About: Nondestructive testing is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 14411 publications have been published within this topic receiving 137019 citations. The topic is also known as: NDT.
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TL;DR: In this article, an approach combining both of pulse (PT) and modulated infrared thermography is proposed which combines simultaneously advantages both of PT and MODI, and the results are presented and the theory is discussed as well.
Abstract: An approach is proposed which combines simultaneously advantages both of pulse (PT) and modulated infrared thermography. In a nondestructive evaluation perspective, the specimen is pulse heated as in PT and the mix of frequencies of the thermal waves launched into the specimen is unscrambled by performing the Fourier transform of the temperature evolution over the field of view. Of interest is the maximum phase image with many attractive features: deeper probing, less influence of surface infrared and optical characteristics, rapid image recording (pulse heating, surface‐wide inspection), and the possibility to inspect high thermal conductivity specimens. Several results are presented and the theory is discussed as well.
01 Jan 1959
TL;DR: The ASNT Industry Handbook as mentioned in this paper contains a section on applications and new information based on computer advances in imaging and data processing, which is intended to be used with a comprehensive NDT text such as volumes from the Nondestructive Testing Handbook series.
Abstract: Intended to be used with a comprehensive NDT text, such as volumes from the Nondestructive Testing Handbook series. This book was upated in 2013 to align. This volume of theNDT Handbook series, contains a section on applications and new information based on computer advances in imaging and data processing. The American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT), the world's largest and Vibration Testing portion of their newly published ASNT Industry Handbook:.
20 Nov 1990
TL;DR: The Maturity Method as mentioned in this paper is a breakoff test method based on the Maturity Test Test Method (MTT) and the Pullout Test (PT) method (PT).
Abstract: Surface Hardness Methods. Penetration Resistance Methods. Pullout Test. Breakoff Test Method. The Maturity Method. Resonant Frequency Methods. Pulse Velocity Methods. Combined Methods. Magnetic/Electrical Methods. Radioactive/Nuclear Methods. Short Pulse Radar Methods. Stress Wave Propagation Methods. Infrared Thermographic Techniques. Acoustic Emission Methods.
TL;DR: In this article, the authors provide a vision of ultrasonic guided wave inspection potential as we move forward into the new millennium and provide a brief description of the sensor and software technology that will make ultrasonic guidance wave inspection commonplace in the next century.
Abstract: Ultrasonic guided wave inspection is expanding rapidly to many different areas of manufacturing and in-service inspection. The purpose of this paper is to provide a vision of ultrasonic guided wave inspection potential aswe move forward into the new millennium. An increased understanding of the basic physics and wave mechanics associated with guided wave inspection has led to an increase in practical nondestructive evaluation and inspection problems. Some fundamental concepts and a number of different applications that are currently being considered will be presented in the paper along with a brief description of the sensor and software technology that will make ultrasonic guided wave inspection commonplace in the next century.
TL;DR: In this paper, the state of the art of non-destructive testing (NDT) methods as applied to the civil engineering industry in the Millennium Year, 2000 is reviewed.
Abstract: This paper reviews the state of non-destructive testing (NDT) methods as applied to the civil engineering industry in the Millennium Year, 2000. The basic principles of NDT methods are described with particular reference to the five major factors that influence the success of a survey: depth of penetration, vertical and lateral resolution, contrast in physical properties, signal to noise ratio and existing information about the structure. The main NDT methods used in engineering investigations are discussed and illustrated with brief case histories from the literature. The integration of NDT surveys into the investigation of structures is described. The underlying reasons why NDT methods are perceived as ‘not working’ by the structural engineer are identified as: a lack of understanding of variability of both the construction materials used and NDT methods themselves.
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