Theory and Practice of Non Destructive Testing

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Prof. Ranjit Bauri

IIT Madras

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Description

 

Nondestructive Testing (NDT) plays an extremely important role in quality control, flaw detection and structural health monitoring covering a wide range of industries. There are varieties of NDT techniques in use. This course will first cover the fundamental science behind the commonly used NDT methods to build the basic understanding on the underlying principles. It will then go on to cover the process details of each of these NDT methods.

 

INTENDED AUDIENCE

Students, Researchers, Practicing Engineers

PREREQUISITES         

BE/Diploma in Engineering (Mech/Manufac/Production/Civil/Aerospace/App. Mech/Material Engg)

INDUSTRY SUPPORT 

Manufacturing and Automotive Industries

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Dr. Ranjit Bauri is an Professor in the Dept. of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, IIT Madras. He has more than a decade of experience in teaching NDT theory and practical courses. He is a life member of Indian Society for Non Destructive Testing (ISNT). He is also a seasoned researcher with more than a decade of research experience. His research areas include Composite materials, Al alloys, Friction stir welding and processing, Powder Metallurgy and Microscopy. 

Additional information

Institute

IIT Madras

Total hours

20

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COURSE ENROLMENT FEE: The Fee for Enrolment is Rs. 2000 + GST

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EXAM FEE: The remote proctoring exam is optional for a fee of Rs.1500 + GST. An additional fee of Rs.1500 will apply for a non-standard time slot.

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Course Details

Week 1: Introduction to NDT, Visual Optical methods, Dye penetrant testing, Basic principle, Types of dye and methods of application, Developer application and Inspection.
Week 2: Magnetic particle testing, Basic theory of magnetism, Magnetization methods,Field indicators, Particle application, Inspection.
Week 3: Eddy current testing, Basic principle; Faraday’s law, Inductance, Lenz’s law,Self and Mutual Inductance, Impedance plane, Inspection system and probes,System calibration.
Week 4: Ultrasonic testing: Basics of ultrasonic waves, Pulse and beam shapes,Ultrasonic transducers.
Week 5: Test method, Distance and Area calibration, Weld inspection by UT.
Week 6: Acoustic emission testing: Basic principle, Sources of acoustic emission, Source parameters, Kaiser-Felicity theory, Equipment and Data display, Source location schemes.
Week 7: Radiography: X-rays and their properties, X-ray generation, X-ray absorption and atomic scattering. 
Week 8: Image formation, Image quality, Digital Radiography, Image interpretation,Radiation Shielding. Comparison and selection of NDT methods, Concluding remarks.

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