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1995
Sunday, January 1st
12:00 AM

A Multizone Technique for Billet Inspection

Section: Hard Alpha in Titanium

Edward J. Nieters, General Electric
Robert S. Gilmore, General Electric
Robert C. Trzaskos, General Electric
John D. Young, General Electric
David C. Copley, General Electric
Patrick J. Howard, General Electric
Michael E. Keller, General Electric
William J. Leach, General Electric

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

A Signal-To-Noise Ratio Comparison fo Ultrasonic Transducers for C-Scan Imaging in Titanium

Section: Hard Alpha in Titanium

P. J. Howard, General Electric
D. C. Copley, General Electric
R. S. Gilmore, General Electric

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Accuracy Improvement of Ultrasonic Inspection for Civil Structures and Materials

Section: Infrastructure

Toshiyuki Oshima, Kitami Institute of Technology
Shuichi Mikami, Kitami Institute of Technology
Muhammad Saidur Rahman, Kitami Institute of Technology
Motoharu Yasuda, Tousetsu Doboku Consultants
Ronald D. Kriz, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Acoustic Microscope Image from Round Shape Specimen

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

T. Mihara, Tohoku University
G. Suzuki, Tohoku University
K. Date, Tohoku University
Y. Udagawa, Image Supersonic Laboratories Co.
K. Ikuno, Kansai Electric Power Company, Inc.
A. Harazono, Kansai Electric Power Company, Inc.

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Acoustic Tomography for Qualitative Nondestructive Evaluation (QNDE) of Structural Concrete using a New Ultrasonic Scanner Source

Section: Infrastructure

Farrokh Jalinoos, Olson Engineering
Larry D. Olson, Olson Engineering
Marawan F. Aouad, Olson Engineering
A. H. Balch, Colorado School of Mines

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

An Application of Direct-Sequency Spread-Spectrum Ultrasonic to Global Inspection of Bridge Components

Section: Infrastructure

Samuel J. Wormley, Iowa State University
Steve F. Russell, Iowa State University
K. L. Rens, Iowa State University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Analysis of Multiple Sight Damage with Implications for Nondestructive Evaluation

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

Kimberley Buhler, United States Department of Defense
Alten F. Grandt Jr., Purdue University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Application of Self Nulling Eddy Current Probe Technique to the Detection of Fatigue Crack Initiation and Control of Test Procedures

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

S. Nath, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Min Namkung, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Buzz Wincheski, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
J. P. Fulton, National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Application of Ultrasonic Phased Arrays to Inspection of Plastic Pressure Vessels

Section: Infrastructure

P. W. Lorraine, General Electric
W. T. Hatfield, General Electric
C. A. Nafis, General Electric

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Applied Stress Measurement in Steel for Fatigue Load Monitoring

Section: Infrastructure

P. A. Fuchs, West Virginia University
A. V. Clark, National Institute of Standards and Technology
S. R. Schaps, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Artificial Crack in Steel: An Ultrasonic-Resonance-Spectrscopy and Modeling Study

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

Hassel Ledbetter, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Paul Heyliger, Colorado State University
Kuang-Chih Pei, Colorado State University
Sudook Kim, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Christopher M. Fortunko, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Bragg Grating Corrosion Sensor

Section: Corrosion

Ignacio Perez, United States Department of Defense
Vinod Agarwala, United States Department of Defense
William R. Scott, United States Department of Defense
Som Dev Tyagi, Drexel University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Design and Fabrication of Forged Ti-6Al-4V Blocks with Synthetic Ti-N Inclusions for Estimation of Detectability by Ultrasonic Signal-To-Noise

Section: Hard Alpha in Titanium

M. F. X. Gigliotti, General Electric
L. C. Perocchi, General Electric
E. J. Nieters, General Electric
R. S. Gilmore, General Electric

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Early Fatigue Damage from the NDE Point of View

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

G. Dobmann, Universität Saarbrücken

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Eddy Current Calibration of Fatigue Cracks using EDM Notches

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

S. Ross, Iowa State University
W. Lord, Iowa State University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Evaluation of Concrete using Acoustic Tomography

Section: Infrastructure

Michael P. Schuller, Atkinson-Noland & Associates, Inc.
Richard H. Atkinson, Atkinson-Noland & Associates, Inc.

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Fatigue Damage Evaluation in Ceramic Matrix Composite

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

Stéphane Baste, Université de Bordeaux I

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Identification Of Distributed Fatigue Cracking by Dynamic Crack-Closure

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

Peter B. Nagy, Ohio State University
Gabor Blaho, Ohio State University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Longwave Speeds in Materials with Cracks and Cavities of Various Shapes

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

Boris Shafiro, Tufts University
Mark Kachanov, Tufts University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Modeling of Electromagnetic NDE of Civil Structures

Section: Infrastructure

I. Elshafiey, Iowa State University
L. Udpa, Iowa State University
S. S. Udpa, Iowa State University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Modeling of Large Aperture Transducer Focusing in Cylindrical Billets

Section: Hard Alpha in Titanium

R. A. Roberts, Iowa State University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

New Applications of Acoustic Emission to Materials Testing

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

Paul M. Gammell, United States Department of Defense

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Nondestructive Characterization of FRP Composites with Applications for Highway Structures

Section: Infrastructure

Jerrol W. Littles Jr., Georgia Institute of Technology
Laurence J. Jacobs, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abdul-Hamid Zureick, Georgia Institute of Technology

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Numerical Evaluation fo the Reflection of Rayleigh Waves using a Weight Function Estimation Method

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

A. S. Cheng, Northwestern University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Operational Performance of a Multizone Billet Inspection System

Section: Hard Alpha in Titanium

David C. Copley, General Electric
Patrick J. Howard, General Electric

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Pulsed Eddy-Current Measurements of Corrosion-Induced Metal Loss: Theory and Experiment

Section: Corrosion

John C. Moulder, Iowa State University
Mark W. Kobovich, Iowa State University
Erol Uzal, Iowa State University
James H. Rose

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Quantitative Analysis of Acoustic Emission Waveforms and Pracatical Application to Civil Structures in Japan

Section: Infrastructure

M. Ohtsu, Kumamoto University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Residual Stress Analysis using Multiparameter Tomographic Reconstruction

Section: Infrastructure

J. S. Choi, University of Oklahoma
R. Kline, University of Oklahoma

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

The Long Range Detection of Corrosion in Pipes Using Lamb Waves

Section: Corrosion

David Alleyne, Imperial College
Peter Cawley, Imperial College

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

The Practical Application of Grain Noise Models in Titanium Billets and Forgings

Section: Hard Alpha in Titanium

Frank J. Margetan, Iowa State University
Kim Y. Han, Iowa State University
Issac Yalda-Mooshabad, Iowa State University
Scot Goettsch, Iowa State University
R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Characterization of Defect Root Geometry

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

A. N. Sinclair, University of Toronto
H. Wang, University of Toronto
D. Mair, Ontario Hydro
M. D. C. Moles, Ontario Hydro
M. Dolbey, Ontario Hydro

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Characterization of Defects in Lap Joints

Section: Corrosion

Ajit K. Mal, University of California Los Angeles
Shyh-Shiuh Lih, University of California Los Angeles
Dawei Guo, University of California Los Angeles

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Characterization of Interfacial Fatigue Damage in Metal Matrix

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

Y. C. Chu, Ohio State University
A. I. Lavrentyev, Ohio State University
S. I. Rokhlin, Ohio State University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Evaluation of Damage in Concrete Bridge Deck Pavements

Section: Infrastructure

M. L. Peterson, Colorado State University
E. Landis, University of Maine
Jan D. Achenbach, Northwestern University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Inspection of Titanium Alloys with a Time Reversal Mirror

Section: Hard Alpha in Titanium

Najet Chakroun, Université Paris 7
Véronique Miette, Université Paris 7
Mathias Fink, Université Paris 7
François Wu, Université Paris 7
Gérard Mangenet, SNECMA
Lionel Beffy, SNECMA

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Signal Characterizations of Flat-Bottom Holes in Titanium Alloys: Experiment and Theory

Section: Hard Alpha in Titanium

Chien-Ping Chiou, Iowa State University
Frank J. Margetan, Iowa State University
R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM

Weep Hole Inspection for Radial Fatigue Cracks by Circumferential Creeping Waves

Section: Fatigue Damage and Crack Characterization

Mark Blodgett, United States Department of Defense
Peter B. Nagy, Ohio State University
Matthew Golis, Advanced Quality Concepts

Snowmass Village, CO

12:00 AM