What is Linear Scanning?
A high-resolution ultrasonic NDT solution speeding up the quality control process of large surfaces.
How to Analyse C-scan Mapping?
C-scan mapping is the best ultrasonic testing solution to rapidly control large surfaces!
Optimal Workflow for Composite
Performant solutions come with mainstreamed processes. Here is a good one for composite quality control!
FMC/TFM Technique for Defect Characterisation
Defect characterisation has always been a challenge for ultrasonic inspection techniques. Phased array has greatly enhanced the interpretation compared to conventional UT. However, some defects are still easily misinterpreted such as cracks with slag or lack of penetration depending on the geometry of the root.
Austenitic Stainless Steel Solution DAAH - Dual Linear Array Probe
Austenitic stainless steel is well known for its high mechanical properties and corrosion resistance. This material is often used in the oil and gas, and nuclear industries where ultrasonic inspection techniques represent an important portion of the quality control process. However, these alloys often are very attenuating and the sound propagation in this material is anisotropic.
Ultrasonic Testing of Composite using Phased Array
Nowadays, the composite material is being used widely, namely because of its unique characteristics. QA of parts and laminates made of the composite is a challenge. Nevertheless, using UT techniques to perform NDT inspection of such parts provides equally reliable and repeatable results for both in-line and maintenance examination.
Spotwelds on automotive components and other structures require inspection for a number of possible failure modes. Adhesive (stick) welds, burnt welds and unfused welds are several types of failure modes.
Technology Advancements for Remote NDT Applications
Benefits of PA imagings for Laser Welded Blanks
Long Seam weld Inspection with Phased Array
Phased Array inspection of curved parts brings some real technical challenges. Evaluation of seam welds on small diameter and heavy wall pipes is difficult to accomplish using actual tools that, most of the time, are based
on a flat surface model. This often leads to erroneous and imprecise flaw location and sizes.