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1987
Thursday, January 1st
12:00 AM

A Real-Time Saft System Applied to the Ultrasonic Inspection of Nuclear Reactor Components

Section: Imaging and Microscopy

T. E. Hall, Pacific Northwest Laboratory
S. R. Doctor, Pacific Northwest Laboratory
L. D. Reid, Pacific Northwest Laboratory

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Acoustic Microscopy Using Amplitude and Phase Measurements

Section: Imaging and Microscopy

P. Reinholdtsen, Stanford University
B. T. Khuri-Yakub, Stanford University

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Acoustic Microscopy: Materials Art and Materials Science

Section: Imaging and Microscopy

R. S. Gilmore, General Electric
R. E. Joynson, General Electric
C. R. Trzaskos, General Electric
J. D. Young, General Electric

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Characterization of Flaw Shape and Orientation Using Ultrasonic Angular Scans

Section: Inversion and Reconstruction

David K. Hsu, Iowa State University
Sam J. Wormley, Iowa State University
Donald O. Thompson, Iowa State University

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Eddy Current Imaging for Material Surface Mapping

Section: Imaging and Microscopy

E. J. Chern, General Electric
A. L. Thompson, Combustian Engineering, Inc.

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Imaging of Advanced Composites with a Low-Frequency Acoustic Microscope

Section: Imaging and Microscopy

J. D. Fraser, Precision Acoustic Devices, Inc.
C. S. DeSilets, Precision Acoustic Devices, Inc.
B. T. Khuri-Yakub, Stanford University

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Imaging of Flaws in Solids by Velocity Inversion

Section: Inversion and Reconstruction

Jack K. Cohen, Colorado School of Mines
Norman Bleistein, Colorado School of Mines
Frank G. Hagin, Colorado School of Mines

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Inversion of Eddy Current Data and the Reconstruction of Flaws Part 2: Inversion of Data

Section: Inversion and Reconstruction

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

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Inversion of Eddy Current Data and the Reconstruction of Flaws, Part 1: Acquisition of Data

Section: Inversion and Reconstruction

Jeffrey C. Treece, Purdue University
John M. Drynan, Purdue University
John A. Nyenhuis, Purdue University
Charles D. Beaman, Purdue University

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

On the Ultrasonic Imaging of Tube/Support Structure of Power Plant Steam Generators

Section: Imaging and Microscopy

Jafar Saniie, Illinois Institute of Technology
Daniel T. Nagle, Illinois Institute of Technology

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Reconstruction of the Electromagnetic Wavefield from Scattering Data

Section: Inversion and Reconstruction

James H. Rose, Iowa State University

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Shear Wave Imaging of Surface and Near-Surface Flaws in Ceramics

Section: Imaging and Microscopy

J. D. Fraser, Precision Acoustic Devices, Inc.
C. S. DeSilets, Precision Acoustic Devices, Inc.
B. T. Khuri-Yakub, Stanford University

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Inversion: A Direct and an Indirect Method

Section: Inversion and Reconstruction

C. A. Chaloner, Royal Ordinance
Leonard J. Bond, University College London

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM

Uniform Field Eddy Current Probe: Experiments and Inversion for Realistic Flaws

Section: Inversion and Reconstruction

J. C. Moulder, National Bureau of Standards
P. J. Shull, National Bureau of Standards
T. E. Capobianco, National Bureau of Standards

La Jolla, CA

12:00 AM