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How do you foresee the requirements for ultrasonic standards changing as NDE evolves from a defect detection mode to a quantitative defect characterization mode?
Proceedings of the ARPA/AFML Review of Quantitative NDE, June 1974–July 1975
  • Tom Cooper, United States Air Force
  • Edward L. Caustin, Rockwell International
  • Jerry Gardner, Southwest Research Institute
  • Donald G. Eitzen, National Bureau of Standards
  • R. Bruce Thompson, Rockwell International
  • William G.W. Yee, Convair Aerospace
  • Harold Berger, National Bureau of Standards
  • Jerry Posakony, Battelle Northwest
  • Anthony N. Mucciardi, Adaptronics, Inc.
  • Bill Andre, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • Steve Hart, United States Navy
  • Ron Nokes, United States Air Force
Document Type
7. Panel Discussion
Publication Date
7-1-1975
Abstract

The topic of our panel discussion is: "How do you foresee the requirements for ultrasonic standards changing as NDE evolves from a defect detection mode to a defect characterization mode?"

We've heard a number of comments yesterday and today about the problem of standards. Our plan for the balance of the day in the panel session is to hear from a group of experts who have had considerable experience, and therefore, have developed varied opinions on the problem of standards. We'll hear briefly from each of them, and then have an open discussion where those in the audience are invited to participate.

Language
en
Date Available
March 08, 2013
File Format
application/pdf
Citation Information
Tom Cooper, Edward L. Caustin, Jerry Gardner, Donald G. Eitzen, et al.. "How do you foresee the requirements for ultrasonic standards changing as NDE evolves from a defect detection mode to a quantitative defect characterization mode?" (1975)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rbruce_thompson/55/