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Vol. 8, No. 3. Los Angeles, CA: Acoustic Emission Group (July-September 1989). 3. Schuyler, R.L., III. “Hydrogen Blistering of Steel in Anhydrous Hydrofluoric Acid.” Materials Performance. Houston, TX: NACE International (August 1979): p 9. 4. DOT CFFC, Basic Requirements for Fully Wrapped Carbon-Fiber Reinforced Aluminum Lined Cylinders. Washington, DC: United States Department of Transportation. 5. Naval Sea Systems Command, Agreement N00024-97-H-4194, Acoustic Emission and Ultrasonic Testing for Periodic Inspection of Pneumatic Pressure Vessels — Commercial Operations and Support Savings Initiative. Princeton, NJ: Physical Acoustics Corporation (August 1997). 6. ASTM E 2191, Standard Test Method for Examination of Gas-Filled Filament-Wound Composite Pressure Vessels Using Acoustic Emission. West Conshohocken, PA: ASTM International (2002). 7. Fultineer, R.D., Jr. and J.R. Mitchell. “Field Data on Testing of NGV Containers Using Proposed ASTM Standard Test Method for Examination of Gas-Filled Filament-Wound Pressure Vessels Using Acoustic Emission (ASTM E070403-95/1).” Acoustic Emission: Standards and Technology Update . Special Technical Publication 1353. West Conshohocken, PA: ASTM International (1998). 8. ASTM E 650, Standard Guide for Mounting Piezoelectric Acoustic Emission Sensors. West Conshohocken, PA: ASTM International (2002). 9. ASTM E 976, Standard Guide for Determining the Reproducibility of Acoustic Emission Sensor Response. West Conshohocken, PA: ASTM International (2000). 10. Section 7, “Acoustic Emission Applications in the Petroleum and Chemical Industries.” Nondestructive Testing Handbook, second edition: Vol. 5, Acoustic Emission Testing. Columbus, OH: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (1987): p 155-223. 11. Vahaviolos, S.J., R.K. Miller, D.J. Watts, V.S. Shemyakin and S.A. Stirzkov. “Detection and Location of Cracks and Leaks in Buried Pipelines Using Acoustic Emission.” Progress in Acoustics Emission X: Proceedings of the 15th International Acoustic Emission Symposium [Tokyo, Japan, September 2000]. 12. Monitoring Fracture in Pipeline Sections. Pensacola, FL: Aerojet General (1967). 13. Fowler, T.J. “Acoustic Emission of Fiber Reinforced Plastics.” Fall Convention [San Francisco, CA, October 1977]. Preprint 3092. New York, NY: American Society of Civil Engineers (1977). 14. Fowler, J.J. and E. Gray. “Development of an Acoustic Emission Test for FRP Equipment.” Annual Convention [Boston, MA, April 1979]. Preprint 3593. New York, NY: American Society of Civil Engineers (1979). 15. Fowler, T.J. and R.S. Scarpellini. “Acoustic Emission Testing of FRP Equipment.” Chemical Engineering. Part 1 (October 1980) and Part 2 (November 1980). Albany, NY: McGraw-Hill. 16. Crump, T.N. and J. Teti. “Acceptance Criteria for Acoustic Emission Testing of FRP Tanks.” Emerging High Performance Structural Plastic Technology. New York, NY: American Society of Civil Engineers (April 1982).
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