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N. Azarov
Engineering
GosNIIGA, Russia, Joined Jan 2000, 12

N. Azarov

Engineering
GosNIIGA,
Russia,
Joined Jan 2000
12
09:49 Mar-01-2003
about fiberglass construction

Hi, everyone.
Does anybody know, where can find the information about methods of non-destructive testing of quality adhesion skins from fiberglass in honeycomb constructions of a rudder, elevators, flaps of airplanes.
N. Azarov


 
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ISOTEST Engineering S.r.l.
Director
ISOTEST ENGINEERING SRL, Italy, Joined May 2002, 2

ISOTEST Engineering S.r.l.

Director
ISOTEST ENGINEERING SRL,
Italy,
Joined May 2002
2
09:10 Mar-04-2003
re: About fiberglass construction
: Hi, everyone.
: Does anybody know, where can find the information about methods of non-destructive testing of quality adhesion skins from fiberglass in honeycomb constructions of a rudder, elevators, flaps of airplanes.
: N. Azarov
.
We have obtained very good results in the control of this materials with air coupled Ultrasounds.
If you want to know more about this "new" methods, please ask.

Bye


 
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Richard Kazares
Richard Kazares
03:46 Mar-04-2003
Re: re: About fiberglass construction
You might also look at squirter/bubbler (mechanical contour following) techniques using relatively low-cost water-based (recirculation - low volume of water) conventional UT. The advantagesl are that much higher frequencies can be used - resulting in higher resolution images - that are both easier to interpret - as well as providing more detailed information.

Contact me directly - and I'll be happy to e-mail you some honeycomb images taken using this technology and system configuration.

: : Hi, everyone.
: : Does anybody know, where can find the information about methods of non-destructive testing of quality adhesion skins from fiberglass in honeycomb constructions of a rudder, elevators, flaps of airplanes.
: : N. Azarov
: .


 
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