NDT.net - July 2002, Vol. 7 No.07

Weld Porosity Simulations

E.A.Ginzel
Corresponding Author Contact:
Email: eginzel@mri.on.ca, Web: http://www.mri.on.ca

Abstract

Introduction

Background

Modelled and Illustrated Scatter

Scanning of Simulated Pores

Conclusions

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