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Nondestructive characterization of materials VI

  • 826 Pages
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Plenum Press , New York
Nondestructive testing -- Congresses, Materials -- Testing -- Congr
Other titlesNondestructive characterization of materials 6., Nondestructive characterization of materials six.
Statementedited by Robert E. Green, Jr., Krzysztof J. Kozaczek, and Clayton O. Ruud.
ContributionsGreen, Robert E. 1932-, Ruud, C. O., Kozaczek, Krzysztof J., International Symposium on Nondestructive Characterization of Materials (6th : 1993 : Turtle Bay Hilton Hotel, Hawaii)
LC ClassificationsTA417.2 .N65678 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 826 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1114063M
ISBN 100306448165
LC Control Number94040005

Traditionally the vast majority of materials characterization techniques have been destructive, e. g., chemical compositional analysis, metallographic determination of microstructure, tensile test measurement of mechanical properties, etc.

Also, traditionally, nondestructive techniques have been. Nondestructive Characterization of Materials VIII. Editors: Green, Robert E. (Ed.) Non-Destructive Evaluation of Plastic Strain in Deformed Layer using X-Ray Diffraction *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.

ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the. The role of nondestructive characterization of materials is changing and will continue to change dramatically.

It has become increasingly evident that it is both practical and cost effective to expand the role of nondestructive evaluation to include all aspects of materials' production and application and to introduce it much earlier in the manufacturing cycle.

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Advanced non-destructive characterization methods nowadays provide continuous data on the processing conditions and properties of materials being processed.

Real-time monitoring, for more effective and efficient real-time process control and improved product quality and.

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This chapter describes the principles of nondestructive materials characterization in the MMT range. It deals with applications such as the determination of thicknesses in layered systems and the determination of the material properties such as density, porosity, moisture, and anisotropy.

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