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1990
Monday, January 1st
12:00 AM

A Study of Internal Friction, Electric Resistance and Shape Change in Cu-Zn and Cu-Zn-Al Alloys During Phase Transformation Use Simultaneous Measurement Method

Section: Properties

Yuan-Ti Huang, Beijing University of Science and Technology
Tian-Fei Wang, Beijing University of Science and Technology
Yin Mei, Beijing University of Science and Technology

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

A Study of Shape Memory Effect Above Ms Temperature in a Cu-Zn Alloy Using the Twisting Deformation and Electric Resistance Methods

Section: Properties

Yuan-Ti Huang, Beijing University of Science and Technology
Tian-Fei Wang, Beijing University of Science and Technology

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Acoustic Emission During Intergranular Stress Corrosion Cracking

Section: Deformation and Fracture

Dr. Mark A. Friesel, Battelle Memorial Institute
Dr. Russell H. Jones, Battelle Memorial Institute

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Acoustic Emission from a Growing Crack

Section: Deformation and Fracture

L. J. Jacobs, Georgia Institute of Technology
W. R. Scott, Naval Air Development Center
D. M. Granata, Naval Air Development Center
M. J. Ryan, Naval Air Development Center

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Acoustic Microscopy to Study Grain Structure

Section: Deformation and Fracture

Claudio Pecorari, Ohio State University
Peter B. Nagy, Ohio State University
Laszio Adler, Ohio State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Acoustic Nonlinearities in Adhesive Joints

Section: Non-Linear Acoustic Properties

Peter B. Nagy, Ohio State University
Paul McGowan, Ohio State University
Laszio Adler, Ohio State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Application of Magnetoacoustic Emission Technique to Temper Embrittlement Characterization of HY-80 Steel

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

R. DeNale, David Taylor Research Center
M. Namkung, NASA Langley Research Center
R. G. Todhunter, NASA Langley Research Center

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Application of NDE to Masonry Structures; Current Technology and Future Needs

Section: Civil Materials and Structures

R. H. Atkinson, Atkinson-Noland and Associates, Inc.,
J. L. Noland, Atkinson-Noland and Associates, Inc.,
G. R. Kingsley, Atkinson-Noland and Associates, Inc.,

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Changes in Magnetization and in Dislocation Arrangements in Cyclically Deformed Iron and Nickel

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

P. Ruuskanen, University of Technology
P. Kettunen, University of Technology

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Comparison of Three Magnetic Techniques for Biaxial Stress Measurement

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

D. J. Buttle, Harwell Laboratory
W. Dalzell, Harwell Laboratory
C. B. Scruby, Harwell Laboratory
R. A. Langman, University of Tasmania Hobart

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Correlations between Microstructure and Backscattered Ultrasonic Energy

Section: Deformation and Fracture

John Mittleman, Naval Coastal Systems Center
David W. Mohr, Naval Coastal Systems Center

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Decorrelation of Laser Speckle Patterns for Crack-Tip High Strain Field Determination and Use in Brittle-Ductile Fracture Analysis

Section: Deformation and Fracture

J. Scott Stechenrider, Johns Hopkins University
James W. Wagner, Johns Hopkins University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Design and Analysis of an Array of Square Microstrip Patches for Nondestructive Measurement of Inner Material Properties of Various Structures Using Swept Microwave Frequencies

Section: Properties

Reza Zoughi, Colorado State University
Timothy Vaughan, Colorado State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Effects of Plastic Deformation on the Inference of Stress and Texture from the Velocities of Ultrasonic Plate Modes

Section: Acoustoelasticity Stress, and Texture

R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University
J. F. Smith, Iowa State University
S. S. Lee, NDT Laboratory

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Effects of Uniaxial Stress on Magnetoacoustic Emission and Magnetoacoustic Responses in Steel

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

M. Namkung, NASA Langley Research Center
W. T. Yost, NASA Langley Research Center
D. Utrata, Association of American Railroads
R. DeNale, David Taylor Research Center
P. W. Kushnick, PRC Kentron Inc.
J. L. Grainger, AS and M Inc

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Elastic and Magnetic Characterization of Metals from One Surface

Section: Properties

G. A. Alers, Magnasonics, Inc.
L. G. Ferguson, Magnasonics, Inc.
D. T. MacLauchlan, Magnasonics, Inc.

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

High-Frequency Ultrasonic Characterization of ZrO2 Layer Thicknesses Using Digital Spectral Analysis

Section: Properties

M. S. O'Brien, Ontario Hydro Research Division
S. M. Kramer, Ontario Hydro Research Division
M. D. C. Moles, Ontario Hydro Research Division
A. N. Sinclair, University of Toronto

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Impact-Echo Response of Plates Containing Thin Layers and Voids

Section: Civil Materials and Structures

Mary Sansalone, Cornell University
Yiching Lin, Cornell University
Nicholas J. Carino, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Impedance Variations Due to a Single Cylindrical Hole in a Rubber Sheet

Section: Properties

Richard Harrison, Naval Surface Warfare center

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Inference of Hardness from Magnetic Measurements in Pearlitic Steels

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

Gilles Fillion, Industrial Materials Research Institute
Martin Lord, Industrial Materials Research Institute
Jean F. Bussiere, Industrial Materials Research Institute

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Magneto-Acoustic Stress Responses of Various Rail Metallurgies

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

D. Utrata, Association of American Railroads
Min Namkung, NASA Langley Research Center

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Materials Characterization Using Acoustic Nonlinearity Parameters and Harmonic Generation: Effects of Crystalline and Amorphous Structures

Section: Non-Linear Acoustic Properties

John H. Cantrell, University of Cambridge
William T. Yost, NASA Langley Research Center

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Materials Characterization Using Acoustic Nonlinearity Parameters and Harmonic Generation: Engineering Materials

Section: Non-Linear Acoustic Properties

William T. Yost, NASA-Langley Research Center
John H. Cantrell, University of Cambridge

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Measurement of Longitudinal Stress in Railroad Rail Under Field Conditions Using Nonlinear Harmonics

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

H. Kwun, Southwest Research Institute
G. L. Burkhardt, Southwest Research Institute
M. E. Smith, Burlington Northern Railroad Company

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Microstructure and Stress Dependence of the Magnetic Properties of Steels

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

David C. Jiles, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Nondestructive Depth Profiling of the Protective Coating on a Turbine Blade

Section: Properties

Anthony Sinclair, University of Toronto
Michael O'Brien, University of Toronto
Victor DaSilva, University of Toronto

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Nondestructive Evaluation of Hardening Depth on Cylindrical Surface Using Dispersive Rayleigh Wave

Section: Properties

M. Hirao, Osaka University
N. Tanimoto, Osaka University
H. Fukuoka, Osaka University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Nondestructive Methods for the Determination of Mechanical Properties of Materials

Section: Properties

L. J. H. Brasche, Iowa State University
David C. Jiles, Iowa State University
O. Buck, Iowa State University
S. Hariharan, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Nonlinear Acoustic Effects in Rocks and Soils

Section: Non-Linear Acoustic Properties

Brian P. Bonner, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
B. J. Wanamaker, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Nonlinear Acoustic Properties of Structural Materials — A Review

Section: Non-Linear Acoustic Properties

O. Buck, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Overview of Nondestructive Evaluation Projects at NSF

Section: Civil Materials and Structures

John B. Scalzi, National Science Foundation
Ken P. Chong, National Science Foundation
Oscar W. Dillon, National Science Foundation

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Possible Effects of Texture and Texture Gradients on Aluminum Reference Standards

Section: Acoustoelasticity Stress, and Texture

R. B. Mignogna, Naval Research Laboratory
K. R. Bernetich, Naval Sea Systems Command
S. D. Hart, Ultrasonics Consultancy

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation of Cementite in Steel and White Cast Iron by Ferromagnetic Parameters

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

I. Altpeter, Fraunhofer-Insitut fur Zerstorungsfreie Prufverfahren
P. Holler, Fraunhofer-Insitut fur Zerstorungsfreie Prufverfahren

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Stress Dependence of Ultrasonic Velocity in Unidirectional Graphite/Epoxy Composites for Longitudinal Waves Propagating Along the Direction of Stress

Section: Non-Linear Acoustic Properties

William H. Prosser, NASA Langley Research Center

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Surface Barkhausen Noise Investigations of Stress and Leakage Flux Signals in Line Pipe

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

C. Jagadish, Queen’s University
L. Clapham, Queen’s University
D. L. Atherton, Queen’s University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Surface Layer Thickness Measurement from Eddy Current Profiling of Magnetic Coercivity

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

Gilles Fillion, National Research Council Canad
Jean F. Bussiere, National Research Council Canad

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Surface Waves for Anisotropic Material Characterization-A Computer Aided Evaluation System

Section: Properties

J. L. Rose, Drexel University
Y. Huang, Drexel University
A. Tverdokhlebov, Drexel University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Tensile Overload and Stress Intensity Shielding Investigations by Ultrasound

Section: Properties

D. K. Rehbein, Iowa State University
L. VanWyk, Rockwell International Corporation
R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University
O. Buck, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

The Application of Model Identification and Parameter Study in Nondestructive Testing of an Elastic Stack

Section: Civil Materials and Structures

Yong-Qian Zhang, Academia Sinica

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

The Representation of Texture in Cold-Rolled Copper Sheet by an Advanced X-Ray Diffraction Technique

Section: Acoustoelasticity Stress, and Texture

K. Kozaczek, Pennsylvania State University
C. O. Ruud, Pennsylvania State University
J. C. Conway Jr., Pennsylvania State University
C. J. Yu, Pennsylvania State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

The Ultrasonic Measurement of Stress on Ferrous Plate

Section: Acoustoelasticity Stress, and Texture

S. J. Wormley, Iowa State University
R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University
Yan Li, Iowa State University
G. A. Alers, MagnaSonics, Inc
D. T. MacLauchlan, MagnaSonics, Inc.

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Characterization of a Thin Layer of Anodized Porous Aluminum Oxide

Section: Properties

W. Wang, Ohio State University
S. I. Rokhlin, Ohio State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Determination of Elastic Constants from Oblique Angles of Incidence in Non-Symmetry Planes

Section: Properties

R. B. Mignogna, Naval Research Laboratory

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Measurement of Texture of Cubic and Hexagonal Materials

Section: Acoustoelasticity Stress, and Texture

Y. Li, Iowa State University
R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University
S. S. Lee, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Velocities in Textured Fe-Si Steels

Section: Acoustoelasticity Stress, and Texture

J. A. Szpunar, McGill University
D. C. Hinz, McGill University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Use of Barkhausen Noise in Fatigue

Section: Ferrous Materials and Methods

Kristi Titto, American Stress Technologies, Inc.

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Use of Surface Skimming SH Waves to Measure Thermal and Residual Stresses in Installed Railroad Tracks

Section: Acoustoelasticity Stress, and Texture

George A. Alers, Magnasonics, Inc.
Alfonso Manzanares, Magnasonics, Inc.

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Wave Phenomena Related to Nonlinear Mechanical Behavior of Adhesives

Section: Non-Linear Acoustic Properties

J. D. Achenbach, Northwestern University
O. K. Parikh, Northwestern University
Y. C. Lu, Northwestern University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Whither Nonlinear Acoustics?

Section: Non-Linear Acoustic Properties

M. A. Breaszeale, University of Mississippi

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

X-Ray Texture Analyzing System for the On-Line Prediction of Magnetic Anisotropy

Section: Acoustoelasticity Stress, and Texture

Peter Blandord, McGill University
J. A. Szpunar, McGill University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM