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1985
Tuesday, January 1st
12:00 AM

An Eddy-Current Model and Inversion Algorithms for Three-Dimensional Flaw Reconstruction

Section: Eddy-Current Applications

L. David Sabbagh, Analytics, Inc.
Harold A. Sabbagh, Analytics, Inc.

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

An Efficient Numerical Method for Determination of Shapes, Sizes and Orientations of Flaws for Nondestructive Evaluation

Section: Theory

Y. M. Chen, State University of New York at Stony Brook
S. L. Wang, State University of New York at Stony Brook

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

Connection Between Time- and Frequency-Domain Three-Dimensional Inverse Problems for the Schrödinger Equation

Section: Theory

James H. Rose, Iowa State University
Margaret Cheney, Iowa State University
Brian DeFacio, Iowa State University

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

Detection and Characterization of Surface Cracks Using Leaky Rayleigh Waves

Section: Ultrasonic Applications

A. Fahr, Ontario Research Foundation
W. R. Sturrock, Defence Research Establishment

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

Exact Solution of Probabilistic Inverse Problem Pertaining to the Scattering of Elastic Waves from General Inhomogeneities

Section: Theory

John M. Richardson, Rockwell International Science Center

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

Identifying Spherical Voids and Inclusions by Matching the Power Spectra

Section: Ultrasonic Applications

K. C. Tam, General Electric Company
R. S. Gilmore, General Electric Company
R. A. Hewes, General Electric Company
J. R. Juron, General Electric Company

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

Improved Probe-Flaw Interaction Modeling, Inversion Processing, and Surface Roughness Clutter

Section: Eddy-Current Applications

B. A. Auld, Stanford University
G. McFetridge, Iowa State University
M. Riaziat, Iowa State University
S. Jefferies, Iowa State University

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

Resonant Scattering and Crack Sizing

Section: Ultrasonic Applications

Timothy A. Gray, Iowa State University
J. H. Rose, Iowa State University

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

Signal Processing for Underclad Crack Sizing

Section: Ultrasonic Applications

R. Shankar, Tetra Tech
S. S. Lane, Tetra Tech
T. J. Paradiso, Tetra Tech
J. R. Quinn, EPRI

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

Status of Implementation of the Inverse Born Sizing Algorithm

Section: Ultrasonic Applications

R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

Surface Flaw Characterization Using Ultrasonic Backscattered Satellite Pulse Technique

Section: Ultrasonic Applications

Engmin J. Chern, General Electric Company

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM

The Effects of Noise and Bandlimiting on a One Dimensional Time Dependent Inverse Scattering Technique

Section: Theory

J. P. Corones, Iowa State University
R. J. Krueger, Iowa State University
C. R. Vogel, Iowa State University

San Diego, CA

12:00 AM