Advances in Non-Destructive Testing Methods, 2nd Volume
The Topic Editors are inviting submissions to a Topic on the subject of “Advances in Non-Destructive Testing Methods”, which is a continuation of the previous successful Topic.
Non-destructive testing is a group of surface and volumetric diagnostic tests, which provide information about the functional properties of the tested object. They allow for the determination of the condition of micro- and macrostructures without any interference in the structure. This basic feature means that the main purpose of non-destructive testing is the detection of material defects and evaluation of tested objects for discontinuity and lack of uniformity. Thanks to NDT, it is possible, e.g., to detect corrosion and erosion defects or cracks.
Non-destructive testing can be carried out at various stages of production, operation, or repair. They are used, respectively, to perform quality control of production and to determine the technical condition of the object. All this means that non-destructive testing finds a wide range of applications in various branches of industry.
The purpose of this Topic is to present both the development of various non-destructive testing methods, as well as examples of applications of this group of tests in various branches of industry. The editors do not limit the scope of the subject to strictly defined methods; the idea is to present the widest possible spectrum of tests and methods used, including visual, penetration, endoscopic, magnetic-powder, eddy current, ultrasonic, radiographic, leakage, acoustic emission, infrared thermographic or strain gauge tests. We invite all scientists and researchers to contribute to this Topic.
Prof. Dr. Grzegorz Peruń
Dr. Tangbin Xia
- non-destructive testing
- visual tests
- eddy current testing
- fault diagnosis
- intelligent prediction
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