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15. The Works of Geber, Englished by Richard Russell, 1678: A New Edition with Introduction by E.J. Holmyard. New York, NY: Dutton (1928): p 50, 66, 69, 139 and 149. 16. Kishinouye, F. “An Experiment on the Progression of Fracture (A Preliminary Report)” [in Japanese]. Jishin [ Journal of the Seismological Society of Japan ] . Vol. 6. Tokyo, Japan: Nihon Jishin Gakkai (1934): p 25-31. Translation: Journal of Acoustic Emission. Vol. 9, No. 3. Los Angeles, CA: Acoustic Emission Group (July-September 1990): p 177-180. 17. Kishinouye, F. “Frequency-Distribution of the Ito Earthquake Swarm of 1930.” Bulletin of the Earthquake Research Institute. Vol. 15, No. 2. Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo Imperial University (1937): p 785-826 and plate LVL (Figs. 5 and 15). 18. Förster, F. and E. Scheil. “Akustische Untersuchung der Bildung von Martensitnadeln” [Acoustic Study of the Formation of Martensite Needles]. Zeitschrift für Metallkunde. Vol. 29, No. 9. Stuttgart, Germany: Riederer-Verlag (September 1936): p 245-247. 19. Mason, W.P., H.J. McSkimin and W. Shockley. “Ultrasonic Observation of Twinning in Tin.” Physical Review. Vol. 73, No. 10. Melville, NY: American Physical Society (May 1948): p 1213-1214. 20. Millard, D.J. Twinning in Single Crystals of Cadmium. Dissertation. Bristol, United Kingdom: University of Bristol (1950). 28 Acoustic Emission Testing References
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21. Henning, D. “Josef Kaiser: His Achievements in Acoustic Emission Research” [Yesteryears]. Materials Evaluation. Vol. 46, No. 2. Columbus, OH: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (February 1988): p 193-195. 22. Kaiser, J. Untersuchungen über das Auftreten von Geräushen beim Zugversuch [ Investigation about the Occurrence of Acoustic Phenomena in Tensile Tests ]. Dissertation. Munich, Germany: Technische Hochschule München (1950). 23. Schofield, B.H., R.A. Bareiss and A.A. Kyrala. Acoustic Emission under Applied Stress. WADC Technical Report 58-194. Boston, MA: Lessells and Associates (April 1958). 24. Schofield, B.H. Acoustic Emission under Applied Stress. Report ARL-150. Boston, MA: Lessells and Associates (December 1961). 25. Späth, W. Fliessen und Kriechen der Metalle. Berlin-Grünewald, Germany: Metall-Verlag GmbH (1955). 26. Tatro, C.A. Acoustic Emission from Crystalline Materials Subjected to External Loads. East Lansing, MI: College of Engineering, Michigan State University (April 1960). 27. Tatro, C.A. and R.G. Liptai. “Acoustic Emission from Crystalline Substances.” Proceedings of the Third Symposium on Physics and Nondestructive Testing. San Antonio, TX: Southwest Research Institute (October 1962): p 145-158. 28. Green, A.T. “Necessity: The Mother of Acoustic Emission Testing, 1961-72” [Yesteryears]. Materials Evaluation. Vol. 43, No. 6. Columbus, OH: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (May 1985): p 600–602, 604, 606, 608, 610. 29. Srawley, J. and J.B. Esgar. Investigation of Hydrotest Failure of Thiokol Chemical Corporation 260-Inch-Diameter SL-1 Motor Case. NASA TM X-1194. Cleveland, OH: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lewis Research Center (January 1966).
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