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1. Why use ultrasonics for nondestructive material testing?
2. Ultrasonic testing tasks
3. Detection of discontinuities
4. Method of testing and instrument technology
4.1The ultrasonic flaw detector
4.2Near resolution
4.3The probe
4.4 Refraction and mode conversion
4.5Characteristics of angle-beam probes
4.6The TR probe
5. Locating discontinuities
5.1Calibration of the instrument
5.1.1 Calibration with a straight- beam probe
5.1.2 Calibration with a TR probe
5.1.3 Calibration with an angle- beam probe
5.1.4 Locating reflectors with an angle-beam probe
6. Evaluation of discontinuities
6.1Scanning method
6.2Evaluation of small discontinuities: The DGS method
6.3Sound attenuation
6.4The reference block method
6.4.1Comparison of echo amplitudes
6.4.2 Distance amplitude curve
7. Documentation
8. Diagnosis of indications (outlook)
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Nondestructive Testing

Nondestructive Testing

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Published by: Asif Hameed on Mar 13, 2014
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