The purpose of this bibliography is to list all of the known literature on acoustic emission in a single volume. The bibliography is intended to serve as a reference to the literature for those interested in the acoustic emission phenomenon, for those engaged in materials research, and for those interested in applying acoustic emission as a nonde- structive testing method. It provides an invaluable reference to source materiaf for both undergraduate and graduate students interested in the subjects of acoustic emission, microseismic activity, and nondestructive testing. In addition, it provides a vaIuable desk-top reference for engineers and scientists in the fields of pressure vessel design and maintenance, stress analysis, mechanical engineering, welding engineering, nuclear engineering, metallurgy, and quality control. In compiling the bibliography every effort was made to search the literat ure for all the publications and obtain copies, index them, and publish a complete, com- prehensive bibliography of the literature on acoustic emission. This bibliography is the most complete ever published. It includes essentially all of the literature on acoustic emission that has ever been published up through the first quarter of 1977. Publications listed are in the form of technical reports and memoranda, journal articles, technical presentations, proceedings, doctoral, master, and bachelor theses, patents, bound volumes, translations, and newspaper articles. Some references, however, are not technical articles, but consist of editorials or staff-written journal articles which are included because they represent apart of the literature.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Number of pages: 787
Weight: 1365 g
Dimensions: 244 x 170 x 40 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 197