Journal Published Online: 01 September 1991
Volume 19, Issue 5

International Advances in Nondestructive Testing, Volume 15



This volume contains an interesting variety of papers on recent advances in nondestructive testing as well as comments of general interest on present problems. One of the latter points out the difficulties resulting from the differences in terminology between that used by the physicists who design nondestructive tests and that by the technicians who perform them. The conclusion was that the scientists should work directly with the technicians and discuss the testing procedures with them. Another paper of general interest made a comparison of the NDE professional and the M.D., stating that the former got less respect, although individuals in each profession must “understand and diagnose physical systems that vary in structure, material and function from one test to another.”

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McKee, CW
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