|RT. JEYAKUMAR |
Singapore, Joined Aug 2002, 10
TOFD, PHASED ARRY TECHNIQUE COURSE S.E. ASIA
I would like to course on Level II in TOFD, PHASED ARRY TECHNIQUE. I prefer to do anywhere South east Asia or near.
Please kindly let me know, if anybody know about this matter.
Thanks & Regards,
|J. Mark Davis |
Teacher, And Consultant
University of Ultrasonics, Birmingham, Alabama, USA, Joined Mar 2000, 85
Re: TOFD, PHASED ARRY TECHNIQUE COURSE S.E. ASIA Go to www.olympusndt.com
I will be conducting classes in Australia. If that is close enough?
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: Hello Everybody,
: I would like to course on Level II in TOFD, PHASED ARRY TECHNIQUE. I prefer to do anywhere South east Asia or near.
: Please kindly let me know, if anybody know about this matter.
: Thanks & Regards,
: RT. Jeyakumar
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MUSE Mobile Ultrasonic Equipment
The MUSE, a portable ultrasonic imaging system, was developed for in-field inspections of light-weig
ht structures. The MUSE consists of a motor-driven manipulator, a water circulation system for the acoustic coupling and a portable ultrasonic flaw detector (USPC 3010). The MUSE provides images of internal defects (A-, B-,C- and D-scan).
Lyft™: Pulsed Eddy Current Reinvented
PEC Reinvented—CUI Programs Redefined
Corrosion under insulation (CUI) is possibly the greatest u
asset integrity problem in the industry. Current methods for
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Next generation for Phased Array UT is here now with FMC/TFM! Have higher
resolution imaging, impr
oved signal to noise ratio, characterize, size and analyze
defects better with access to several wave mode views and save raw FMC data for
higher quality analysis. Some of the benefits are:
- Beautiful Image! Easier to understand what you're looking at
- Completely focused in entire image or volume
- Much easier to define setups before inspection
- Easier to decipher geometry echoes from real defects
- Oriented defects (e.g. cracks) are imaged better
- See image from different wave modes from one FMC inspection
- FMC data can be reprocessed/analyzed without going back to the field
GEKKO, Standard and Advanced phased-array for Easier inspection
With a 64-channel parallel architecture, GEKKO is a flaw detector
offering at the same time conven
tional UT, standard PAUT, TOFD and
real-time Total Focusing Method (TFM). GEKKO improves the
detection, with better defects characterization
and sizing as well as for misoriented defects.
Some procedures require standard UT, others TOFD or PA. GEKKO
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- 64:64 parallel channels
- + 4 additional TOFD
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