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Koichiro Kawashima
Koichiro Kawashima
09:33 Jan-10-2003
EMAT receiver for Rayleigh and Lamb waves

I am looking for EMAT receivers for Rayleigh and Lamb waves of maximum frequency of 10MHz.


    
 
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ERIC CRESCENZO
ERIC CRESCENZO
06:12 Jan-13-2003
Re: EMAT receiver for Rayleigh and Lamb waves
: I am looking for EMAT receivers for Rayleigh and Lamb waves of maximum frequency of 10MHz.

Dear Mr Koichiro Kawashima

Following your mesage would you note we're a French NDT company specialised in electromagnetic and UT technologies. We have an european project developed EMAT/EMAT and laser/EMAT system and so if you're interested we can study the possibility to help you
sincerely yours
Eric CRESCENZO



    
 
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