Publications


Publications by Dr. Marvin Klein on Laser Ultrasonics

  1. G.J. Dunning, P.V. Mitchell, T.R. O’Meara, M.B. Klein and D.M. Pepper, “Remote ultrasonic inspection system for in-process, high volume industrial applications,” Proc. ASNT Annual Meeting, 1995.
  2. P.V. Mitchell, G.J. Dunning, S.W. McCahon, M.B. Klein, T.R. O’Meara and D.M. Pepper, “Compensated high-bandwidth laser ultrasonic detector based on photo-induced emf in GaAs,” Rev. Prog. in QNDE, Vol. 15, 2149, 1996.
  3. D.M. Pepper, P.V. Mitchell, G.J. Dunning, S.W. McCahon, M.B. Klein and T.R. O’Meara, “Double-pumped conjugators and photoinduced emf sensors: two novel, high-bandwidth, auto-compensating, laser-based ultrasound detectors,” Matls. Science Forum, Vols. 210-213, 425, 1996.
  4. D.M. Pepper, G.J. Dunning, P.V. Mitchell, S.W. McCahon, M.B. Klein and T.R. O’Meara, “Materials inspection and process control using compensated laser ultrasonic evaluation (CLUE™): demonstration of a low-cost sensor,” Proc. SPIE 2703, 91, 1996.
  5. M.B. Klein and G.D. Bacher, “Design and engineering of photorefractive materials for use in adaptive laser ultrasonic receivers,” Proc. SPIE 3263, (1998).
  6. M.B. Klein and G.D. Bacher, “Robust laser-based detection of Lamb waves using photo-emf sensors,”Proc. SPIE 3399, 12, 1998.
  7. I. Lahiri, L.J. Pyrak-Nolte, D.D. Nolte, M.R. Melloch, R.A. Kruger, G.D. Bacher and M.B. Klein, “Laser-based ultrasound detection using photorefractive quantum wells,” Appl. Phys. Lett., 73, pp. 1041-1043, 1998.
  8. M. B. Klein and G.D. Bacher, “Novel, adaptive single-beam laser vibrometer for vector surface velocity measurement,” Proc. SPIE 3411, pp. 53-60, 1998.
  9. D.D. Nolte, J.A. Coy, G.J. Dunning, D.M. Pepper, M.P. Chiao, G.D. Bacher and M.B. Klein, “Enhanced responsivity of non-steady state photoinduced electromotive force sensors using asymmetric interdigitated contacts,” Opt. Lett., 24, 342-244, 1999.
  10. M.B. Klein, G.D. Bacher, A. Grunnet-Jepsen, D. Wright and W.E. Moerner, “Homodyne detection of ultrasonic surface displacements using two-wave mixing in photorefractive polymers,” Opt. Comm., 162, pp. 79-84, 1999.
  11. B. Pouet, E. Lafond, B. Pufahl, D. Bacher, P. Brodeur and M. Klein, “On-machine characterization of moving paper using a photo-emf laser ultrasonics method,” Proc. SPIE, 3589, 1999.
  12. S.W. Kercel, R.A. Kisner, M.B. Klein, G.D. Bacher and B. Pouet, “In-process detection of weld defects using laser-based ultrasound,” Proc. SPIE, 3852, pp. 81-92, 1999.
  13. S.W. Kercel, M.B. Klein and B. Pouet, “Wavelet and wavelet-packet analysis of Lamb wave signatures in laser ultrasonics,” Proc. SPIE, 4056, pp. 308-317, 2000.
  14. F. Shih, B. Pouet, M.B. Klein and A. McKie, “Determination of glass thickness using laserbased ultrasound,” Rev. Prog. in QNDE, Vol. 20, 287, 2001.
  15. U. Gubler, D. Wright, W.E. Moerner and M.B. Klein, “Photochromic polymers for the optical homodyne detection of ultrasonic surface displacements,” Opt. Lett., 27, 354, 2002.
  16. T. Murray, T. Steen and M.B. Klein, “Laser Ultrasonic Inspection of Flip Chip Underfill Integrity,” Int’l Wafer Level Packaging Conference, San Jose, CA, Oct. 10-12, 2004.
  17. M. Klein and T. Bodenhamer, “Laser Ultrasonics,” Industrial Laser Solutions, December, 2004.
  18. M.B Klein, T. Sienicki and J. Eichenberger, “Laser Ultrasonic Inspection Of Welds Used In Shipbuilding,” Proceedings of US-Japan Symposium on Advancing Applications of NDE, Maui, Hawaii, June 20-24, 2005.
  19. M. Klein and T. Bodenhamer, “Measuring Wall Thickness In Seamless Tube, Cast Iron Pipe,” Tube and Pipe Journal, March, 2005.
  20. Marvin Klein and Homayoon Ansari, “Laser Ultrasonic Inspection of Adhesives Used in Auto Body Manufacture,” First International Conference on Laser Ultrasonics, Montreal, Canada, July 16-18, 2008.
  21. Marvin Klein, Homayoon Ansari, Munendra S. Tomar, Martin Fingerhut, Niels Portzgen, Deli Yu, Arno Volker, “Applications of Laser Ultrasonics in the Pipeline Industry,” First International Conference on Laser Ultrasonics, Montreal, Canada, July 16-18, 2008.