00:53 Nov-17-1998 Ultrasonic Testing of Butt Fusion Welded Polyethylene Pipes
In 1997 and 1998 we had some Forum topics on ultrasonic testing of butt fusion welded polyethylene pipes. Jeff Phillips followed up this matter and I am appreciate very much his contribution I received with his email message:
Jeff Phillips wrote: As from early next month, my email address and web address at Deakin University will be removed from the university servers, due to a change in policy for undergraduate students.
I have attached a file to this email that lists references related to the UT of PE Butt welds. I believe this list should reside somewhere on ndt.net. (See at http://www.ndt.net/publicat/bibliog/utpepipe.htm)
I consider that these references may be useful to others that have an interest in this subject. In particular the GRI Reports, TWI Reports, Krautkramer references and the Journal of Applied Physics articles provide some very good information on this subject.
The assistance of you and many others, certainly helped me uncover many references that I would not normally havefound.
Thank you for your assistance.
Jeff Phillips - Off Campus Student Deakin University - Australia Home Address: 68 Merrett Drive - Williamstown - Victoria - Australia 3016 Home Phone: 61 3 93978615 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org WWW: http://www.deakin.edu.au/~jeffreyp
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