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Dr Chris Edwards
Physicist
Dept of Phyics, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, Joined Nov 1998, 1

Dr Chris Edwards

Physicist
Dept of Phyics, University of Warwick,
United Kingdom,
Joined Nov 1998
1
00:22 Mar-05-1998
EMATs

We have a non contact ultrasound group in the Physics department at the Univversity of Warwick which has experience dating back nearly 20 years.
I was interested to read the article about texture measurement using separate EMATs.
Listed below are some of our publications on the subject where we can carry out the same measurement in a single measurement with a single EMAT
S.Dixon, C Edwards and S B Palmer, "A Study of Acoustic Birefringence in Aluminium Alloys using Broadband electromagnetic acoustic transducers (EMATs)
Ultrasonic Int. Conf Proc 1993 pp213-216
S Dixon C Edwards, S B Palmer " The analysis of adhesive bonds using electromagnetic acoustic transducers,
Ultrasonics vol32, 1994 pp425-430

Chris Edwards


 
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Chris Edwards
Chris Edwards
00:22 Mar-05-1998
Re: EMATs
Sorry for sending the same message 3X. This is first time I've tried to used this forum and I've accidently resent the original message when trying to send a follow up.
Following help from Rolf Dieterichs. We will be submitting abstracts of the above papers and some other more recent papers which I hope this forum will find of interest.

: Chris Edwards




 
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Siti Noorjannah Bt Abdul Hamid
Siti Noorjannah Bt Abdul Hamid
03:31 May-12-1998
Re: EMATs
: We have a non contact ultrasound group in the Physics department at the Univversity of Warwick which has experience dating back nearly 20 years.
: I was interested to read the article about texture measurement using separate EMATs.
: Listed below are some of our publications on the subject where we can carry out the same measurement in a single measurement with a single EMAT
: S.Dixon, C Edwards and S B Palmer, "A Study of Acoustic Birefringence in Aluminium Alloys using Broadband electromagnetic acoustic transducers (EMATs)
: Ultrasonic Int. Conf Proc 1993 pp213-216
: S Dixon C Edwards, S B Palmer " The analysis of adhesive bonds using electromagnetic acoustic transducers,
: Ultrasonics vol32, 1994 pp425-430

: Chris Edwards




 
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