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Marshal Clark
Marshal Clark
06:04 Nov-13-2000
Journal of Acoustic Emission

Does anyone know who publishes the Journal of Acoustic Emission and where I can contact them?


 
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Jens Forker
Jens Forker
09:16 Nov-13-2000
Re: Journal of Acoustic Emission
: Does anyone know who publishes the Journal of Acoustic Emission and where I can contact them?

The editor is Professor Kanji Ono (ono@seas.ucla.edu)

Regards
Jens Forker




 
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Dr.Sotirios J. Vahaviolos
R & D, -
MISTRAS Group, Inc., USA, Joined Jan 2000, 15

Dr.Sotirios J. Vahaviolos

R & D, -
MISTRAS Group, Inc.,
USA,
Joined Jan 2000
15
05:46 Mar-03-2001
Re: Journal of Acoustic Emission
: : Does anyone know who publishes the Journal of Acoustic Emission and where I can contact them?
.
:
: some info.@ same
.It is published by "Acoustic Emission Group" in Los Angeles
California.You should contact directly Prof.Kanji Ono
at UCLA who is the Editor

E-mail Address(es):
ono@ucla.edu
Good luck
Sotirios





 
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sanjay kumar singh
sanjay kumar singh
00:51 Jun-07-2001
Re: Journal of Acoustic Emission
Does anyone no how i can get some paper from this journal because my institution don't have this journal
if anyone inform me then i will be obliged for him
thanking you





 
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Dr.Sotirios J. Vahaviolos
R & D, -
MISTRAS Group, Inc., USA, Joined Jan 2000, 15

Dr.Sotirios J. Vahaviolos

R & D, -
MISTRAS Group, Inc.,
USA,
Joined Jan 2000
15
04:00 Jun-07-2001
Re: Journal of Acoustic Emission
: Does anyone no how i can get some paper from this journal because my institution don't have this journal
: if anyone inform me then i will be obliged for him
: thanking you
.
.The Journal is produced by Prof. K. Ono of UCLA :
E-mail Address(es):
ono@ucla.edu
I am sure that Prof. Ono or one of his students will help you.
Sotirios





 
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Jens Forker
Jens Forker
01:52 Jan-10-2002
Re: Journal of Acoustic Emission
Journal of AE is published by Professor Kanji Ono (ono@seas.ucla.edu) at UCLA, USA.

Regards
Jens Forker

: : Does anyone know who publishes the Journal of Acoustic Emission and where I can contact them?
:
.



 
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Jens Forker
Jens Forker
04:10 Nov-14-2002
Re: Journal of Acoustic Emission
the editor of Journal of AE is:

University of California
Dept.of Material Science & Engineering
Professor Kanji Ono
6531 Boelter Hall,
Los Angeles, CA 90095
USA
e-Mail: ono@ucla.edu

regards
Jens

: i am working in area AE
: i want to publish my work in your journal
: please send details on my mail
.



 
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Dr.Sotirios J. Vahaviolos
R & D, -
MISTRAS Group, Inc., USA, Joined Jan 2000, 15

Dr.Sotirios J. Vahaviolos

R & D, -
MISTRAS Group, Inc.,
USA,
Joined Jan 2000
15
04:59 Nov-14-2002
Re: Journal of Acoustic Emission
: i am working in area AE
: i want to publish my work in your journal
: please send details on my mail


.The best place to publish your work is in the Journal of Acoustic Emission published by:Acoustic Emission Group,Enrino,CA USA.Its editor is a well known Professor and authority in Acoustic Emission,Prof.Kanji Ono of UCLA.He can be found at (310)825-5233 and e-mail ONO, Prof. Kanji,E-mail Address(es):ono@ucla.edu.Keep in-mind also that the ndt.net also publishes articles as does Materials Evaluation magazine of ASNT and other technical societies.





 
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rahim ranjbar
rahim ranjbar
08:06 Dec-23-2002
Re: Journal of Acoustic Emission
please send me informations about the AE method.


 
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Jens Forker
Jens Forker
02:28 Jan-08-2003
Re: Journal of Acoustic Emission
Please send your full address details to sales@vallen.de
We will send you an information package by mail.
regards
Jens Forker

: please send me informations about the AE method.
.



 
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