overview and Purpose

Location

La Jolla, CA

Start Date

1979 12:00 AM

Description

Our purpose in today's session is to discuss procedures for developing accept/reject criteria for NDE methods of inspection. Many of the methods we will describe this morning are not very familiar to members of the audience, so we have deliberately set the session at a fairly leisurely pace so you can assimilate these concepts as they are presented this morning. We would like the session to be relatively informal so we can ask questions and have a fairly extensive discussion period. Following the talks this morning, and after you have had a chance to assimilate some of the details, there will be a poster session immediately after lunch where we're really asking the question, "Are the measurements that are being made in the various labs and institutions in the country really the appropriate measurements to fit within the accept/ reject frame work you will have heard described this morning?" Then, finally, after the posters are completed, there will be a general discussion whereby we will all assemble again to ask the question, "Are the right measurements being made; if not, what other measurements should be made?" and general questions of that nature.

Book Title

Proceedings of the ARPA/AFML Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE

Chapter

6. Failure Prediction and Reliability in Materials and Material Systems

Pages

149

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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Jan 1st, 12:00 AM

Overview and Purpose

La Jolla, CA

Our purpose in today's session is to discuss procedures for developing accept/reject criteria for NDE methods of inspection. Many of the methods we will describe this morning are not very familiar to members of the audience, so we have deliberately set the session at a fairly leisurely pace so you can assimilate these concepts as they are presented this morning. We would like the session to be relatively informal so we can ask questions and have a fairly extensive discussion period. Following the talks this morning, and after you have had a chance to assimilate some of the details, there will be a poster session immediately after lunch where we're really asking the question, "Are the measurements that are being made in the various labs and institutions in the country really the appropriate measurements to fit within the accept/ reject frame work you will have heard described this morning?" Then, finally, after the posters are completed, there will be a general discussion whereby we will all assemble again to ask the question, "Are the right measurements being made; if not, what other measurements should be made?" and general questions of that nature.