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Training guidelines in non-destructive testing techniques 2002 Edition

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Non-destructive testing (NDT) is a dynamic technology and progresses with time. Since the issuance of IAEA-TECDOC-628 in 1991, the technology has experienced numerous changes. Advancements in knowledge about the behaviour of materials have led to changes in the applicable NDT codes, standards and specifications. In addition, over the last ten years, as a result of extensive research and development activities worldwide, new NDT techniques and equipment have been developed which are accepted by engineering community. To accommodate the latest developments, modifications are required to training materials. The present publication is an updated version of IAEA-TECDOC-628. The modifications were made during an Advisory Group Meeting, held in Vienna from 25-29 June 2001. The content of the first edition of IAEA-TECDOC-628 has been revised based on the experience of the experts, as well as comments of the end-user industries. The time allotment for different topics has been changed without changing the total duration. The details of the topics on each subject have been expanded to include the latest developments in the individual fields. The incorporated changes will help end-the user industries to update their NDT qualification and certification schemes, and course material.

I. Radiographic testing
II. Ultrasonic testing
III. Magnetic particle testing
IV. Liquid penetrant testing
V. Eddy current testing
VI. Leak testing
VII. Visual testing
Appendix A: Acoustic emission testing
Appendix B: Neutron radiographic testing
Appendix C: Thermal/infrared testing
Appendix D: Vibration analysis
Contributors to drafting and review

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