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1997
Wednesday, January 1st
12:00 AM

A Comparison of Three Techniques to Determine the Nonlinear Ultrasonic Parameter β

Section: Materials Characterization

D. C. Hurley, National Institute of Standards and Technology
W. T. Yost, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
E. S. Boltz, National Institute of Standards and Technology
C. M. Fortunko, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

A Tensor Based Approach to the Ultrasonic Determination of Orientation Distribution

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

Ronald A. Kline, GE CRD Manufacturing Technology Laboratory

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Acoustic Inspection of Coated Steel Bar in Reinforced Concrete Structure

Section: Construction Materials (Concrete, Timber)

Chih-Hung Chiang, Chaoyang Institute of Technology
Cho-Liang Tsai, National Yulin Institute of Technology

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

An Improved Technique for Determining the Equation of State of Concrete and Geological Materials

Section: Construction Materials (Concrete, Timber)

E. A. Lindgren, Industrial Quality, Inc.
A. D. Mazzatesta, Johns Hopkins University
M. Rosen, Johns Hopkins University
H. Sidhu, Wright Laboratory Armament Directorate
Y. Tu, Wright Laboratory Armament Directorate

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

An Intelligent Electrical Time Domain Reflectometry System for the Detection and Characterisation of Fault Conditions in Posttensioning Ducts of Smart Concrete Structures

Section: Construction Materials (Concrete, Timber)

E. I. Okanla, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
P. A. Gaydecki, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
S. Manaf, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
F. M. Burdekin, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Analysis of X-Ray Microtomographic Images to Measure Work of Fracture in Concrete

Section: Construction Materials (Concrete, Timber)

Edwin Nagy, University of Maine
Eric Landis, University of Maine

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Anisotropic Materials Characterization Using Air-Coupled Ultrasound

Section: Materials Characterization

O. I. Lobkis, Iowa State University
Dale E. Chimenti, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Anisotropy of the Fracture Toughness in Aged Inconel 718

Section: Materials Characterization

G. Liu, Iowa State University
David K. Rehbein, Iowa State University
Otto Buck, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Assessing Physical Characteristics of Concrete Using Digital Image Analysis of Polarized Light Micrographs

Section: Construction Materials (Concrete, Timber)

M. L. Scott, Virginia Tech
J. C. Duke Jr., Virginia Tech
R. L. Weyers, Virginia Tech

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Case Depth Measurement Using Surface Acoustic Wave Velocity Dispersion

Section: Coatings and Layers

A. Safaeinili, Rockwell Science Center
A. D. W. McKie, Rockwell Science Center
R. C. Addison Jr., Rockwell Science Center

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Characterization of Coatings on Magnetic Metals Using Swept-Frequency Eddy Current and Transient Eddy Current Methods

Section: Coatings and Layers

Cheng-Chi Tai, Iowa State University
James H. Rose, Iowa State University
John C. Moulder, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Classification Strategy to Identify and Classify Common Cracks in Green-State Powdered Metallurgy Compacts

Section: Materials Characterization

D. C. Zenger, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
H. Cai, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
J. McNeill, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
R. Ludwig, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Comparisons of the Behavior of Real and Imaginary Reluctances Between Samples of 6061 Aluminum as a Function of Grain Size

Section: Materials Characterization

William F. Schmidt, University of Arkansas
Otto H. Zinke, International Validators, Inc.

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Complex-Reluctance Plane Behavior of Aluminum Samples

Section: Materials Characterization

Otto H. Zinke, International Validators, Inc.
William F. Schmidt, University of Arkansas

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Development and Application of UT Models in Titanium Inspection Development

Section: UT Backscatter/Microstructure

R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Development and Field-Testing of a Hand-Held Ultrasonic Monitoring Device

Section: Construction Materials (Concrete, Timber)

P. Klinkhachorn, West Virginia University
S. Nomani, West Virginia University
S. Petro, West Virginia University
U. B. Halabe, West Virginia University
H. GrangaRao, West Virginia University
R. Franklin, West Virginia University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Development of Coating Thickness Instrument for Graphite/Epoxy Composites

Section: Coatings and Layers

P. L. Anderson, Boeing

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Development of Ultrasonic Models for Hard-Alpha Inclusions in Titanium Alloys

Section: UT Backscatter/Microstructure

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

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Effects of Stress on Magnetic Flux Leakage and Magnetic Barkhausen Noise Signals

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

D. L. Atherton, Queen's University
T. W. Krause, Queen's University
K. Mandal, Queen's University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Effects of Stress on the Magnetic Properties of Steels

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

David C. Jiles, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Experimental Evidence of Single and Multiple Scattering in Polycrystalline Materials

Section: Materials Characterization

Mark D. Russell, University of Missouri–Columbia
Steven P. Neal, University of Missouri–Columbia

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Explicit Formulae Showing the Effects of Texture on Acoustoelastic Coefficients

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

Chi-Sing Man, University of Kentucky
Roberto Paroni, University of Kentucky

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Factors Affecting Stress Concentrations Near Pit Defects, as Monitored by Magnetic Flux Leakage, Magnetic Barkhausen Noise, and Neutron Diffraction

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

L. Clapham, Queen's University
K. Mandal, Queen's University
T. W. Krause, Queen's University
D. L. Atherton, Queen's University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Field Measurements of Ultrasonic Stress in a Compressor Rotor

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

Don E. Bray, Texas A&M University
Wei Tang, Texas A&M University
Dilawar S. Grewal, Texas A&M University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Guided Waves in a Fluid-Orthotropic Solid Bilayer

Section: Coatings and Layers

C. L. YApura, Texas A&M University
V. K. Kinra, Texas A&M University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Identification and Measurement of Fiber Glass Particles in Electron Microscopy Using a High Order Correlation Process

Section: Materials Characterization

O. Yáñez-Suárez, Colorado State University
M. R. Azimi-Sadjadi, Colorado State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Interferometric Detection of High Frequency Pulses of Ultrasound in Thin Coatings

Section: Coatings and Layers

C. J. Fiedler, United States Air Force
J. W. Wagner, Johns Hopkins University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Inversion of Eddy Current Data for Conductive Films and Coatings Thickness and Conductivity Measurement

Section: Coatings and Layers

B. de Halleux, Catholic University of Louvain
A. Ptchelintsev, Catholic University of Louvain

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Issues in the High Resolution Acoustoelastic Measurement of Stress

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

J. C. Johnson, Iowa State University
R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Laboratory Investigation of Higher Order Elastic Coefficients in Timber

Section: Construction Materials (Concrete, Timber)

M. L. Peterson, Colorado State University
C. Mittlestadt, Colorado State Univeristy
J. Downs III, Colorado State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Materials Characterization Using High-Frequency Atomic Force Microscopy and Friction Force Microscopy

Section: Materials Characterization

V. Scherer, Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing
K. Janser, Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing
U. Rabe, Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing
W. Arnold, Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing
O. Meissner, Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Measurement of Acoustoelastic Coefficient with Leaky Surface Wave

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

Koichiro Kawashima, Nagoya Institute of Technology
Ikuya Fujii, Nagoya Institute of Technology
Takeshi Sato, Nagoya Institute of Technology
Motohiro Okade, Aisin Seiki Co.

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Measurement of Thickness and Elastic Properties of Electroactive Polymer Films Using Plate Wave Dispersion Data

Section: Coatings and Layers

Anter El-Azab, University of California, Los Angeles
Ajit K. Mal, University of California, Los Angeles
Yoseph Bar-Cohen, California Institute of Technology
Shyh-Shiuh Lih, California Institute of Technology

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Measuring Porosity Using Sound Velocity in Phosphate Bonded Silicon Nitride

Section: Materials Characterization

J. A. Medding, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
J. C. Duke Jr., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Micromagnetic Changes in Steel Due to Surface Modification

Section: Materials Characterization

A. P. Parakka, Iowa State University
David C. Jiles, Iowa State University
H. Gupta, University of Connecticut
M. Zang, University of Connecticut

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Microstructural Characterization of Materials by a Rayleigh Wave Analysis

Section: Materials Characterization

F. Tardy, Commissariat à l'énergie atomique
M. H. Nadal, Commissariat à l'énergie atomique
C. Gondard, Commissariat à l'énergie atomique
L. Paradis, Commissariat à l'énergie atomique
P. Guy, Institut national des sciences appliquées
J. C. Baboux, Institut national des sciences appliquées

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Monitoring of Fatigue Damage in Pure Copper with Electromagnetic Acoustic Resonance

Section: Materials Characterization

Toshihiro Ohtani, Ebara Research Co., Ltd.
Hirotsugu Ogi, Osaka University
Masahiko Hirao, Osaka University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Nondestructive Evaluation of Coatings

Section: Coatings and Layers

A. Abbate, United States Army
J. F. Cox, United States Army
S. C. Schroeder, United States Army
B. Knight, United States Army
J. Frankel, United States Army

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Nondestructive Evaluation of Surface Properties of Sintered Si3N4 Ceramics with Surface Wave Dispersion

Section: Materials Characterization

Motohiro Okade, Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd.
Koichiro Kawashima, Nagoya Institute of Technology
Takeshi Satoh, Nagoya Institute of Technology
Ikuya Fujii, Nagoya Institute of Technology
Yasushi Ikeda, Japan Fine Ceramic Center

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Nondestructive Magnetic Measurement of Biaxial Stress Using Magnetic Fields Parallel and Perpendicular to the Stress Plane

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

M. J. Sablik, Southwest Research Institute
R. A. Langman, University of Tasmania
A. Belle, University of Tasmania

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Observation and Interpretation of Microstructurally Induced Fluctuations of Back-Surface Signals and Ultrasonic Attenuation in Titanium Alloys

Section: UT Backscatter/Microstructure

P. D. Panetta, Iowa State University
Frank J. Margetan, Iowa State University
Isaac Yalda, Iowa State University
R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Optical Strain Gauge for High Temperature Plastic Deformation Measurement

Section: Materials Characterization

L. M. Rizzi, CISE Tecnologie Innovative
P. Delvò, CISE Tecnologie Innovative
S. Ghia, Ente Nazionale per l'energia ELettrica

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Parametric Imaging of Surface Hardness Using Barkhausen Technique

Section: Materials Characterization

A. P. Parakka, Iowa State University
David C. Jiles, Iowa State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Phase Correction for Ultrasonic Bulk Wave Measurements of Elastic Constants in Anisotropic Materials

Section: Materials Characterization

A. I. Lavrentyev, Ohio State University
S. I. Rokhlin, Ohio State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Quantitative Evaluation of Thermally Induced Residual Sttresses in White Cast Iron and Steels with Different Cementite Morphologies

Section: Coatings and Layers

I. Altpeter, Fraunhofer Institut Zerstörungsfreie Prüfverfahren
R. Kern, Fraunhofer Institut Zerstörungsfreie Prüfverfahren
M. Lang, Fraunhofer Institut Zerstörungsfreie Prüfverfahren

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Simultaneous Inversion of Six Parameters for Three-Layered Metal Specimens

Section: Materials Characterization

C. L. Yapura, Texas A&M University
K. I. Maslov, Texas A&M University
V. K. Kinra, Texas A&M University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Solid-Liquid Interface Reconstructions Using Laser Ultrasonic Fan-Beam Projection Data

Section: Materials Characterization

Douglas T. Queheillalt, University of Virginia
Haydn N. G. Wadley, University of Virginia

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Stress Effect on Ultrasonic Wave Propagation Through the Solid-Solid and Liquid-Solid Plane Interface

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

A. D. Degtyar, Ohio State University
S. I. Roklin, Ohio State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

The Assessment of Surface Coatings Using Laser Ultrasound Detected with a Wideband Confocal Fabry-Pérot Interferometer Operating in Reflection Mode

Section: Coatings and Layers

A. S. Bradford, University of Manchester
Q. Shan, University of Manchester
R. J. Dewhurst, University of Manchester

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

The Ultrasonic Measurement of Elastic Constants of Structural FRP Composites

Section: Construction Materials (Concrete, Timber)

J. W. Littles Jr., Georgia Institute of Technology
L. J. Jacobs, Georgia Institute of Technology
A. H. Zureick, Georgia Institute of Technology

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

The Use of Barkhausen Noise for the Measurement of Residual Stresses in Aircraft Parts

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

J. O. Taylor, Rohr, Inc.

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Characterization of Plasma Spray Coating

Section: Coatings and Layers

S. I. Rokhlin, Ohio State University
M. Ganor, Ohio State University
A. D. Degtyar, Ohio State University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Evaluation of Rough and Porous Ceramic Coatings with a Dual-Element Large Aperture Lensless Line-Focus Transducer

Section: UT Backscatter/Microstructure

D. Xiang, National Institute of Standards and Technology
N. N. Hsu, National Institute of Standards and Technology
G. V. Blessing, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Grain Noise Modeling: Recent Applications to Engine Titanium Inspections

Section: UT Backscatter/Microstructure

Frank J. Margetan, Iowa State University
Isaac Yalda, Iowa State University
R. Bruce Thompson, Iowa State University
J. Umbach, Pratt & Whitney
U. Suh, General Electric
P. J. Howard, General Electric
D. C. Copley, General Electric
R. Gilmore, General Electric

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Inspection of Wooden Pallet Parts Using Time of Flight

Section: Construction Materials (Concrete, Timber)

Daniel L. Schmoldt, Southern Research Station
Robert M. Nelson, Southern Research Station
Robert J. Ross, Southern Research Station
Kent A. McDonald, Southern Research Station

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Measurement of Thickness, Density and Elastic Moduli of a Layer Embedded into a Solid

Section: Materials Characterization

A. I. Lavrentyev, Ohio State University
S. I. Rokhlin, Ohio State University
B. Farahbakhsh, Edison Welding Institute

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Response in Nd-Fe-B Sintered Material During Elastic Deformation

Section: Residual Stress and Texture

H. Ogi, Osaka University
M. Hirao, Osaka University
A. Nozaki, Osaka University

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

Ultrasonic Spectroscopy for Corrosion Detection

Section: Materials Characterization

James R. Tucker, Southern Research Institute

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM

X-Ray Backscatter Evaluation of Porosity Distribution in Low Density Porous Magnesium

Section: Materials Characterization

E. C. Greenawald, Geo-Centers, Inc.
L. J. Levenberry, Geo-Centers, Inc.
C. F. Poranski, United States Navy
R. K. Everett, United States Navy
K. E. Simmonds, United States Navy
N. K. Batra, United States Navy
D. Hu, United States Navy

Brunswick, ME

12:00 AM