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Digital Imaging and Ultrasonics for NDT 2018

Foxwoods Resort
Mashantucket, CT
24 - 26 July 2018

Topical Chair – Bob Feole, Feole Technologies
Technical Program Chairs – Fred Morro, VJ Technologies, Larry Mullins, NXT NdT Inc.; Ed Cabral, Sonatest Ltd.; Vijay Alreja, VJ Technologies

The Digital Imaging and Ultrasonics for NDT Conferences are combining!

Based on attendee feedback, we are merging the two programs into one, comprehensive NDT Conference, covering both methods and technologies.

The X-ray inspection system market is expected to be worth USD 860.5 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 6.51% between 2017 and 2023. The digital imaging technique is expected to hold a larger share of this market during the forecast period. The global ultrasonic non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment market will grow steadily during the next two years and post a CAGR of almost 6% by 2020.

These two volumetric methods are related yet different. The DI/UT 2018 ASNT Topical Conference will cover the basic fundamentals as well as the latest developments of each NDT method, providing one forum for sharing the respective pros and cons.

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Digital Imaging Program

Short Courses (2 hours each)

Automated X-ray Inspection
Nagabhushana Shashishekhar, V J Technologies, Bohemia NY, United States

Evaluation of DR and CT for Production Inspection
Cliff Bueno, GE Global Research, Niskayuna NY, United States

High Energy CT Systems and Applications
William Ross, GE Global Research, Niskayuna NY, United States

Presentations (30 minutes each)

A Novel CT Reconstruction Algorithm for Compensation of Scatter and Beam Hardening
Miguel Pineros, Lickenbrock Technologies Inc., Saint Louis MO, United States

Advanced X-ray Computed Tomography in Additive Manufacturing
Shana Telesz, GE Measurement & Control, Lewistown PA, United States

Considerations for the Post-Processing of Micro-CT Volumes of Manufactured Parts
Trevor Lancon, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Houston TX, United States

CR and DR of Castings
Marcus Harty, Lockheed Martin, Titusville FL, United States

Design and Development of DR/CT Systems for Production Environments
Matthew Gormley, Pinnacle X-Ray Solutions, Suwanee GA, United States

Hardware, Software and Techniques that Push the Performance of DR and CT Equipment to New Levels
Brett Muehlhauser, North Star Imaging Inc, Rogers MN, United States

Heat Damage Detection of Carbon Composite Materials using X-Ray Compton Backscatter Radiography
Ronald Williams, Nucsafe Inc, Oak Ridge TN, United States

High Resolution High Voltage Imaging: A ComparisonBbetween 450kV Minifocus and 450kV Microfocus Sources
Andrew Ramsey, Nikon Metrology, Brighton MI, United States

Liquid-Metal-Jet and High-Resolution X-ray Source Technology for Imaging
Anasuya Adibhatla, Excillum, Worcester MA, United States

NDT 4.0: Digital Radiography, Robotics and Process Automation
Lennart Schulenburg, VisiConsult X-Ray Systems & Solutions GmbH, Stockelsdorf, Germany

NDT 4.0: High inspection Efficiency through Digital Radiography and Automated Processes
Lennart Schulenburg, VisiConsult X-Ray Systems & Solutions GmbH, Stockelsdorf, Germany

NDT System Interoperability Through DICONDE
Andy Ferro, GE Aviation, Cincinnati OH, United States

Recent Advances in Computed Radiography Plate Grain Pattern Compensation and Frame Averaging Techniques with Related Technologies
Robert Schurz, Lickenbrock Technologies Inc., Saint Louis MO, United States

Sources of Errors in Amplitude Based Flaw Evaluation
Robert Ryan, Twining Inc., Long Beach CA, United States

Using aRTist - A Simulation Tool for Radiography and CT
Xin Li, GE Global Research, Niskayuna NY, United States

X-ray System Total Cost of Ownership
Peter Cawley, Kimtron Inc., Oxford CT, United States

Ultrasonics Program

Short Courses (2 hours each)

Acoustography NDE
Jaswinder Sandhu, Santec Systems Inc., Arlington Heights IL, United States

Application of the ASME Fracture Mechanics Based Acceptance criteria for Ultrasonic Examination
Larry Mullins, NXT NDT Inc., North Adams MA, United States

Practical consideration on FMC/TFM
Daniel Richard, Zetec Canada, Quebec ON, Canada

Presentations (30 minutes each)

Automatic UT Machine Development for Application to Space Structures Made in Wrapped Carbon Filament
Elena Tosti, AVIO S p A, Colleferro Rome, Italy

Fourier-domain Post-processing Technique for Full-Matrix Imaging with Matrix Phased Arrays
Dmitry Dolmatov, Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, Russia

High Frequency Austenitic Stainless-Steel Solution
Philippe Rioux, Sonatest Inc, Sainte-Foy QC, Canada

How Modern, Mobile Technology Improves Collaboration, Traceability and Inspection Efficiency
Chris Udell, Proceq, Schwerzenbach, Switzerland

New Advancements in Total Focusing Method (TFM): Review of Several Innovative Algorithms
Gavin Dao, Advanced OEM Solutions, Cincinnati OH, United States

Panel Discussion: Current ASNT and ASME Training and Certification Requirements for Phased Array and Time-of-Flight Diffraction Are Fulfilling Industry Needs
Larry Mullins, NXT NDT Inc., North Adams MA, United States

Phased Array Techniques and Defect Evaluation for Composites
Philippe Rioux, Sonatest Inc.,, Sainte-Foy QC, Canada

Relationship Between Defect Size and Operating Center Frequency in Guided Wave Testing
Sang Kim, Guided Wave Analysis LLC, San Antonio TX, United States

Review of Change to the ASME Code Being Considered for 2019 s May Impact Advanced Ultrasonics
Larry Mullins, NXT NDT Inc., North Adams MA, United States

Sensor Fusion Techniques for Phased-Array Eddy Current and Phased-Array Ultrasound Data
Lloyd Arrowood, Consolidated Nuclear Security LLC, Oak Ridge TN, United States

Thinner-Wall Volumetric Weld Inspections - A Best Practices Approach
Robert Raimondi, Baker Testing Services Inc., Groveland MA, United States

Tight Radius Inspection of CFRP with Acoustography
Daniel Cleary, Southern Illinois University, Palatine IL, United States

Young's Modulus Using Ultrasonic Velocity Method
Candelario Longoria, Materion Inc, Elmore OH, United States

Build Your Brand: Exhibit with ASNT!

Exhibiting at an ASNT conference or topical event is a productive way to showcase products and services. With constant face-to-face interactions with your target audience, exhibiting at our conference ensures that your marketing budget and time is being well spent!

Exhibitor resources and registration options are at right, details about this conference are below.

Interested in Exhibiting?

Table top exhibits available. If you are interested in having a table top exhibit to share your latest products, technology or service offerings, contact Ruth Staat at rstaat@asnt.org or call her at 614-274-6003, ext. 227.

List of Exhibitors for Digital Imaging 2018

as of 22 May 2018

Advanced OEM Solutions

Advanced Test Equipment Rentals

AMS Store and Shred LLC

Avonix Imaging

Carestream NDT

Danatronics

Detection Technology Inc

DURR NDT GmbH & Co. KG

Excillum

Fujifilm North America - NDT Materials and Equipment

Guided Wave Analysis LLC

Jesse Garant Metrology Center

JIREH Industries

Lickenbrock Technologies Inc

Nexus Metrology

North Star Imaging

NOVO DR Ltd

OKOS Solutions LLC

Olympus

PH Tool Reference Standards

Pinnacle X-Ray Solutions Inc

QSA Global Inc

Santec Systems Inc

Teledyne DALSA

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Varex Imaging

VisiConsult X-Ray Systems & Solutions GmbH

VJ Technologies Inc

VMI

Volume Graphics

X-Scan Imaging Corporation

YXLON

Hotel Information

Foxwoods Resort & Casino
350 Trolley Line Blvd.
Mashantucket, CT 06338
ASNT Group Rate: $159 per night (plus fees and taxes)
Rate good until July 2, 2018

To reserve, use this online link, or call (860) 312-3000. Be sure to refer to the American Society for Nondestructive Testing when making your reservation by phone.

Travel Information

The closest airport to Foxwoods is T.F. Green (PVD) in Warwick, RI. The second closest airport would be Hartford's Bradley International Airport (BDL). Warwick is just under an hour's drive from Foxwoods; Bradley is just over an hour's drive.

Parking is complimentary at Foxwoods.

Watch this page for additional resources as they become available.