“The level of detail and explanations are superb. The impact of this book in the aerospace industry should be enormous!” Dr. Eric v. K. Hill, retired, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Its 56 contributors, plus dozens of additional reviewers, are drawn from the research community and practicing Level IIIs in the industry. Methods: Visual, Ultrasonic, X-ray, Penetrant, Magnetic, Eddy Current, Acoustic, Leak, Infrared, Shearography, Bond Testing, In Situ NDT for Structural Health Monitoring, Microwave Testing, Coating Measurement, Surface Quality, and Fundamental Formulas, and glossary. 450 pages, 383 figures, more than 500 illustrations, 128 tables, and 152 equations. ASNT 2014.
Comprehensive discussion of industrial leak detection, including new text of infrared thermographic leak testing, storage tank testing, counterflow design and nonfluoro-carbon tracer gases. 650 pages, 81 tables, 315 equations, 317 illustrations, 82 photographs
Drawing from the comprehensive set of third edition Handbook volumes, the NDT Overview is now available from ASNT. This volume is a must have for anyone studying for the general qualification exam and gives Level IIIs a convenient single volume reference on the principles and applications of the major NDT methods (VT, PT, MP, RT, AE, ET, LT, IR & UT). This volume also includes: an introduction on NDT, measurement units, history, and special methods which include alloy identification, strain measurement, shearography and holography. The 604 page volume features 720 illustrations, 69 tables, 87 equations, and a 60 page glossary.
In this classic Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT) NDT Handbook, extensive text has been added to cover new aerospace and oil field applications. Infromation on method history and metric units. Text reflects environmentally motivated regulation of effluents, fluorocarbon fluids and aerosols. Hundreds of pages, hundreds of illustratrations and tables. Glossary, index, extensive bibliography
An infrared (IR) volume covering the theory and applications of this important method. Topics covered include personnel qualification, standards and 265 detailed pages of applications in various industries
This Radiographic Testing (RT) handbook covers theory and applications of industrial radiography. Topics include X-ray machines; isotope sources; personnel safety; standards and practices; computed tomography; image processing and image data analysis; electronic techniques (tomography, backscatter, digital imaging); high-energy, neutron and flash radiography; radiographic interpretation; radiography of castings and welds; aerospace, electric power, petroleum and chemical applications. 692 pages, more than 500 illustrations; 20-page glossary
The third edition of the NDT Handbook on ET covers the latest developments in electromagnetic testing, with emphasis on digital technologies. Principles of theory, application and instrumentation are presented. Applications chapters for industrial sectors (primary metals, chemical/petroleum, electric power, infrastructure and aerospace) are included. Theoretical chapters explain that all electromagnetic techniques share the same physical principles. This volume is a must-have for Level II and III ET inspectors, inspection and quality personnel, those who evaluate or specify electromagnetic tests, researchers, students, trainers and teachers.
This volume of the NDT Handbook series, contains a section on applications and new information based on computer advances in imaging and data processing. This edition is a must for anyone who uses Acoustic Emission (AE).
A collaborative effort of 100 Ultrasonic Testing experts. Editorial emphasis on practicality with information useful to Level II and Level III inspectors. Applications arranged according to industry: aerospace,chemical-petroleum, electric power, infrastructure, metals. Chapters on applications in material characterization and advanced materials. Metric units provided throughout. Alloys identified in the Unified Numbering System. Discussion and examples in terms of digital processing and display throughout. 600 pages, 467 figures, 64 tables.
This Magnetic Particle Testing (MT) contains 100+ pages applicable also to magnetic flux leakage testing. Contains all current information from the previous edition on magnetic particle testing. A collaborative effort of 66 magnetic testing experts. Editorial emphasis on practicality with information useful to Level II and Level III inspectors. Applications including metals, welding, chemical, petroleum, and electric power. Dozens of photographs illustrating anomalies. New information on documentation with reference standards and digital photography. Metric units included throughout. Edited with an eye to safety and environmental regulations. Updated references provided for published standards. The authoritative reference for magnetic particle testing. This volume is a must-have for Level II and III MT inspectors and quality personnel - those who evaluate or specify magnetic particle or flux leakage testing. 422 pages, 478 illustrations, 241 equations, 56 tables. Extensive glossary and index.