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NDT.net Issue - 2016-02 - NEWS
NDT.net Issue: 2016-02
Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
NEWS

TWI has launched two new corrosion detection courses

TWI Ltd (The Welding Institute)186, Great Abington, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Dates have now been released for both the conventional and advanced courses and bookings are now being taken. Would either of these courses be of interest to you?

Corrosion Detection and Monitoring - Conventional Ultrasonic Inspection (UT)

Suitable for:
The Corrosion Awareness - Conventional Ultrasonic Inspection course is aimed at:
•Level 2 Ultrasonic Inspectors, previous knowledge of plant inspection would be an advantage, but not essential
•Candidates wishing to have greater understanding of corrosion and its detrimental effect on materials
•Candidates who interface with the NDT inspectors and wish to gain a greater understanding of corrosion detection with ultrasonic inspection; its capability and limitations

Course Content:
Properties of materials; theory of corrosion; types of corrosion; preventative measures (likely locations, inspection and monitoring techniques, variables affecting corrosion); corrosion monitoring; structural damage mechanisms; degradation of materials in-service conditions; types of failure; basic electrical theory associated with corrosion; inspection techniques, application of conventional ultrasonic methods.
For further information click here >>here

Corrosion Detection and Monitoring - Advanced Ultrasonic Inspection

Suitable for:
The Corrosion Awareness - Advanced Ultrasonic Inspection course is aimed at:
•Level 2 Phased Array Ultrasonic Inspectors, previous knowledge of plant/pipeline/vessel inspection would be an advantage, but not essential
•Candidates wishing to have a greater understanding of corrosion and its detrimental effect on materials
•Candidates who interface with the NDT inspectors and wish to gain a greater understanding of corrosion and ultrasonic phased array inspection

Course Content:
Benefits, capabilities and limitations of advanced ultrasonic methods for the detection and monitoring of corrosion/erosion; establishing sensitivity required by code, standard, or client’s custom requirements, and identification of most appropriate system solution to meet this; specific practical sessions in setting up 1Axis and 2 Axis scanners for data acquisition, and understand the benefits of each; analysis of acquired data and sample files to recognise, identify, quantify and report accurate results.
For further information click >>here

If you have any questions regarding these training courses or anything else, please get in touch.

Nick Rowley, Training and Examination Business Support, TWI Ltd, Granta Park, Great Abington, Cambridge, CB21 6AL, UK, email: nick.rowley@twi.co.uk, Tel: 01223 899223, www.twitraining.com

 
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