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nondestructive testing (ndt) is a process in which material properties are measured without harming the test subject. this differs from destructive testing, which is a destructive process used to determine material properties by breaking down the material under test. because ndt is non-invasive, it is ideal for testing the durability and safety of concrete structures, allowing for continuous monitoring of these structures during their lifetime.
this training will consist of hands-on practice with inexpensive, non-destructive evaluation equipment, such as a pocket portable x-ray unit and a digital scale. students will observe and interpret the results, then write about their findings and develop a test plan for a real-life project.
the training and equipment used in this course have been purchased through the national science foundation grant cbet-1045116. course materials are available for free download from the national science teachers association website
25 nondestructive testing and evaluation as indicated above, most nondestructive evaluation techniques are based on the principle that the presence of a discontinuity (such as crack, voids, inclusions, delaminations) in a specimen will alter the magnitude, phase, or frequency of the signal that is received. most nondestructive evaluation methods can be categorized as: a. detection;
the inspections are done by using various equipment to measure parameters of interest. each test or inspection is composed of a number of tests or measurements. measurements include nondestructive tests, destructive tests, and tools that are used to measure a property of a material.1. physical properties: part a. physical properties are measured by nondestructive and destructive tests.
92 Non-Destructive Testing Techniques The purpose of the inspection is to locate and measure a defect. Tests are performed to detect defects in a variety of articles, including mechanical parts, machinery, electronics, and fiber-reinforced plastics. The methods used include x-ray radiography, ultrasound, acoustic emission, magnetic particle inspection, radiography, fiber optic methods, and non-invasive techniques such as near-infrared spectroscopy.
6 Optical Testing The principle behind optical testing is that an optical signal is emitted and scattered back to the source by a surface defect. The characteristics of that signal are then compared with those of the same signal from a defect-free area. This method is used for inspecting parts that have unique markings or codes for identification.
14 Plastics, Composites and Structural Materials The purpose of inspection in the plastics, composites and structural materials industry is to detect foreign bodies and defects in the surface of the material. The most common forms of inspection are visual inspection and macroscopic and microscopic testing (for example, with a microscope, polarized light, visible and infrared light, and electron microscopy).
38 Reliability and Maintainability Tests Non-destructive testing is important to measure and evaluate the response of components and components/systems to operating and changing conditions over time. This field of testing focuses on the measurement of structural damage, the integrity of material properties and the performance of the component over time. This includes tests that measure the useful life and is related to the stress, strain, and strain rate of the material.