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Post on 2019-4-22 19:53:10 | All posts |Read mode
What is Nondestructive Testing?
Non-destructive testing (NDT) can be used to evaluate the properties of the material, component or system without causing damage, Aside from industrial radiography, four of the most common methods are: ultrasonic radiography, and liquid penetrant, magnetic particle and eddy current inspections, NDT is referred to as nondestructive examination (NDE), nondestructive evaluation (NDE), and nondestructive inspection (NDI).
Nondestructive testing (NDT)
NDT methods categories are conventional and advanced, Each method has its own characteristic advantages and limitations, The most used NDT methods are eddy-current, magnetic-particle, liquid penetrant, radiographic, ultrasonic, and visual testing.
Conventional NDT Techniques have matured over decades, There are many benefits to be gained from advanced NDT, They are a highly valuable technique, The term "nondestructive testing" is generally not used to describe medical applications
IAEA: The Agency’s long-standing involvement in the non-destructive testing programme has led to the establishment of national teams that offer services to industries, training centres and certifying bodies that are responsible for training and certification of personnel involved in non-destructive testing, In many institutions, these efforts have led to a state of self-sufficiency in this area of technology.
To guide the IAEA experts involved in the training programmes, and to achieve some level of international uniformity and harmonization of training materials and competence of personnel, the Agency has also published a variety of training guidelines and related publications.
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