Peter B. Nagy spends much of his time researching Acoustics, Ultrasonic sensor, Transducer, Mechanics and Composite material. His Acoustics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Attenuation, Structural engineering and Longitudinal wave. His Ultrasonic sensor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mechanical engineering, Electricity generation, Optics and Nonlinear system.
His research in Transducer intersects with topics in Signal and Magnetostriction. His Mechanics research includes elements of Boundary value problem, Classical mechanics, Lamb waves, Metallurgy and Eddy current. His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Far-infrared laser, Laser, Surface wave and Ultrasonic detection.
His main research concerns Composite material, Ultrasonic sensor, Acoustics, Optics and Mechanics. His research integrates issues of Metallurgy, Forensic engineering, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Anisotropy in his study of Composite material. In Ultrasonic sensor, Peter B. Nagy works on issues like Attenuation, which are connected to Porosity.
As a part of the same scientific family, Peter B. Nagy mostly works in the field of Acoustics, focusing on Finite element method and, on occasion, Alternating current. Peter B. Nagy focuses mostly in the field of Optics, narrowing it down to matters related to Surface roughness and, in some cases, Surface finish. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Residual stress, Longitudinal wave and Eddy current.
Peter B. Nagy mainly focuses on Acoustics, Ultrasonic sensor, Structural engineering, Voltage drop and Composite material. His work deals with themes such as Deflection, Electronic engineering, Finite element method and Anisotropy, which intersect with Acoustics. His studies deal with areas such as Mechanical engineering, Geometry, Transducer and Nonlinear system as well as Ultrasonic sensor.
He focuses mostly in the field of Structural engineering, narrowing it down to matters related to Welding and, in some cases, Cracking. His Voltage drop research incorporates elements of Creep and Alternating current. His Composite material study incorporates themes from Metallurgy and Leakage.
Acoustics, Structural engineering, Ultrasonic sensor, Finite element method and Electronic engineering are his primary areas of study. Peter B. Nagy works in the field of Acoustics, focusing on Guided wave testing in particular. His work in Guided wave testing tackles topics such as Electromagnetic acoustic transducer which are related to areas like Optics and Inverse problem.
Peter B. Nagy interconnects Composite material, Ferromagnetism, Strain and Power station in the investigation of issues within Structural engineering. His Ultrasonic sensor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Solid mechanics, Diffusion bonding, Nonlinear system, Transducer and Anisotropy. His Finite element method study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Wavelength, Computational physics and Longitudinal wave.
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Fatigue damage assessment by nonlinear ultrasonic materials characterization
Peter B. Nagy.
Ultrasonic classification of imperfect interfaces
Peter B. Nagy.
Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation (1992)
Revolutionizing biodegradable metals
Yeoheung Yun;Zhongyun Dong;Namheon Lee;Yijun Liu.
Materials Today (2009)
The use of non-collinear mixing for nonlinear ultrasonic detection of plasticity and fatigue.
Anthony J. Croxford;Paul D. Wilcox;Bruce W. Drinkwater;Peter B. Nagy.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2009)
A review of non-destructive techniques for the detection of creep damage in power plant steels
G. Sposito;C. Ward;C. Ward;P. Cawley;P.B. Nagy;P.B. Nagy.
Ndt & E International (2010)
Study and comparison of different EMAT configurations for SH wave inspection
Remo Ribichini;Frederic Cegla;Peter B. Nagy;Peter Cawley.
IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control (2011)
Nondestructive evaluation of adhesive joints by guided waves
P.B. Nagy;L. Adler.
Journal of Applied Physics (1989)
Corrosion and erosion monitoring in plates and pipes using constant group velocity Lamb wave inspection
Peter B. Nagy;Francesco Simonetti;Geir Instanes.
Cabergoline reduces the early onset of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome: a prospective randomized study.
Carlos Carizza;Vicente Abdelmassih;Soraya Abdelmassih;Pedro Ravizzini.
Reproductive Biomedicine Online (2008)
Ultrasonic detection of kissing bonds at adhesive interfaces
Peter B. Nagy.
Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology (1991)
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