NDT.net - March 1999, Vol.4 No.3
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Use of Flexible Ultrasonic Arrays in Inspection

Jocelyn Langlois
Sigma Transducers, Inc., Kennewick, WA. 99336
R.S. Frankle
Exponent, 149 Commonwealth Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94025
Corresponding Author Contact:
Email: jocelyn_l@hotmail.com




Piping Applications

Piping Wall Thickness

Structural Monitoring

Increasing use of Composites

Inspection of Composites



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