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S S Ananthan
Consultant,
RAA Tech Solutions, India, Joined Jun 2000, 36

S S Ananthan

Consultant,
RAA Tech Solutions,
India,
Joined Jun 2000
36
05:39 Feb-12-2002
Ultrasonic


I read some interesting articles on the use of Noise anlysis technique for the assessment of creep damage using ultrasonic signals by researcheres from IHI, Japan. HAs omeone else used this technique ? pl comment on the best method to assess the creep damage by ultrasonic signal analysis.

S S Ananthan


 
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henry havrydo
henry havrydo
05:48 Mar-02-2002
Re: Ultrasonic
:
: I read some interesting articles on the use of Noise anlysis technique for the assessment of creep damage using ultrasonic signals by researcheres from IHI, Japan. HAs omeone else used this technique ? pl comment on the best method to assess the creep damage by ultrasonic signal analysis.
.
: S S Ananthan
.
and please i want to know detail about it, i need it for my thesis and also i want to try it.
:henry



 
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Dr.G.V.S.Murthy
Dr.G.V.S.Murthy
08:21 Mar-11-2002
Re: Ultrasonic
: :
: : I read some interesting articles on the use of Noise anlysis technique for the assessment of creep damage using ultrasonic signals by researcheres from IHI, Japan. HAs omeone else used this technique ? pl comment on the best method to assess the creep damage by ultrasonic signal analysis.
: .
: : S S Ananthan
: .
: and please i want to know detail about it, i need it for my thesis and also i want to try it.
: :henry
.
Yes I have been reading these in the literature. May i request SSAnathan, to please send me the details about the Japanese studies. Some literature is cited in RQNDE.
GVSMurthy



 
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Gerry May
Consultant
Kellogg Brown & Root (Halliburton), USA, Joined Aug 2000, 6

Gerry May

Consultant
Kellogg Brown & Root (Halliburton),
USA,
Joined Aug 2000
6
06:28 Mar-11-2002
Re: Ultrasonic
: : : Are you referring to Acoustic Emissions (AE) signal analysis? Or are you refering to some form of Ultrasonic NDE with new signal analysis techniques?

: : : I read some interesting articles on the use of Noise anlysis technique for the assessment of creep damage using ultrasonic signals by researcheres from IHI, Japan. HAs omeone else used this technique ? pl comment on the best method to assess the creep damage by ultrasonic signal analysis.
: : .
: : : S S Ananthan
: : .
: : and please i want to know detail about it, i need it for my thesis and also i want to try it.
: : :henry
: .
: Yes I have been reading these in the literature. May i request SSAnathan, to please send me the details about the Japanese studies. Some literature is cited in RQNDE.
: GVSMurthy
.



 
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