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1983
Saturday, January 1st
12:00 AM

A Model of Eddy-Current Probes with Ferrite Cores

Harold A. Sabbagh, Analytics, Inc.

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Application of the Electric Current Perturbation Method to the Detection of Fatigue Cracks in a Complex Geometry Titanium Part

C. M. Teller, Southwest Research Institute
G. L. Burkhardt, Southwest Research Institute

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Electric Current Perturbation Calculations for Half-Penny Cracks

R. E. Beissner, Southwest Research Institute
M. J. Sablik, Southwest Research Institute
C. M. Teller, Southwest Research Institute

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Evaluation of a Novel Eddy-Current Probe for Detecting Cracks Inside and at the Edges of Holes

J. P. Watjen, SRI International
A. J. Bahr, SRI International

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Optimization of Pulsed Eddy Current Probes

R. E. Beissner, Southwest Research Institute
M. J. Sablik, Southwest Research Institute
K. J. Krzywosz, Southwest Research Institute
J. E. Doherty, Southwest Research Institute

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

The Change in Impedance of a Single-Turn Coil Due to a Flaw in a Coaxial Conducting Cylinder

Afroz J. M. Zaman, University of Houston
Stuart A. Long, University of Houston
C. Gerald Gardner, University of Houston
William F. Richards, University of Houston

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

The Mathematical Analysis of Electromagnetic Fields around Surface Cracks in Metals

R. Collins, University College London
D. Mirshekar-Syahkal, University College London
D. H. Michael, University College London

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM