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  • Hall Effect for Sensing and Materials Characterization
    effect and, more recently, topological insulators. The Hall effect also serves as a platform for many device applications, such as current sensing in the automotive industry, metrology, non-destructive inspection and testing, and security screening applications.
  • Non-Destructive Testing - Minimize Product Line Downtime and Product Loss with Radiography Testing for Sorting and Containment
    of faulty products entering the supply chain. Often, a product defect is not discovered until well after the part is already on trailers, in transit, on the customer's floor, or in assembled products on vehicles. A team can travel to the where the suspect products are located to provide on-site inspection
  • Lightning Strike Protection for Carbon Fiber Aircraft
    . damage testing on a series of thin skinned honeycomb panels. using protective metal mesh materials. Damage assessments. were performed using ultrasonic and visual non-destructive. inspection methods.
  • Pairing GD&T with Industrial CT Helps with Moldmakers Part to Print Projects
    utilizes 3D non-destructive inspection methods to help clients drastically reduce pre-production inspection costs by quickly solving internal and difficult to analyze part problems. Some key types of analysis are: porosity, void, Volkswagen VW P201 50097 analysis, part to CAD comparisons, part to part
  • Applying Infrared Imaging Techniques to Marine Surveying ... continued
    Audio gauging or ultrasonic thickness (UT) measurements are a common non-destructive testing method employed to determine the thickness of the metal and extent of corrosion based on the known original thickness of the metal plate. During the preparation for UT measurements, by chance I pulled out
  • An Application of Infrared Thermography - Roofing Survey
    Infrared thermography has proven to be a successful non-destructive method of inspection in many applications, from electrical, mechanical, and medical to military and building applications. While civil and structural engineers face different kinds of problems during the construction of the RC
  • Reliability Improvement of Process Heaters through Infrared Thermography
    proven itself to be an effective, non-destructive tool for monitoring the condition of process heaters. With a crisp, accurate IR image, inspectors can draw inferences about the internal coking, external scaling, and the extent of refractory damage to the heater casing. Images taken over a period
  • Pipeline External Corrosion Analysis Using a 3D Laser Scanner
    and mechanical damage direct assessment. using a 3D laser scanner with dedicated software. The improvements over other. traditional non-destructive-testing (NDT) techniques such as manual pit gauge will be. discussed. We will illustrate how the latest 3D optical innovations support the need. for improved
  • Air-Coupled Acoustics: Sound PAT for Tablet Characterization
    thickness of tablets. Also, the ability of the acoustic waves to penetrate the tablet surface and to vibrate entire tablet structures expands the abilities of the proposed non-destructive/non-contact testing platform for micron-scale defect detection in tablets, millimeter-scale layer thickness
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    the world's first tabletop instrument that provides instant, three-dimensional images and non-destructive measurements for displays, MEMS, optical devices, and semiconductors. Update: Samsung's capex could surpass Intel's Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. reported that it plans to spend $3.56
  • How to Image in Extreme, Low-light Conditions
    Imaging in extremely low light ccan present a challenge for a variety of tasks, including military, biomedicascientific, non-destructive testing, underwater research, realism broadcaTV, and mine and safety inspection. achieve clear, full color, full motion images in starlight or extreme low-light
  • Impact of 3D Laser Data Resolution and Accuracy on Pipeline Dents Strain Analysis
    due to lack of confidence in data. This paper presents a new approach to inspect mechanical damage on pipelines by using a 3D laser scanner, dedicated analysis software and a rugged field-pack to optimize deployment in the field. This solution is an improvement over traditional non-destructive

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