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2008

AEWG-51 &

International

Symposium on AE

Program Schedule

Dr. Gang Qi and Dr. Steve Wayne Conference Co-Chairmen

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Memphis

Memphis, TN 38152. Tel: 901-678-3437 • Fax: 901-678-5459

The University of Memphis

10/13/2008


CONTENTS

Page

Table of Contents ……………………………………………………………... 2

Conference Schedule …………………………………………………………. 3

Primer Schedule……………………………………………………………….. 4

Technical Programs…………………………………………………………… 5

Appendix

Abstracts of Technical Papers

List of the attendees

The organizing committee of the ‘AEWG 51 and International Symposium on AE 2008’,

gratefully acknowledge the support and contributions of the following industrial sponsors:

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Conference Schedule

Sunday, Oct. 12 th

5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Primer and conference registration, Holiday Inn lobby

6:00 p.m. Organizing Executive Committee and Primer lecturers meet in the

lobby of Holiday Inn at U of Memphis

Monday, Oct. 13 th

7:30 Breakfast, Fogelman Center, Third floor Hallway (Outside of the

meeting Rm)

8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Primer and conference registration, Fogelman Center Third floor.

8:15 – Three primer lecture series

12:00 – 1:15 Lunch paid for the participants, Fogelman Executive Center (FEC)

Dining Rm

1:15 – Three primer lecture series

6:00 p.m. Reception open to attendees including spouses, Wilson Gallery

(Holiday Inn)

Tuesday, Oct. 14 th

7:30 Breakfast, Fogelman Center, Third floor Hallway (Outside of the

meeting Rm)

8:30 – 10:00 a.m. Conference registration, Fogelman Center Third floor.

8:15 Welcome remarks

8:30 – Technical presentations: Session 1

10:10 – Coffee break

10:30 – Technical presentations: Session 2

12:35 – 1:20 p.m. Lunch buffet paid for conference participants, FEC Dining Rm

Welcome from Vice Provost, Dr. A. Meyers

1:20 – Technical presentations: Session 3

2:20 – Coffee break

2:40 – Technical presentations: Session 3 cont’d

4:15 – Bus to Mississippi River cruise and award dinner

(Bus leaves from Holiday Inn at 4:15 p.m.)

5:30 – Mississippi River Museum tour

6:30 – Board Tunica Queen

(Mississippi Award dinner cruise paid for conference participants)

9:30 – Bus returns to Holiday Inn

Wednesday, Oct. 15 th

7:30 Breakfast, Third floor Hallway (Outside of the meeting Rm)

8:20 – a.m. Technical presentations: Session 4

10:00 – 10:20 Coffee break

10:20 – Technical presentations: Session 5

12:00 – 1:10 p.m. Lunch buffet paid for conference participants, FEC Dining Rm

1:10 – Commercial presentations

2:10 – Coffee break

3:00 – AEWG business meeting

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Primer Schedule

Monday, Oct 13 th , 2008, (Fogelman Center Third floor)

Organizer and Chair, Rick Nordstrom.

Event Lectures Lecturer

7:30 am

Breakfast, paid for

the participants

8:15 -09:15 Primer lecture 1 AE Instrument

Rick Nordstrom, Portland

State University, USA

15 minute break Q&A

9:30 -10:30 Primer lecture 2

AE Feature based

analysis

15 minute break Q&A

10:45 – 11:45 Primer lecture 3

AE Source location

analysis

15 minute break Q&A

12:00 – 1:15 pm

Lunch, paid for the

participants

1:15- 2:15 Primer lecture 4 AE Civil structures

15 minute break Q&A

2:30 – 3:30 Primer lecture 5

AE Biomedical

applications

15 minute break Q&A

3:45-4:45 Primer lecture 6

AE Aerospace

Applications

15 minute break Q&A

5:00 Primer sessions end

Tomoki Shiotani, Nagoya

University, Japan

Maochen Ge, Penn State

University, USA

Dave Prine, Northwestern

University, USA

Martin Browne, Southampton

University, UK

Eric Hill, Embry-Riddle

Aeronautical University, USA

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Technical Programs

Tuesday, October 14 th , 2008

7:30 a.m. Breakfast, Fogelman Center, Third floor Hallway (Outside of the meeting Rm)

8:15 Welcoming Remarks

SESSION 1: Session Chair: Tomoki Shiotani and Mark Carlos

8:30 “The Potentiality of Acoustic Emission Testing (AT) during the periodic inspection

of pressure equipment – Its collaboration with other NDT methods.”

P. TSCHELIESNIG

8:50 “Acoustic Emission Behavior of Metal-Fiber Laminates.”

K. ONO

9:10 “Investigation on Acoustic Emission Source of Bridge Crane,”

G. SHEN, Z. WU, S. WANG

9:30 “Leaks from Gas Canisters – Quantitative Relationships at Low Pressures.”

A. POLLOCK

9:50 “Evaluation of impact energy in shot peening by AE,”

M. ENOKI, S. OHMATA, K. ITO, H. SUZUKI, H. MAKINO

10:10 – 10:30 coffee break

SESSION 2: Session Chair: Frank Beall and Gongtian Shen

10:30 “A NEW APPROACH TO ACOUSTIC EMISSION TESTING OF DIFFICULT-TO-REACH,”

D. E. KOSNIK

10:50 “THE SIMULTANEOUS USE OF ACOUSTIC EMISSION & ACOUSTO-ULTRASONICS

FOR MONITORING BONDING QUALITY AND DAMAGE FORMATION UNDER

TEMPERATURE CYCLES.”

D. OZEVIN, V. GODINEZ

11:10 “Observations of sliding contact using acoustic emission and vibration signals.”

S. WAYNE, G. QI, T. TAN, S. THOTA, S. VANKAMAMIDI, R. MUTHIREDDY

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11:30 Short break

11:35 “AE Monitoring of a Fatigue Test on an Experimental Wind Turbine Blade.”

A. G. BEATTIE

11:55 “On the Effect of Loading, Notch Direction, and Sensor Selection on the Acoustic

Emission Recorded During Quasi-Static Loading of Full-Scale Honeycomb Sandwich

Composite Curved Fuselage Panels,”

F.A. LEONE, JR., D. OZEVIN, B. MOSINYI, J.G. BAKUCKAS, JR., J. AWERBUCH, A. LAU,

T.-M. TAN

12:15 “Damage Detection in Notched Full-Scale Honeycomb Sandwich Composite

Curved Fuselage Panels through Acoustic Emission,”

F.A. LEONE, JR., D. OZEVIN, B. MOSINYI, J.G. BAKUCKAS, JR., J. AWERBUCH, A. LAU,

T.-M. TAN

12:35 – 1:20 Lunch, FEC Dining Rm

SESSION 3: Session Chairs: Ozan Akkus and Jihui Li

1:20 “Acoustic Emission Monitoring of Non-Critical Fatigue Damage in Bone Cement,”

O. J. COULTRUP, M. BROWNE, C. HUNT, M. TAYLOR,

1:40 “A Pilot Study on Acoustic Emission Based Diagnosis of Stress Fractures,”

S. AGCAOGLU, K.C. CAMERON, O. AKKUS, GERBER

2:00 “DETECTION OF THE LUBRICATION MODE IN A METAL ON METAL HIP PROSTHESIS

BY ACOUSTIC EMISSION,”

2:20 coffee break

C. ROWLAND, M. BROWNE, A. DICKINSON, A. TAYLOR

2:40 “Wireless AE Applications II,”

M. CARLOS, E. LOWENHAR

3:00 “APPLYING THE ACOUSTIC EMISSION TECHNIQUE TO PREDICT AND MONITOR

CHANGES IN THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF IMPLANTED HIP CONSTRUCTS,”

M.N .MAVROGORDATO, A. TAYLOR, M. TAYLOR, M. BROWNE

3:20 “Acoustic Emission: from the perspective of statistics and physics,”

G. QI, S. WAYNE, J.I. HOCHSTEIN

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3:40 Technical program ends

4:15 Bus departs from Holiday Inn to Mississippi River cruise and award dinner

Wednesday, October 15 th , 2008

7:30 a.m. Breakfast, Fogelman Center, Third floor Hallway (Outside of the meeting Rm)

8:15 Announcements

SESSION 4: Session Chair: Dave Prine and Adrian Pollock

8:20 “Flexural Failure Behavior of RC Beams with Rebar Corrosion and Damage

Evaluation by Acoustic Emission.”

T. SHIOTANI, M. KUNIEDA, N. OKUDE

8:40 “Use of AE/AU Techniques for monitoring wood drying defects,”

S. KAWAMOTO

9:00 “Experimental Transfer Functions of Practical AE Sensors,”

K. ONO, H. CHO

9:20 “Source Characterization on Pressure Vessels – Project Status,”

A. POLLOCK

9:40 “DETECTION AND ANALYSIS OF HORIZONTAL CONVEYOR BEARING

FAILURES USING ACOUSTIC EMISSION TECHNIQUE,”

S. THOTA, S. VANKAMAMIDI, R. MUTHIREDDY, S. WAYNE, G. QI

10:00 – 10:20 coffee break

SESSION 5: Session Chair: Allen Green and Alan Beattie

10:20 “ASTM International, E07.04 Subcommittee on AE Standards,”

M. CARLOS

10:40 “USB AE system and wireless AE system,”

S. LIU, B. HU

11:00 “MONITORING THE PROGRESSION OF MICRO-PITTING IN HELICAL GEARS -

TOWARDS AN INTELLIGENT HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM,”

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A. ONSY, R. BICKER, B. A. SHAW, C. W. ROWLAND, T. KENT

11:20 “COMPARISION OF ACOUSTIC EMMISION AND MOTOR CURRENT SIGNATURE

ANALYSIS FOR A SPHERICAL ROLLER BEARING SUBJECTED TO CONTAMINENTS

AND ECCENTRIC LOADING,”

R. MUTHIREDDY, S. THOTA, S. VANKAMAMIDI, S. WAYNE, G. QI

11:40 “Generation of AE Signals and its Waveform Characteristics of Gas Leakage

Emanated on Pipe with Artificial Defects at Different Geometrical Shapes,”

R.N. LAODENO, H. NISHINO, K. YOSHIDA

12:00 – 1:10 Lunch, FEC Dining Rm

SESSION 6: Chairs: Tom Drouillard and Didem Ozevin

1:10 Commercial presentations

Physical Acoustics Corporation, Vallen Systeme and Soundwel

2:10 – 2:30 Technical program ends/coffee break

3:00 AEWG business meeting

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