Accession Number : AD0710687

Title :   PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUM ON CORRELATION OF MATERIAL CHARACTERISTICS WITH SYSTEMS PERFORMANCE HELD AT USAF CONFERENCE FACILITY, ORLANDO AIR FORCE BASE, FLORIDA, ON MAY 10-12, 1967. VOLUME 2.

Corporate Author : TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAM

Report Date : 1968

Pagination or Media Count : 267

Abstract : Articles included in the report include: Relationships between specimen performance and structure performance in low-cycle fatigue; Evaluation of high performance rocket motor cases using sub-scale precracked models; A system approach to the nondestructive testing of composite materials; Low voltage and neutron radiography techniques for evaluating boron filament/metal matrix composites; Designing nondestructive tests to define material characteristics; Detection of concealed cracks beneath fasteners by acoustic means; Is there any correlation between flaws and service performance; An engineering basis for establishing radiographic acceptance standards for porosity in steel weldments; New NDT techniques for aerospace materials and structures; A coordinate effort to solve industrial NDT problems in Great Britain; A 31 MeV betatron study of the production of high integrity steel castings; Effect of mechanical properties on the velocity of ultrasonic waves.

Descriptors :   (*MATERIALS, TEST METHODS), (*NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), (*COMPOSITE MATERIALS, NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING), SYMPOSIA, ROCKET ENGINES, BORON, ULTRASONIC RADIATION, WELDS, STEEL

Subject Categories : Miscellaneous Materials
      Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE