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Emerging Technologies For Nde Of Aging Aircraft Structures

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 February 2011

R. E. Green
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Center for Nondestructive Evaluation and Materials Science & Engineering Department, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 21218
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Abstract

Several emerging technologies affording new opportunities for the nondestructive evaluation of aging aircraft structures. Among these technologies are ultrasonic attenuation detection of fatigue and corrosion damage; non-contact ultrasound including laser-laser, laser-EMAT, laser-air, and air-air; laser based acoustic emission source identification; full-field double-pulse holographic imaging; non-linear assessment of adhesive bond quality; x-ray diffraction topographic imaging of the quality of nickel based alloy single crystal turbine blades.

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