Event Title

Non-destructive testing methods and their Applications

Session

Food Science and Technology

Description

Non-destructive testing is a wide group of analysis techniques used in science, technology, industry and cultural heritage to detect defects in materials and structures. NDT field include evaluation, detection and examination of a flaw or a defect for all objects, systems, materials, structures, equipment, construction systems, bridges etc without causing damage, without destroying the material or components. There are different fundamentals of physical phenomena that can be used NDT methods: electromagnetism and optics, light, longitudinal and transverse waves, penetrating, surface tension, capillary action, radiation, x-ray, gamma ray. The science to research non-invasive methods based on physical principles to evaluate the integrity and characteristics of material for: The safety of people; the protection of environment; the conservation of the cultural heritage. The practical applications of this science follow definite rules acquired across about 90 years and signed in the international applied norm ISO EN 9712 supported by ICNDT (International Committee for NDT). There are five the common NDT techniques: PT, MT, RT, UT and VT, that can be evaluating both volumetric and surface defects and indications. Some of defects to evaluation by NDT are: porosity, undercutting, cold lap, slag inclusion, poor penetration, crack, voids etc. NDT used to inspect the components such as forgings, castings, welds, to check and determine the size, shape, or orientation of a indications, dimensions, thickness of a material or coating, the hardness and composition of a material, electrical conductivity etc. NDT plays an important role in the quality control of a product manufacturing, fabrication to final product. Also Nondestructive testing play a important roles in transportation, infrastructure and in the investigation the cause of structural failure of a building, of historic structures and heritage

Keywords:

Non-destructive testing (PT, MT, RT, UT, VT), ISO EN 9712, Application of NDT

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 3:15 PM

End Date

27-10-2018 4:45 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.182

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Non-destructive testing methods and their Applications

Pristina, Kosovo

Non-destructive testing is a wide group of analysis techniques used in science, technology, industry and cultural heritage to detect defects in materials and structures. NDT field include evaluation, detection and examination of a flaw or a defect for all objects, systems, materials, structures, equipment, construction systems, bridges etc without causing damage, without destroying the material or components. There are different fundamentals of physical phenomena that can be used NDT methods: electromagnetism and optics, light, longitudinal and transverse waves, penetrating, surface tension, capillary action, radiation, x-ray, gamma ray. The science to research non-invasive methods based on physical principles to evaluate the integrity and characteristics of material for: The safety of people; the protection of environment; the conservation of the cultural heritage. The practical applications of this science follow definite rules acquired across about 90 years and signed in the international applied norm ISO EN 9712 supported by ICNDT (International Committee for NDT). There are five the common NDT techniques: PT, MT, RT, UT and VT, that can be evaluating both volumetric and surface defects and indications. Some of defects to evaluation by NDT are: porosity, undercutting, cold lap, slag inclusion, poor penetration, crack, voids etc. NDT used to inspect the components such as forgings, castings, welds, to check and determine the size, shape, or orientation of a indications, dimensions, thickness of a material or coating, the hardness and composition of a material, electrical conductivity etc. NDT plays an important role in the quality control of a product manufacturing, fabrication to final product. Also Nondestructive testing play a important roles in transportation, infrastructure and in the investigation the cause of structural failure of a building, of historic structures and heritage