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NDT 101: Radiography, Decoded

By Michelle Bangert
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From film to digital, here’s what you need to know about one of the oldest NDT techniques.
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Certification: NDT Personnel Qualification and Certification: Essential Elements

By Michael W. Allgaier
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NDT technicians are judged, qualified and may be certified in accordance with various program requirements.
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Computed Tomography: CT-Empowered Material Research and In-Vivo Testing

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CT-scanner grades up titanium implant research at the NRC.
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Has Magnetic Particle Inspection Reached Saturation Point?

By Nikhil Jain
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Identifying key trends impacting the popularity of MPI.
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Using Non-Destructive Testing to See Inside the Nose of an Aircraft

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Radio signals reach pilots on board an aircraft through the "radar dome", the rounded nose of the aircraft. But if errors occur during the production of this "nose"- tiny foreign particles, drops of water or air bubbles-this can impede radio traffic. In the future, a non-destructive testing system will identify just such imperfections during production.


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Annual NDT & Quality Salary Survey Shows Industry's Returning Strength

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Despite the struggling national economy, compensation levels for NDT and quality professionals continued to climb over the past year, although at a slower pace than in previous time periods.
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XRF Calibration Standards: Options for Coating Thickness Measurement

By Shawn M. Kramer
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If an organization relies on accurate coating thickness measurements in its quality control process, then it is more than likely familiar with ED-XRF technology.
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Materials Analysis: Fluorescent Quality

By Steve Lowry
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New applications in quality control and the development of novel fluorescence probes, particularly those based on expressed proteins, have greatly increased the sensitivity requirements of fluorescence spectroscopy.
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Fatigue Testing Saves Money in the Long Run

By David Larson
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Fatigue testing can be performed on everything from raw materials to small components to automobile frames and spinal column implants.
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On-Site Ultrasonics

By Marc-Antoine Blanchet
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Embedded modeling tools provide on-site inspection of welds using phased array and conventional UT.
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 In honor of World Quality Month, we spoke to James Rooney, ASQ Past Chairman of the Board of Directors 2013, for his take on quality around the world.
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