Steven M. Shepard Ph.D.

Steven M. Shepard is president of Thermal Wave Imaging (Ferndale, MI). He can be reached at (248) 414-3730. sshepard@thermalwave.comwww.thermalwave.com

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Thermography of Turbine Airfoils

August 2, 2011
Until recently, thermography was limited to a secondary, qualitative role in airfoil QA. However, advances in the technology have given rise to thermographic QA systems that are capable of replacing traditional technologies.


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Thermographic NDT Provides Quantitative Results

October 1, 2010
Physics-based approach drives growth of modern thermographic NDT applications.
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Flash Thermography The Final Frontier

April 1, 2007
Thermography is a well-established technique for predictive and preventative maintenance (P/PM), where the inspector uses the infrared (IR) camera in a passive mode to measure the steady state surface temperature of a component during its normal operation.
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Advances in Pulsed Thermography

October 1, 2005
Modern pulsed thermography systems offer unprecedented speed, sensitivity and ease of use.
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