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Naoto Yagi
Naoto Yagi
04:17 Feb-10-2001
Phased Array UT

I am NDT-Engineer in JAPAN.
I want to study about phased array UT especially focal-law calculation theory.
Please introduce me relative web-site,books,documentation...



 
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Massimo Carminati
Consultant
procontrol, Italy, Joined Jul 2000, 6

Massimo Carminati

Consultant
procontrol,
Italy,
Joined Jul 2000
6
00:25 Feb-10-2001
Re: Phased Array UT
Try to contact R/D Tech.


: I am NDT-Engineer in JAPAN.
: I want to study about phased array UT especially focal-law calculation theory.
: Please introduce me relative web-site,books,documentation...
.



 
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Rolf Diederichs
Director,
NDT.net, Germany, Joined Nov 1998, 616

Rolf Diederichs

Director,
NDT.net,
Germany,
Joined Nov 1998
616
01:44 Feb-10-2001
Re: Phased Array UT



 
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Niels Pörtzgen
Niels Pörtzgen
06:20 Mar-05-2001
Re: Phased Array UT
: I am NDT-Engineer in JAPAN.
: I want to study about phased array UT especially focal-law calculation theory.
: Please introduce me relative web-site,books,documentation...
.

I have studied phased arrays for almost a year. I've got documentations, simulations and references. I've also got some information of focal-law calculation theory including the derivation of the focal-law in two media (for example if a wedge is used). You can contact me for more information.



 
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quekl
quekl
06:43 Jun-24-2001
Re: Phased Array UT
I am a PHD cadidate in tsinghua Univ. China.
I also want to study phased arrys UT.Can I share your information ? thanks!


I have studied phased arrays for almost a year. I've got documentations, simulations and references. I've also got some information of focal-law calculation theory including the derivation of the focal-law in two media (for example if a wedge is used). You can contact me for more information.
.



 
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