NDT Exclusives

Tiny Transmitter Sets Frequency Record

January 26, 2012
A terahertz transmitter developed at the TU Darmstadt has generated the highest frequency ever attained by a microelectronic device. The innovative device is also minuscule and operates at room temperature, which could lead to it paving the way for new applications in nondestructive testing or medical diagnostics.
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Global Industry Analysts Inc:Worldwide NDT Equipment Market to Reach $1.4 Billion by 2017

December 15, 2011
The global market for NDT inspection services is forecast to grow steadily, driven primarily by major infrastructure undertakings in the Asia-Pacific region, specifically India and China.
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Off Topic NDT: Nondestructive Testing at...Legoland

October 31, 2011
Some of the biggest theme parks in the United States rely on nondestructive testing in-house to ensure safety.
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50 Years of Quality--Take Another Look at Nondestructive Testing

October 23, 2011
This month 50 Years of Quality takes a look at how nondestructive testing (NDT) has been covered throughout the years. NDT became such an important topic for our readers that a regular special section, NDT including Materials Test, launched in 2003.

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Off Topic NDT: What Lies Beneath?

September 26, 2011
Marine Results NDT uses fluorescent dye.
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Remote Visual Inspection 101

September 16, 2011
Good quality borescopes will always give the best possible image since they typically use high quality optical rod lens systems, which give unsurpassable image quality and true color transmission.
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Putting Concrete to the Nondestructive Test

July 21, 2011
The use of the non-destructive testing methods for determining the compressive strength of high performance concrete ensures high quality.
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Corrosion Mapping of Historic Military Vehicles

February 8, 2011
Nondestructive methods are vital to map and measure the corrosion in these vehicles thus to keep their cultural biography and with minimum interferences.
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GMA Uses New APR Approach to Inspection

February 8, 2011
Company uses new technology that minimizes outage time for customers and identifies previously undetectable tube faults.
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Art Conservation with Computed Radiography: Buffalo State College

December 1, 2010
The Art Conservation Department at Buffalo State College, in Buffalo NY, provides its students with cutting-edge Carestream technology.
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