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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998The ENIQ Pilot Study. An Example of How to Put into Practice the European Methodology for Inspection Qualification.LEMAITRE Patrice michel victor; ERIKSEN Brian; CRUTZEN Serge; WHITTLE J.; WAITES C.Articles in Journals
2008Final Results of the NESC-III Non Destructive Testing Blind Round Robin Trials on Dissimilar Metal WeldsERIKSEN Brian; ERIKSSON Arne; HOUGHTON ROBERTArticles in Journals
2000NESC I Inspection Task Group. Final Report. Part I. Analysis of the Inspection Results from the Pre- and Post-Test Round Robin TrialsMURGATROYD R.a.; ERIKSEN Brian; LEMAITRE Patrice michel victor; HOUGHTON R.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2000NESC I Inspection Task Group. Final Report. Part II. AppendicesERIKSEN Brian; HOUGHTON R.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Safety and Health Annual Report 2012ERIKSEN Brian; STROBL Robert; LITJENS CYRIL; VAN ZANEN CORNELISEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Safety, Health and Environmental Annual Report 2010ERIKSEN Brian; TIMKE Theo; VAN LIEROP KATINKAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Safety, Health and Environmental Annual Report 2011ERIKSEN Brian; STROBL Robert; LITJENS CYRIL; VAN DER SLIK MARTIN; VAN ZANEN CORNELISEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Ultrasonic Inspection Results Obtained in the ENIQ 2nd Pilot StudyERIKSEN BRIAN; MELBI Mikael; SELDIS THOMAS; ERIKSSON ARNE; HOUGHTON ROBERTEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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