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American Society for Nondestructive Testing (1995): p 115-117. 10. Bodine, H., R. Dawes, S. Henley and E.v.K. Hill. “Detecting Crack Growth in Metal Structures using Temporal Processing.” ANNIE ‘95: Artificial Neural Networks in Engineering. [Saint Louis, MO, December 1995]. Rolla, MO: University of Missouri–Rolla (1995). 11. Rovik, C.L. Classification of In-Flight Fatigue Cracks in Aircraft Structures Using Acoustic Emission and Neural Networks. Thesis. Daytona Beach, FL: Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (1998). 12. Vaughn, S.G., III. In-Flight Fatigue Crack Monitoring of an Aircraft Engine Cowling. Thesis. Daytona Beach, FL: Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (1988). 13. Fausett, L.V. Fundamentals of Neural Networks. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall (1994): p 169-175. 14. Hill, E.v.K., P.L. Israel and G.L. Knotts. “Neural Network Prediction of Aluminum-Lithium Weld Strengths from Acoustic Emission Amplitude Data.” Materials Evaluation. Vol. 51, No. 9. Columbus, OH: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (1993): p 1040-1045, 1051. 15. Pollock, A.A. Classical Wave Theory in Practical AE Testing. Princeton, NJ: Physical Acoustics Corporation (1985). 16. Hill, E.v.K. and T.J. Lewis. “Acoustic Emission Monitoring of a Filament-Wound Composite Rocket Motor Case during Hydroproof.” Materials Evaluation. Vol. 43, No. 7. Columbus, OH: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (June 1985): p 859-863. 17. ASTM E 1067, Standard Practice for Acoustic Emission Examination of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Resin (FRP) Tanks/Vessels. West Conshohocken, PA: ASTM International (2001). 18. Gorman, M.R. “Acoustic Emission from Cut Damaged Six-Inch Diameter Kevlar/Epoxy and Graphite/Epoxy Pressure Bottles.” Presented at JANNAF Meeting [Laurel, MD, November 1983]. Laurel, MD: Chemical Propulsion Information Agency (1983). 388 Acoustic Emission Testing References
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19. Russell, J.C. and M.R. Gorman. “Acoustic Emission Prediction of Burst Pressures in Twenty-Inch Diameter Filament Wound Graphite/Epoxy Bottles.” First International Symposium on Acoustic Emission from Reinforced Composite s [San Francisco, CA, July 1983]. Los Angeles, CA: Acoustic Emission Group (1983). 20. Gorman, M.R. and T.H. Rytting. “Long Duration AE Events in Filament Wound Graphite/Epoxy in the 100-300 kHz Band Pass Region.” First International Symposium on Acoustic Emission from Reinforced Composite s [San Francisco, CA, July 1983]. Los Angeles, CA: Acoustic Emission Group (1983). 21. Hamstad, M.A. and R.G. Patterson. “Considerations for Acoustic Emission Monitoring of Spherical Kevlar/Epoxy Composite Pressure Vessels.” Composites in Pressure Vessels and Piping. New York, NY: ASME International (1977): p 141-163. 22. Fowler, T.J. and E. Gray. “Development of an Acoustic Emission Test for FRP Equipment.” Preprint 3583. ASCE Convention and Exposition [Boston, MA, April 1979]. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers (1979). 23. Mumford, N.A., P.C. Hopkins and B.A. Lloyd. “Matrix/Fiber Interface Effects on Kevlar Pressure Vessel Performance.” Presented at AIAA/SAE/ASME 18th Joint Propulsion Conference [Cleveland, OH, June 1982] . New York, NY: American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (1982).
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