Worldspec Group of Companies PRESENTS. AN INTRODUCTION TO NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION. WHAT IS NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING ?. NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING is defined as: Any method for examining an object or material in any manner which will not impair its future usefulness...
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AN INTRODUCTION TO
Any method for examining an object or material in any manner which will not impair its future usefulness...
VisualWhat kinds of Nondestructive Tests are there?
Today there are many different Nondestructive Testing methods employed. There are, however, six methods of Nondestructive Evaluation that are very widely known and applied. These are:
Increasingly, in our nuclear and space age, which some engineers have called the “materials age”, North American industry is becoming concerned with the need for nondestructive testing. No material is perfect, but it must have adequate properties to meet the increasingly rigorous demands made upon it. NDT (as it is abbreviated) provides the means to assure the detection or measurement of significant properties or performance capabilities of materials, parts, assemblies, equipment or structures without impairing their serviceability.
Aerospace Evaluation is used for ?
Casting & Forging
Chemical & Petroleum
UtilitiesWhere is Nondestructive Testing Used?
Some industries in which NDT plays a key role include the following:
RADIOGRAPHY students learn about in Worldspec’s NDT On-Line Training programs.
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The Canadian Institute for
Are the two main certifying bodies in North America. Our on-line courses meet the requirements of both for NDE Training.
Following World War Two, nondestructive testing, or NDT, moved from a laboratory pastime,
with limited field applications,
to a widely accepted
practice, driven by the needs of
the space program in its race to the moon.
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