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  • Use of a PC-Based Digitizer in an Ultrasonic Flaw-Detection System
    Use of modern high-speed digitizers in the construction of an ultrasonic flaw detection system is discussed. Topics include the advantages of high sampling speed, high vertical resolution, deep acquisition memory buffers, and fast data transfer speed to the host PC. Issues that arise due
  • Ultrasonic Detection of Surface Flaws in Sintered Alpha Silicon Carbide (.pdf)
    It is well recognized that surface and near-surface flaws control the strength of the majority of specimens from a population of sintered alpha-carbide test bars. An investigation was carried out to examine the applicability of surface acoustic wave techniques (SAW) to detect two-dimensional
  • Advances in Hand-Held Ultrasonic Thickness Gages with Live Color Waveforms (A-Scan) (.pdf)
    de-laminations and disbands. Danatronics Corp © 2009 All Right Reserved. In some of these applications, thickness gages with live waveforms can be used but. they should not be considered as a replacement for Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors which have. much higher pulser power, scanning speeds, bandwidth, and gain
  • Acoustic Emission / Noise Detection Instruments
    Acoustic emission instruments and noise detectors are used to detect changes and monitor conditions in mechanical, electrical, and process systems. Ultrasonic noise detectors can pick up changes in bearings, gearboxes, or other rotating machinery due to wear or load changes. Noise detectors
  • Medical Device Link .
    onto the spine. The manufacturer thoroughly tests and inspects its precision products by means of nondestructive testing techniques, including radiography and dye-penetrant inspection, ultrasonic flaw detection, hydrostatic pressure testing, and magnetic particle inspection. Copyright (C)2006
  • Applying Acoustic Vibration Monitoring to Predictive Maintenance
    sound will. propagate further and wider than ultrasound with the same. ULTRASONIC. energy, because an audible sound wavelength is much. longer than an ultrasound wavelength. For this reason ultra-. sound is more directional to its source than lower frequency. DETECTION. audible sounds
  • Optical Instruments Defining the Evolution of Surface Texture Measurement in Manufacturing
    Inspection Solutions. Doubler Edge Skin Crack Inspection Solution. CFRP Flat Panels Inspection Solution. Flaw Detectors. Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors. EPOCH 1000. EPOCH 600. EPOCH LTC. EPOCH XT. EPOCH LT. OmniScan MX UT. OmniScan MX2 UT/TOFD. OmniScan SX. OmniScan iX UT. Sonic 1200M. Probes and Transducers