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Movie. Pencil break source — Physical Acoustics Corporation, Princeton, NJ. Movie. Guard transducers control noise — Physical Acoustics Corporation, Princeton, NJ; for the Federal Highway Administration, United States Department of Transportation, Washington, DC. Chapter 5. Acoustic Emission Signal Processing Movie. System with one channel — Physical Acoustics Corporation, Princeton, NJ; for the Federal Highway Administration, United States Department of Transportation, Washington, DC. Chapter 6. Acoustic Leak Testing Movie. Ultrasonic vibration of gas molecules escaping orifice — UE Systems, Elmsford, NY. Sound. Audible analog of ultrasonic signal — UE Systems, Elmsford, NY. Movie. Steam system leak test — UE Systems, Elmsford, NY. Movie. Amplitude rise heard through ultrasound detector as rough and raspy — UE Systems, Elmsford, NY. Chapter 7. Acoustic Emission Testing for Process and Condition Monitoring Movie. Discontinuities from welds — Physical Acoustics Corporation, Princeton, NJ; for the Federal Highway Administration, United States Department of Transportation, Washington, DC. Chapter 13. Acoustic Emission Testing Glossary Movie. Pencil break source — Physical Acoustics Corporation, Princeton, NJ; for the Federal Highway Administration, United States Department of Transportation, Washington, DC. Movie Sources
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Index A aboveground storage tanks, ultrasound leak testing, 221-222 absorbers, 270 accelerometers, 347 acceptance criteria, 15 acceptance testing, acoustic emission testing for, 13 accumulated energy, 46 acoustically active leakage, 183 acoustically passive leakage, 183 acoustic emission defined, 32 detecting, 69 early observations of, 21-24 factors contributing to, 62 factors increasing or decreasing relative amplitude response, 33 macroscopic origins, 61-68 means of generating and detecting, 15 microscopic origins, 69-78 plastic deformation sources, 61-62 in plates, 109-119 recording, 21-24 signal characterization, 45-50 waveform parameters, 46-47 acoustic emission leak testing. See acoustic leak testing acoustic emission monitoring. See also process and condition monitoring airframe monitoring for crack growth, 360 applications, 33 bridge crack growth remote monitoring, 310-314 bridges, 307-309 delayed coke drums, 290-291 fatigue crack monitoring of engine cowling, 367-376 grand prix race car felicity ratio, 403-404, 405, 406 leak testing of vessels, tanks, and pipelines, 220-225 location of incipient faults in power transformers, 333-334 loose parts in nuclear reactors, 347-353 machinery condition monitoring, 243-250 noise compensation, 37 power transformers during solar storms, 340, 341 pressure vessels, 273-274 resistance spot welding, 232-234 rocket motor case monitoring during hydrostatic testing, 377-381 sand in petroleum wells, 408-414 slope stability evaluation, 315-325 suspension bridge floor beam, 7 tank floors, 297 acoustic emission noise, 41-44. See also background noise compensation, 36-37 control, 42 and frequency range of transducers, 51 as limitation of acoustic emission testing, 13-14 sonic leak testing with, 189 steam flow lines, 345 acoustic emission sensors. See acoustic emission transducers acoustic emission source location, 39, 121-145
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  • Fall '19
  • Dune, Nondestructive testing, Acoustic Emission

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