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joerg collrep
joerg collrep
06:29 Jan-22-2004
Shearography Training

Could anybody tell me what requirements / certifications a company must have to provide Shearography ( or in principal NDT )training to worldwide Aerospace customers. What is the process to get these certifications? Who should we contact?
Thanks in advance


 
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Wolfgang Bisle
R & D, senior Engineer and nomiated Expert
retired from Airbus Deutschland GmbH, Germany, Joined Jul 2000, 35

Wolfgang Bisle

R & D, senior Engineer and nomiated Expert
retired from Airbus Deutschland GmbH,
Germany,
Joined Jul 2000
35
01:36 Feb-04-2004
Re: Shearography Training
Still this is a good point.
NAS410 / EN4179 are part of the frame work, which should be used as a reference. Ask the Colleagues from AIRBUS D, as they have been heavily involved in setting up the standards - you should know the entry point to the NDT-Group in Bremen (I aviod putting e-mail addresses here, as this might be another source for more spam)
Further on - as far as I know - the only company until now doing training for shearography in aeronatics, which is licensed in Europe (which means it is a certified aerospace training site) - is NDT Expert in Toulouse/France.
We at AIRBUS Bremen still are in preparation of a training course, which shall be a little more practical and more universal then the NDTexpert one. Also thinking to combine Interferometry with thermooptical testing as a lot of fields are similar like loading, imaging, image processing etc.




 
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