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McGimpsey R. J. Mills A. B. Nagel T. L. Plasek Working Group on Design By Analysis (BPV III) Working Group on Ultrasonics (SG VM) (BPV V) N. A. Finney, Chair J. F. Halley, Vice Chair B. Caccamise K. J. Chizen N. Y. Faransso O. F. Hedden S. Johnson B. F. Hantz, Chair T. W. Norton, Secretary R. G. Brown R. D. Dixon C. E. Hinnant M. H. Jawad S. Krishnamurthy R. W. Kruzic B. D. Laite M. D. Moles L. E. Mullins A. B. Nagel F. J. Sattler A. Mann G. A. Miller C. Nadarajah M. D. Rana T. G. Seipp S. Terada Subgroup on Fabrication and Inspection (BPV VIII) Working Group on Guided Wave Ultrasonic Testing (SG VM) (BPV V) N.
Hoffelner Subgroup on Graphite Core Components (BPV III) T. D. Burchell, Chair M. N. Mitchell, Vice Chair C. A. Sanna, Staff Secretary R. L. Bratton, Secretary T. Albers A. Appleton S. H. Chi A. Covac M. W. Davies S. W. Doms S. F. Duffy B. D. Frew O. Gelineau M. Morishita, Chair R. I. Jetter, Vice Chair T. L. Sham, Secretary N. Broom T. D. Burchell Working Group on High Temperature Liquid Cooled Reactors (BPV III) Working Group on High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactors (BPV III) J. E. Nestell, Chair N.
Consonni, Contributing Member S. A. Jones, Contributing Member W. D. Doty, Honorary Member S. D. , Honorary Member Special Working Group on Graphite Pressure Equipment (BPV VIII) E. Soltow, Chair G. C. Becherer T. F. Bonn F. L. Brown Subgroup on Brazing (BPV IX) R. W. Dickerson S. Malone M. R. Minick A. A. Stupica M. J. Pischke, Chair E. W. Beckman L. F. Campbell M. L. Carpenter A. F. Garbolevsky J. P. Swezy, Jr. Subgroup on General Requirements (BPV IX) B. R. Newmark, Chair E. W. Beckman G. Chandler P.