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1990
Monday, January 1st
12:00 AM

Calculations of the Flaw Signal Generated by a Differential Eddy-Current Probe

Section: Inductive Probes

S. A. Jenkins, University of Surrey
J.R. Bowler, University of Surrey

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Characterization of Ultrasonic Immersion Transducers

Section: Ultrasonic Transducers

David D. Bennink, Iowa State University
Anna L. Pate, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Computer Modeling of Eddy Current Probability of Crack Detection

Section: Inspectability

R. E. Beissner, Southwest Research Institute
J. S. Graves III, Southwest Research Instittue

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Coupling Coefficient: A Determinant of Eddy Current Probe Performance

Section: Inductive Probes

Susan N. Vernon, Naval Surface Warfare Center

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Development of NMR Imaging Probes for Advanced Ceramics

Section: Inductive Probes

N. Gopalsami, Argonne National laboratory
G. A. Forster, Argonne National laboratory
S. L. Diechman, Argonne National laboratory
W. A. Ellingson, Argonne National laboratory
R. E. Botto, Argonne National laboratory

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Evolution of the Cryogenic Eddy Current Microprobe

Section: Inductive Probes

J. L. Fisher, Southwest Research Institute
S. N. Rowland, Southwest Research Institute
J. S. Stolte, Southwest Research Institute
Keith S. Pickens, Southwest Research Institute

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

High Frequency-High Temperature Ultrasonic Transducers

Section: Ultrasonic Transducers

N. D. Patel, McMaster University
S. X. Fulford, McMaster Univeristy
P. S. Nicholson, McMaster University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Novel High-Frequency Air Transducers

Section: Ultrasonic Transducers

S. Schiller, Stanford University
C-K Hsieh, Stanford University
C-H Chou, Stanford University
B. T. Khuri-Yakub, Stanford University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Performance of a Broadbanded Ultrasonic Transducer with Coaxially-Mounted, Nondirectional Receiver

Section: Ultrasonic Transducers

G. J. Posakony, Pacific Northwest Laboratory
E. R. Green, Pacific Northwest Laboratory

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Probability of Tight Crack Detection via Eddy-Current Inspection

Section: Inspectability

Norio Nakagawa, Iowa State University
R. E. Beissner, Southwest Research Instittue

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Probe Footprint Estimation in Eddy-Current Imaging

Section: Inductive Probes

K. H. Hedengren, General Electric Corporate Research and Development
D. E. Ritscher, General Electric Corporate Research and Development
B. R. Groshong, North Carolina State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

The CAD/NDE Interface — Designing for Inspectability

Section: Inspectability

Timothy A. Gray, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

The Effect of Equipment Bandwidth and Center Frequency Changes on Ultrasonic Inspection Reliability: Modeling and Experimentation Results

Section: Inspectability

E. R. Green, Battelle Memorial Institute

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Three Dimensional Analysis of the Vibration Characteristics of Piezoelectric Discs

Section: Ultrasonic Transducers

Ning Qun Guo, Imperial College
Peter Cawley, Imperial College

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Beams with Bessel and Gaussian Profiles

Section: Ultrasonic Transducers

D. K. Hsu, Iowa State University
Frank J. Margetan, Iowa State University
M. D. Hasselbusch, Iowa State Univeristy
S. J. Wormley, Iowa State Univeristy
M. S. Hughes, Iowa State University
D. O. Thompson, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic POD Model Validation and Development for Focused Probes

Section: Inspectability

F. Amin, Iowa State University
Timothy A. Gray, Iowa State University
Frank J. Margetan, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

UT with SH-Waves and Electromagnetic Ultrasonic (EMUS) -Transducers

Section: Ultrasonic Transducers

Gerhard Hubschen, Prufverfahren Universitat

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM