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Jason Corcoran
Jason Corcoran
02:08 Feb-06-1997
Maths for flaw dectection.

I am currently sitting my M.Sc. ( physics ),
in the field of UT of cement piles, as used
in construction in Ireland.
I am having some trouble finding books or articles
on the maths involved in this effect. I
would be grateful for any assistance.

Yours sincerly,
Jason Corcoran.



 
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Jerry Yanello
Jerry Yanello
09:22 Apr-11-1997
Re: Maths for flaw dectection.
: I am currently sitting my M.Sc. ( physics ),
: in the field of UT of cement piles, as used
: in construction in Ireland.
: I am having some trouble finding books or articles
: on the maths involved in this effect. I
: would be grateful for any assistance.

: Yours sincerly,
: Jason Corcoran.




 
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Jerry Yanello
Jerry Yanello
09:23 Apr-11-1997
Re: Maths for flaw dectection.
Try doing a search of this sight. They have alot of articles on NDE of concret


 
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