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David Reid
David Reid
17:18 Jan-01-2017
Photoelastic Visualisation of Phased Array Sound Fields: Part 25 – The So-Called Creeping Wave – Far Surface with linear phased-array probe
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Hello Ed,

Have followed your brilliant career with great interest, and your photoelastic visualizatuons magnificent.

I have some input for you and some other types of visualization that I would love key to get your feedback on. My phone 587-987-0826

Your friend and colleague

Dave Reid

    
 
 
Paul Lake
Paul Lake
19:09 Jan-24-2018
Re: Photoelastic Visualisation of Phased Array Sound Fields: Part 25 – The So-Called Creeping Wave – Far Surface with linear phased-array probe
In Reply to David Reid at 17:18 Jan-01-2017 (Opening).

Please excuse this e mail if you find it intrusive.
I knew a Dave Reid in Oakville in the 70's when we worked for Atlas Labs NDT. We lost touch and it would be nice to reconnect.
Regards and apologies if its not you Dave!

Paul Lake

    
 
 

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