AEWG-58: Meeting Announcement
The 58th Conference will be held in
Philadelphia, PA, USA
May 22 - 25, 2016
AEWG general meetings are open to all interested individuals.
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|Harold Loyd Dunegan
1931 - 2016
||years passed since the first meeting of Acoustic Emission Working
Group (AEWG) was held in Idaho Falls, on February 8, 1968.
|AEWG had its beginning in a discussion between Allen T. Green (then at Aerojet-General Corp.,
now at Acoustic Technology Group) and Jack Spanner (then at Battelle Northwest).
Spanner arranged for a formative meeting of interested parties to be held in
Alcoa, TN, on November 2, 1967.
The 12 people in attendance agreed to hold the
first meeting in Idaho Falls in three months. At that time, eight others (T.
Theodore Anderson, Thomas F. Drouilliard, Robert B. Engle. Robert G. Liptai,
O.K. Mitchell, R. Neal Ord. Ronald E. Ringsmith and Richard K. Steele) joined to
become the charter members of the AEWG.
The photo is
from the AEWG formative meeting; top, from left Robert Moss. Boeing Scientific
Research Lab. (Seattle) ·deceased; Dwight Parry, Phillips Petroleum (Idaho
Falls); Norm K. Sowards, Same; Harold Dunegan, Lawrence Radillion Lab.
(Livermore); Brad H. Schofield, Teledyne Materials Research. (Waltham); Phil H.
Hutton. Battelle Northwest (Richland); Allen Green. Aerojet-General Corp.
(Sacramento); Herb N. Pederson. Battelle-Northwest (Richland); bottom, from
left; Charles Musser, Boeing Michaud (New Orleans)- deceased; Jack Spanner,
Battelle-Northwest (Richland)· Julian Frederick. Univ. of Michigan (Ann Arbor)
-deceased; Not in picture, Harvey Balderson. Boeing Commercial Aircraft;
deceased. Baldemm took this picture. Also invited to the meeting, but not
attended: C. Hartbower, Aerojet-General. W .R. Sturrock. Boeing. C. Tatto,
Lawrence Radiation Lab.
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