where expertise comes together - since 1996 -

The Largest Open Access Portal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT)

Conference Proceedings, Articles, News, Exhibition, Forum, Network and more

where expertise comes together
- since 1996 -

Iris Inspection Services, Inc.
We are the world's largest supplier of air cooler, boiler and exchanger tubing inspection services.
283 views
Technical Discussions
Vasco Teixeira
R & D, coatings production and inspection, stress analysi
University of Minho - Physics Centre, Portugal, Joined Feb 2000, 3

Vasco Teixeira

R & D, coatings production and inspection, stress analysi
University of Minho - Physics Centre,
Portugal,
Joined Feb 2000
3
00:26 Jan-08-2002
non destructive analysis of interfacial decohesion in layered thin coatings

Dear NDT coolleagues

I am looking for researchers that have been using NDT techniques to study adherence problems in thin films and coatings (for protective and decorative applications). Namely, the micro defects and decohesion at interfaces between a coating and substrate (or within one interface of multilayered coatings).

I will appreciate very much information on the techniques used, papers published and experience.

Thanks

Wishes of an Happy New Year.

Vasco Teixeira



 
 Reply 
 
Richard Kazares
Richard Kazares
05:58 Jan-08-2002
Re: non destructive analysis of interfacial decohesion in layered thin coatings
We have applied High Frequency UT to measure the adherance of thin film materials to a variety of substrates. Our UltraWin software has a semi-automated Bond Analysis function to aid in the rapid interpretation (e.g. Go-No Go type) of C-Scan imaging data from just such material bonding issues.

I will also forward you (to your e-mail) a copy of an applications study detailing this type of work and capabilities - hope it helps you.

Richard Kazares

----------------------------------
Dear NDT coolleagues
.
: I am looking for researchers that have been using NDT techniques to study adherence problems in thin films and coatings (for protective and decorative applications). Namely, the micro defects and decohesion at interfaces between a coating and substrate (or within one interface of multilayered coatings).
.
: I will appreciate very much information on the techniques used, papers published and experience.
.
: Thanks
.
: Wishes of an Happy New Year.
.
: Vasco Teixeira
.



 
 Reply 
 

Product Spotlight

Cygnus 6+ PRO Multi-Mode Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge

The Cygnus 6+ PRO thickness gauge is the most advance gauge within the Cygnus range with key featu
...
res including: comprehensive data logging; A-scan and B-scan display; manual gain control; Bluetooth connectivity; and much more. With its unique dual display and three measuring modes (Multiple-Echo, Echo-Echo and Single-Echo), this surface thickness gauge offers maximum versatility for inspections.
>

High-performance Linear Phased Array Probes

Available to order from stock in a range of 5MHz – 7.5MHz and from 16 to 64 elements. Designed w
...
ith piezo-composite elements, Phoenix phased array probes provide high-resolution imaging to maximise sensitivity; accurate ultrasonic detection and sizing of defects in welds; and effective corrosion mapping. Housed in a rugged stainless steel case for on-site industrial NDT applications.
>

FD800 Bench Top Flaw Detectors

The bench-top FD800 flaw detector range combines state-of-the-art flaw detection with advanced mater
...
ial thickness capabilities. Designed for use in the laboratory these gauges are the tool you need for all your flaw detecting needs.
>

Echomac® Small

Available with up to eight channels of electronics to detect and evaluate thickness, flaws and eccen
...
tricity, this UT tester is housed in a convenient, smaller cabinet. This instrument can be used in conjunction with bubbler or immersion tank systems, or with a test bench or in laboratory applications. The Echomac® Small is available in the FD4, FD6 or FD6A versions.
>

Share...
We use technical and analytics cookies to ensure that we will give you the best experience of our website - More Info
Accept
top
this is debug window