PTP Series: Classroom Training Books
Each volume of this Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT) classroom training book covers Level I and Level II material. A sampling of content: Procedures and Techniques Various Liquid Penetrant Testing Methods Liquid Penetrant Testing Equipment Materials for Liquid Penetrant Testing Interpretation and Evaluation of Indications Quality Control of Test Materials Procedures, Standards and Codes
Each volume of this Electromagnetic Testing (ET) classroom training book covers Level I and Level II material. A sampling of content: Remote Field Testing, Alternating Current Field Measurement, Flux Leakage Theory, Eddy Current Applications, Instrumentation, Test Systems and Analysis, Testing Standards and Procedures.
Radiographic Testing Classroom Training Book, Second Edition ? Descriptions of technology and images of equipment used in the field today. ? Current information regarding regulations and specifications from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Agreement States. ? Descriptions of specialized radiographic applications and techniques. ? Qualification and certification details for Level I and Level II radiographic testing technicians. ? Second edition includes new chapters on radiographic interpretation of castings and welds with sample radiographs, and on digital radiography (DR), computed radiography (CR), and computed tomography (CT).
Contains new chapters on phased array, time of flight diffraction, and guided wave method. Follows the body of knowledge outlined in CP-105 (2011). Up-to-date information on ultrasonic principles, equipment, specialized techniques, and test applications. Also covers qualification and certification of personnel, ultrasonic displays, transducer operation and calibration, and reference standards.
Contains up-to-date information on many aspects of magnetic particle testing. Organized to follow the body of knowledge outlined in CP-105 (2011) for Levels I and II. Content includes theories of magnetism, demagnetization techniques, equipment selection, discontinuities detectable with MT, ferromagnetic particles and application, and magnetization methods. Also contains chapters on types of electric current for MT, evaluation techniques, and quality control.