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truck tire ultrasound leak testing, 209 true energy, 46, 153 tungsten, use in transducers, 52 turbulent flow acoustic emission caused by, 13 noise source, 41 of oil in power transformers, 333 sonic and ultrasonic leak signals, 188 ultrasound leak detection, 182, 183 twinning acoustic emission caused by, 32 and yield stress, 62 two-channel digital signal processing, 151 U ultimate strength, and fiberglass epoxy tensile test object failure mechanism, 167, 170 ultrasonic leak signals, 187-188 ultrasonic scanning probe, for ultrasound leak testing, 182, 191-192 ultrasonic testing, 5, 10 ultrasonic tone generator, 183, 194-195 ultrasound leakage detection kit, 182 ultrasound leak testing. See also airborne ultrasound detection advantages and limitations, 188-189 calibration, 196 electrical inspection, 215-217 engines, hydraulic systems, machinery, and vehicles, 213-214 evacuated systems, 211-212 factors influencing, 184 high voltage electrical leak sources, 185-186 instrumentation, 186, 191-197 pressurized industrial and transportation systems, 198-210 pressurized telephone cables, 218-219 principles, 182-190 sensitivity, 188, 189 underground pipelines, ultrasound leak testing, 202 underwater crude oil pipelines, 287-289 Unified Numbering System metals and alloys. See UNS United States Department of Defense (DOE), 17 UNS A91100 aluminum alloy, electron beam melting, 78 UNS A92024 temper 3 (2024-T3), wrought aluminum alloy, aircraft in-flight engine cowling monitoring application, 374 UNS A92195 aluminum lithium alloy, acoustic emission weld monitoring, 235-242 UNS A92219 wrought aluminum alloy attenuation due to surface coating on panel, 93 electron beam melting, 78 fracture criteria, 68 UNS A97075 temper 6 (7075-T6), wrought aluminum alloy aircraft in-flight engine cowling monitoring application, 371 aircraft in-flight monitoring application, 365 UNS A97075 temper 651, wrought aluminum alloy acoustic emission at yield stress, 62 acoustic emission variation with stress for fracture specimens, 64 fracture criteria, 67, 68 pattern recognition application, 50 UNS G10180 carbon steel, acoustic emission from milling, 229, 230 UNS G43400 alloy steel acoustic emission from milling, 229-231 out-of-plane displacement prediction for cracklike source, 117 waveform based source location, 135-136 UNS K02700 carbon steel, fracture criteria, 66 UNS K11430 alloy steel, acoustic emission remote monitoring of bridge components, 310-312 UNS K11856 boron chromium alloy steel, slow cracking in bridges, 313-314 UNS K22925 alloy steel, monitoring in F-111 fighter bombers, 360 UNS K24728 alloy steel, fracture criteria, 66 UNS N06600 nickel chromium alloy, detection of active stress corrosion cracking, 416-417 UNS S31635 titanium stabilized austenitic chromium nickel molybdenum stainless steel, active corrosion detection, 419-420 unsupervised pattern recognition, 158, 164-166 444 Acoustic Emission Testing
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V vacuum systems, ultrasound leak testing, 182, 207-208, 211-212 valves ultrasound leak testing, 182 ultrasound leak testing of aircraft compressor valves, 206 ultrasound leak testing of automotive, 208 ultrasound leak testing of flare valve, 221 VC-10 transport aircraft, pressurization proof testing, 362-364 vessels. See also pressure vessels leak testing, 220-225 moment tensor analysis application, 400 vibration, 5
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  • Fall '19
  • Dune, Nondestructive testing, Acoustic Emission

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