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Ultrasonic Sciences Ltd
We specialize in the design and manufacture of automated and semi-automated ultrasonic testing systems, including multi axis, multi channels systems and phased array electronics.

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Denny Meyer
R & D
University of applied sciences Magdeburg-Stendal, Germany, Joined Jan 2009, 4

Denny Meyer

R & D
University of applied sciences Magdeburg-Stendal,
Germany,
Joined Jan 2009
4
16:45 Mar-05-2009
Detection of kissing bonds at GfRP or GfRP-Sandwich

Hello,

is there any appropriated ndt methode for the detection of kissing bonds in GfRP or GfRP-Sanwiches? If there is no ndt methode appropriated is there a destructive methode aviable?

Regards

    
 
 
Matthew Crompton
Sales, Manager- NDT Sales
Dantec Dynamics Inc, USA, Joined Aug 2008, 3

Matthew Crompton

Sales, Manager- NDT Sales
Dantec Dynamics Inc,
USA,
Joined Aug 2008
3
17:13 Mar-05-2009
Re: Detection of kissing bonds at GfRP or GfRP-Sandwich
In Reply to Denny Meyer at 16:45 Mar-05-2009 (Opening).

Hi Denny, Laser Shearography can be used to detect kissing bonds and works well with GFRP. Using pressure or thermal excitation will open the bond and the displacement will be measured on the surface. The limitations will be the thickness, depth and size of the kissing bond.
There's some more info here: http://www.dantecdynamics.com/Default.aspx?ID=665

    
 
 
Simon
Simon
18:00 Mar-05-2009
Re: Detection of kissing bonds at GfRP or GfRP-Sandwich
In Reply to Denny Meyer at 16:45 Mar-05-2009 (Opening).

Non Contact Ultrasound, Phased Array Technique and Digital X Ray methods can be used to detect kissing bonds at GFRP / CFRP and Sandwich cores

For any further detail contact us.

Simon

    
 
 
Manny Butera
Manny Butera
16:46 Mar-06-2009
Re: Detection of kissing bonds at GfRP or GfRP-Sandwich
In Reply to Denny Meyer at 16:45 Mar-05-2009 (Opening).

Hi Denny,

Our company offers Ultrasonic systems that are capable of detecting kissing bonds in GFRP and GFRP Sandwich. If you have a sample you want to send us, we would be happy to run an evaluation test and show you the results. Please contact me if we can be of assistance.

Regards
Manny Butera

    
 
 

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