Computer Aided Ultrasonic Porosity Assessment for Cast Aluminum Alloy

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1988
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Rypien, David
Sprague, Alan
Adler, Laszlo
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Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation
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Successful determination of the volume fraction and pore size of porosity in cast aluminum by ultrasonic attenuation spectroscopy has previously been reported [1]. Cast aluminum samples having a dilute distribution of pores ranging from 1% to 5% volume fraction and an average pore radius from 50 µm to 500 µm were considered.

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