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By Swab, Sanjay Mathur, Tatsuki Ohji

The Armor Ceramics Symposium was once held January 25-27, 2010 in Daytona Beach, FL as a part of the 34th overseas convention & Exposition on complex Ceramics and Composites.  The 8th variation of this symposium consisted of over sixty five oral and poster shows on themes comparable to influence, Penetration and fabric Modeling, Boron Carbide, Silicon Carbide, Dynamic fabric habit, obvious fabrics and NDE Applications.  The symposium keeps to foster dialogue and collaboration among educational, executive and body of workers from round the globe. 



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2) developed from CEA (Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique). Ultrasonic modeling involves the definition of the material and ultrasonic properties of the component to be inspected, and the definition of the transducer parameters. The definition of these properties allows the ultrasonic modeling software to calculate the propagation of the beam within the material as well as the ultrasonic interaction and response from known defects. e. at 5mm depth). Ultrasonic simulation was carried out to check that the transducer was positioned correctly to focus at different depths within the sample as well as to measure the beam spot size at the focal point.

The Evisive Scan method permits real time evaluation by inspection from one surface only, through non-contacting encapsulation, with panels hung in place. DESCRIPTION OF THE METHOD Evisive Scan method requires access to only one side of a part. The microwave interference pattern is created by bathing the part in microwave energy as illustrated in Figure 1. The probe (transmitter and receiver antenna) is moved over the part, bathing it in microwave energy. Some energy is reflected and transmitted at every interface of changing dielectric constant in the field of the transmitter.

This is also the case for the rest of the pressing 4 tiles inspected. This proves that the detection capability of the immersion testing is improved by focusing the beam at different depths across the tile thickness. Advances in Ceramic Armor VI ■ 29 NDT Characterization of Boron Carbide for Ballistic Applications Figure 5. 5mm from bottom surface (c) Focus at 5mm from bottom surface Figure 6 presents the amplitude data scan from two of pressing 4 tiles. The amplitude data from tiles 2 and 3 from pressing 4 is presented in order to demonstrate the sensitivity of the amplitude scan to the presence of inclusions in the ceramic tiles.

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