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Research in Nondestructive Evaluation (RNDE)

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Research in Nondestructive Evaluation (RNDE) is the research journal of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT). RNDE covers experimental and theoretical investigations dealing with the scientific and engineering bases of NDE, its measurement methodology and a wide range of applications of materials and structures that relate to the entire life cycle, from manufacture to use and retirement. Illustrative topics include advances in the underlying science of acoustic, thermal, electrical, magnetic, optical, and ionizing radiation techniques and their applications to NDE problems. These problems include nondestructive characterization of a wide variety of material properties and their degradation in service, nonintrusive sensors for monitoring manufacturing and materials processes, new techniques, and combinations of techniques for characterizing hidden flaws and distributed damage, standardization concepts and quantitative approaches for advanced NDE techniques, and long-term continuous monitoring of structures and assemblies.

Current Issue: March 2021 - Volume 32, Issue 2

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A Detection Sensitivity Analysis Model for Structural Health Monitoring to Inspect Wall Thinning considering Random Sensor Location

Haicheng Song, Noritaka Yusa
(14 pages) abstract

Limitations of Sonic Echo Testing on Buried Piles of Unknown Bridge Foundations

Saman Rashidyan, Tang-Tat Ng, Arup Maji
(15 pages) abstract

Mechanical Sensing Properties of Embedded Smart Piezoelectric Sensor for Structural Health Monitoring of Concrete

Fei Sha, Dongyu Xu, Xin Cheng, Shifeng Huang
(25 pages) abstract


2021 RNDE Publication Schedule

January Volume 32, Issue 1 (January – February)
March Volume 32, Issue 2 (March - April)
July Volume 32, Issue 3-4 (May - August)
September Volume 32, Issue 5 (September - October)
November Volume 32, Issue 6 (November - December)

Volume 32 abstracts are here.


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