Basics of non-destructive testing Surface defects (PT, MT, ET)
Non-destructive testing is an important technique for maintaining the safety of various industrial products and infrastructures.
For the webinar Fundamentals of non-destructive testing in this webinar,
It is divided into two parts: surface defects (PT, MT, ET) in Basic 1 and internal defects (UT, RT) in Basic 2.
The basic part of the seminar is aimed at those who are ‘unfamiliar with non-destructive testing’.
The three main non-destructive testing methods for surface defects will be introduced.
Penetrant Testing (PT)
Magnetic testing (MT)
Eddy current testing (ET)
The lecturers, who carry out non-destructive testing on a daily basis, will explain the detection principles and features, as well as the appropriate inspection methods.
The lecturer, who carries out non-destructive testing on a daily basis, will explain the detection principles and features, as well as effective points when considering appropriate inspection methods, in an easy-to-understand manner with application examples.
The lecturers, who carry out non-destructive testing on a daily basis, will explain in an easy-to-understand manner, using examples of applications.
What is non-destructive testing?
How does the selection of a non-destructive testing method depend on the material and the information on the wanted objects?
I need to inspect a component for cracks – which PT, MT or ET should I use?