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Calvin Kendall
Calvin Kendall
00:10 Dec-18-1998
Use of Acoustics and Ultrasonics evaluating wood properties

I am interested in finding out who is currently doing research applying acoustic and ultrasonic testing techniques to understanding and evaluating the properties of wood, in particular, solid wood.

I am looking for a nucleus of research comprising expertise and knowledge in both the areas of sonics and wood science and with a current, ongoing research program in this area and an interest in partnering with private industry in the USA.


    
 
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Dr. Christian Grosse
Teacher,
Technische Universität München, Germany, Joined Nov 2000, 11

Dr. Christian Grosse

Teacher,
Technische Universität München,
Germany,
Joined Nov 2000
11
09:55 Dec-19-1998
Re: Use of Acoustics and Ultrasonics evaluating wood properties
: I am interested in finding out who is currently doing research applying acoustic and ultrasonic testing techniques to understanding and evaluating the properties of wood, in particular, solid wood.

: I am looking for a nucleus of research comprising expertise and knowledge in both the areas of sonics and wood science and with a current, ongoing research program in this area and an interest in partnering with private industry in the USA.

There is a research project at the University of Stuttgart on the use of ultrasonics and acoustic emission in wood.
You can contact Dr. Simon Aicher at simon.aicher@po.uni-stuttgart.de




    
 
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Rolf Diederichs
Director,
NDT.net, Germany, Joined Nov 1998, 608

Rolf Diederichs

Director,
NDT.net,
Germany,
Joined Nov 1998
608
02:39 Dec-21-1998
Re: Use of Acoustics and Ultrasonics evaluating wood properties
: I am interested in finding out who is currently doing research applying acoustic and ultrasonic testing techniques to understanding and evaluating the properties of wood, in particular, solid wood.

: I am looking for a nucleus of research comprising expertise and knowledge in both the areas of sonics and wood science and with a current, ongoing research program in this area and an interest in partnering with private industry in the USA.
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The Table of contents of the NDT of Wood Proceedings is available at
http://www.ndt.net/publicat/bibliog/cnflw_96.htm

The 10th International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing Lausanne
- Switzerland Aug 96.

This Symposium was organized by IBOIS - Chair of Timber Construction of the
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, with Prof. Jean Luc Sandoz.

See the sample full-text at:
http://www.ndt.net//article/sandoz/sandoz.htm
Ultrasonic solid wood evaluation in industrial applications
by J. L. Sandoz



    
 
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saeed kazemi
saeed kazemi
07:30 Dec-18-1999
Re: Use of Acoustics and Ultrasonics evaluating wood properties
: : I am interested in finding out who is currently doing research applying acoustic and ultrasonic testing techniques to understanding and evaluating the properties of wood, in particular, solid wood.

: : I am looking for a nucleus of research comprising expertise and knowledge in both the areas of sonics and wood science and with a current, ongoing research program in this area and an interest in partnering with private industry in the USA.
: -----------

: The Table of contents of the NDT of Wood Proceedings is available at
: http://www.ndt.net/publicat/bibliog/cnflw_96.htm

: The 10th International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing Lausanne
: - Switzerland Aug 96.

: This Symposium was organized by IBOIS - Chair of Timber Construction of the
: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, with Prof. Jean Luc Sandoz.

: See the sample full-text at:
: http://www.ndt.net//article/sandoz/sandoz.htm
: Ultrasonic solid wood evaluation in industrial applications
: by J. L. Sandoz




    
 
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emmet mcgauran
emmet mcgauran
07:20 Jul-06-2000
Re: Use of Acoustics and Ultrasonics evaluating wood properties
: : I am interested in finding out who is currently doing research applying acoustic and ultrasonic testing techniques to understanding and evaluating the properties of wood, in particular, solid wood.

: : I am looking for a nucleus of research comprising expertise and knowledge in both the areas of sonics and wood science and with a current, ongoing research program in this area and an interest in partnering with private industry in the USA.
: -----------

: The Table of contents of the NDT of Wood Proceedings is available at
: http://www.ndt.net/publicat/bibliog/cnflw_96.htm

: The 10th International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing Lausanne
: - Switzerland Aug 96.

: This Symposium was organized by IBOIS - Chair of Timber Construction of the
: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, with Prof. Jean Luc Sandoz.

: See the sample full-text at:
: http://www.ndt.net//article/sandoz/sandoz.htm
: Ultrasonic solid wood evaluation in industrial applications
: by J. L. Sandoz




    
 
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Antonio Pires Azevedo Júnior
Antonio Pires Azevedo Júnior
00:42 Sep-15-2000
Re: Use of Acoustics and Ultrasonics evaluating wood properties

: : : I am interested in finding out who is currently doing research applying acoustic and ultrasonic testing techniques to understanding and evaluating the properties of wood, in particular, solid wood.

: : : I am looking for a nucleus of research comprising expertise and knowledge in both the areas of sonics and wood science and with a current, ongoing research program in this area and an interest in partnering with private industry in the USA.
: : -----------

: : The Table of contents of the NDT of Wood Proceedings is available at
: : http://www.ndt.net/publicat/bibliog/cnflw_96.htm

: : The 10th International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing Lausanne
: : - Switzerland Aug 96.

: : This Symposium was organized by IBOIS - Chair of Timber Construction of the
: : Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, with Prof. Jean Luc Sandoz.

: : See the sample full-text at:
: : http://www.ndt.net//article/sandoz/sandoz.htm
: : Ultrasonic solid wood evaluation in industrial applications
: : by J. L. Sandoz




    
 
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R. H. Greene
R. H. Greene
00:13 Oct-19-2000
Re: Use of Acoustics and Ultrasonics evaluating wood properties
: I am interested in any experimental results using propagated acoustic waves to penetrate wood of various species...wavelength transmission characteristics, etc.


    
 
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Carmen Herrera
Carmen Herrera
00:14 Nov-29-2001
Re: Use of Acoustics and Ultrasonics evaluating wood properties
: I am interested in finding out who is currently doing research applying acoustic and ultrasonic testing techniques to understanding and evaluating the properties of wood, in particular, solid wood and wood based panels.





    
 
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Rodrigo Terezo
Rodrigo Terezo
00:49 Dec-23-2002
Re: Use of Acoustics and Ultrasonics evaluating wood properties
: : I am interested in finding out articles and who is currently doing research applying acoustic and ultrasonic testing techniques to understanding and evaluating the properties of wood, in particular, solid wood.



    
 
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Pedro Feres Filho
Director,
Brazil, Joined Jul 2001, 1

Pedro Feres Filho

Director,
Brazil,
Joined Jul 2001
1
01:09 Dec-23-2002
Re: Use of Acoustics and Ultrasonics evaluating wood properties
: : : I am interested in finding out articles and who is currently doing research applying acoustic and ultrasonic testing techniques to understanding and evaluating the properties of wood, in particular, solid wood.
.
Dear Rodrigo, we have acoustic tecnology available for this application. Por favor entre em contato (11 3082 5111)


    
 
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