The Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE is the world's leading conference in reporting annually new research and development results in quantitative NDE. The conference reports on both fundamental and applied advances in NDE and promotes communication between the research and engineering communities and emphasize current reporting of work in progress. Attendees include representatives of academia (including students), industry, and government with approximately one-half coming from the United States and the other half from overseas. This volume represents the best report of ongoing work that is available anywhere. Connections and overlap with the medical diagnostic community are highlighted.MAKING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT AWARE OF NDT AS A CAREER FIELD In response to recent research indicating ... The project has two main goals: (1) To increase interest and appreciation for the practical implications of science and physics ... produced to keep the field of NDT visible to junior and senior high students, science teachers and career counselors. ... an engineering degree after receiving their two-year degree were invited to participate in 10- week summer internshipanbsp;...
|Title||:||Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation - Volume 20A/B|
|Author||:||Donald O. Thompson, Dale E. Chimenti|
|Publisher||:||American Inst. of Physics - 2001-05-11|