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Norasiah
R & D, Research Officer
Nuclear Malaysia Agency, Malaysia, Joined Jan 2008, 2

Norasiah

R & D, Research Officer
Nuclear Malaysia Agency,
Malaysia,
Joined Jan 2008
2
01:01 Apr-24-2008
AE and Fracture Mechanis Training


Hello...
I am looking assisstance of finding training in Acoustic Emission and Fracture Mechanics. the training center shall provide expertice from both area of study. thank you.
regards.




 
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amir
amir
01:27 Apr-25-2008
Re: AE and Fracture Mechanis Training
Hi,
i am ready about AE training theoretical and experimentally also about fracture


 
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Norasiah
R & D, Research Officer
Nuclear Malaysia Agency, Malaysia, Joined Jan 2008, 2

Norasiah

R & D, Research Officer
Nuclear Malaysia Agency,
Malaysia,
Joined Jan 2008
2
01:11 Apr-28-2008
Re: AE and Fracture Mechanis Training
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hi,
: i am ready about AE training theoretical and experimentally also about fracture
------------ End Original Message ------------

Dear Mr. Amir
can u give me your contact number and also your email address so that we can directly communicate each other.
thank you.

regards
-Norasiah-


 
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amir
amir
04:29 May-02-2008
Re: AE and Fracture Mechanis Training
ok, my email: amir_refahi82@yahoo.com





 
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