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Simona Mihail
Engineering
University of Polytechnic Bucharest, Romania, Joined Mar 2009, 2

Simona Mihail

Engineering
University of Polytechnic Bucharest,
Romania,
Joined Mar 2009
2
09:28 Sep-07-2009
Ultrasonic

Hello,
I'm from Romania and I am currently taking doctoral studies in "Ultrasonic examination by immersion".
I found a book on internet that I need and it's impossible for me to find it in Romania but is also very expensive for me right now.
I have a question:
Is there any chance for me to find this book elsewhere, at a lower price? Or can you recommmend me another similar book or other article on this topic?
The book is: "Advanced Ultrasonic Methods for Material and Structure Inspection" by Tribikram Kundu
http://iste.co.uk/index.php?p=a&ACTION=View&id=175
Thank you.

 
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Raimond Grimberg
R & D, Professor
National Institute of R&D for Technical Physics, Romania, Joined Nov 2001, 2

Raimond Grimberg

R & D, Professor
National Institute of R&D for Technical Physics,
Romania,
Joined Nov 2001
2
17:03 Sep-08-2009
Re: Ultrasonic
In Reply to Simona Mihail at 09:28 Sep-07-2009 (Opening).

The book "Advanced Ultrasonic Methods for Material and Structure Inspection" by Tribikram Kundu can be found at the Library of Politechnical University, Bucharest.
There are a lot of Ultrasound books concerning the subject of your Ph.D. thesis:
- J.Krautkramer, H.Krautkremer - Ultrasonic Testing of Materials, 4th Ed., Springer Verlag, 1990
- A.H. Harker, Elastic Waves in Solids with applications to Nondestructive testing of pipelines, British Gas.
- Lester W.Schmer, Fundamentals of Ultrasonic Nondestructive Evaluation - A modeling approach, Plenum Press, NY, 1998
Also, you can find a lot of literature in Romanian, published by Romanian Association for Nondestructive Examination - (AROEND).
Good luck!

 
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Simona Mihail
Engineering
University of Polytechnic Bucharest, Romania, Joined Mar 2009, 2

Simona Mihail

Engineering
University of Polytechnic Bucharest,
Romania,
Joined Mar 2009
2
10:54 Sep-09-2009
Re: Ultrasonic
In Reply to Raimond Grimberg at 17:03 Sep-08-2009 .

Thank you for the information

 
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