Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 8, Magnetic Testing (Book with CD-ROM)

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. 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. Sales of this item are final; no returns are permitted.

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Chapter 1. Introduction to Magnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Nondestructive Testing
  • Part 2. Management of Magnetic Particle Testing
  • Part 3. Safety in Magnetic Particle Testing
  • Part 4. History of Magnetic Testing
  • Part 5. Measurement Units for Magnetic Testing
  • References

Chapter 2. Fundamentals of Magnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Introduction to Magnetic Tests
  • Part 2. Magnetic Field Theory
  • Part 3. Magnetic Flux and Flux Leakage
  • Part 4. Electrically Induced Magnetism
  • Part 5. Magnetic Particle Test Systems
  • Part 6. Ferromagnetic Material Characteristics
  • Part 7. Types of Magnetizing Current
  • Part 8. Media and Processes in Magnetic Particle Testing
  • Part 9. Magnetic Test Techniques
  • Part 10. Techniques of Magnetic Testing
  • Part 11. Magnetic Testing Applications
  • References

Chapter 3. Magnetism

  • Part 1. Fundamentals of Electromagnetism
  • Part 2. Field Relations and Maxwell’s Equations
  • Part 3. Electromagnetic Fields and Boundaries
  • Part 4. Effect of Materials on Electromagnetic Fields
  • Part 5. Magnetic Circuits and Hysteresis
  • Part 6. Characteristics of Electromagnetic Fields
  • References

Chapter 4. Magnetization

  • Part 1. Description of Magnetic Fields
  • Part 2. Magnetization with Eectric Current
  • Part 3. Factors Controlling Magnetization
  • Part 4. Direction of Magnetic Field
  • Part 5. Multidirectional Magnetization
  • Part 6. Circumferential Magnetization of Pipe
  • Part 7. Magnetic Flux in Test Objects with Complex Shapes
  • References

Chapter 5. Magnetic Leakage Field Measurements

  • Part 1. Fundamentals of Magnetic Flux Leakage Fields
  • Part 2. Flux Sensitive Devices
  • References

Chapter 6. Equipment for Magnetic Particle Testing

  • Part 1. Basic Magnetic Particle Equipment
  • Part 2. Wet Horizontal Equipment
  • Part 3. Stationary Magnetic Particle Equipment
  • Part 4. Mobile Magnetic Particle Equipment
  • Part 5. Portable Magnetic Particle Equipment
  • Part 6. Magnetic Particle Testing Power Pack Systems
  • Part 7. Automation of Magnetic Particle Testing
  • References

Chapter 7. Magnetic Particles

  • Part 1. Introduction
  • Part 2. Dry Technique Testing Materials
  • Part 3. Wet Technique Testing Materials
  • Part 4. Magnetic Particle Sensitivity
  • References

Chapter 8. Viewing of Magnetic Particle Tests

  • Part 1. Detection of Magnetic Particle Indications
  • Part 2. Interpretation of Indications
  • Part 3. Control of Wet Particles
  • Part 4. Magnetic Particle Tests Viewed under Visible Light
  • Part 5. Magnetic Particle Tests Viewed under Ultraviolet Radiation
  • Part 6. Radiating Accessories for Magnetic Particle Testing
  • Part 7. Alternative Ways to Excite Fluorescence
  • References

Chapter 9. Recording of Magnetic Particle Indications

  • Part 1. Basic Documentation
  • Part 2. Tape Transfers
  • Part 3. Fixed Coatings for Test Indications
  • Part 4. Alginate Impressions
  • Part 5. Digital Photography and Image Archiving
  • Part 6. Magnetic Rubber
  • References

Chapter 10. Reference Standards for Magnetic Particle Testing

  • Part 1. Fundamentals of Reference Standards for Magnetic Particle Testing
  • Part 2. Reference Standards for  System Evaluation
  • Part 3. Magnetic Discontinuity Standards
  • Part 4. Electromagnetic Reference Devices
  • References

Chapter 11. Demagnetization

  • Part 1. Theory of Demagnetization
  • Part 2. Principles of Demagnetization
  • Part 3. Demagnetization Procedures
  • Part 4. Typical Demagnetization Problems
  • Part 5. Demagnetization of Elongated Test Objects
  • References

Chapter 12. Magnetic Testing of Metals

  • Part 1. Casting Discontinuities
  • Part 2. Forging Discontinuities
  • Part 3. Welding Discontinuities
  • Part 4. Processing Discontinuities
  • Part 5. Service Induced Discontinuities
  • References

Chapter 13. Chemical and Petroleum Applications of Magnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Chemical and Petroleum Industry
  • Part 2. Electromagnetic Testing of Transmission and Storage Systems
  • Part 3. Underwater Magnetic Particle Testing
  • Part 4. Magnetic Testing of Oil Field Tubes
  • References

Chapter 14. Electric Power Applications of Magnetic Particle Testing

  • Part 1. Introduction
  • Part 2. Magnetic Particle Testing of Power Generation Equipment
  • Part 3. Requirements for Nuclear Power Plants
  • References

Chapter 15. Infrastructure and Aerospace Applications of Magnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Infrastructure Applications of Magnetic Testing
  • Part 2. Aerospace Applications of Magnetic Particle Testing
  • References

Chapter 16. Magnetic Testing Glossary

  • Part 1. Terms
  • Part 2. Symbols
  • References

Index

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