Magnetic Particle Testing Level 2

Why attend this course:

This course provides detailed theoretical and practical information on thermographic techniques. Candidates will use their own equipment to inspect electrical, mechanical or civil items for predictive maintenance applications or for specific NDT applications. Courses can be run at our training centres or on-site at client’s facilities.

NDT Course Curricullum:

Intermediate Thermal/lnfrared Physics

  • 1.0 Basic Calculations in the Three Modes of Heat Transfer
    • 1.1 Conduction
    • 1.2 Convection
    • 1.3 Radiation
  • 2.0 The Infrared Spectrum (Planck’s law/curves)
  • 3.0 Radiosity Problems
    • 3.1 Blackbodies – theory and concepts
    • 3.2 Emissivity problems
    • 3.3 Calculation of emissivity, reflectivity, and transmissivity (practical use of Kirchoff’s law)
    • 3.4 Reflectivity problem(Quantifying effects of unavoidable reflections, Theoretical corrections)
    • 3.5 Transmissivity problem
  • 4.0 Resolution Tests and Calculations
    Intermediate Thermal/ lnfrared Operation
  • 5.0 Operating for Infrared Measurements (quantification)
  • 6.0 Operating for High-Speed Data Collection
  • 7.0 Operating Special Equipment for “Active” Techniques
  • 8.0 Reports and Documentation
  • 9.0 Intermediate Thermal/lnfrared Applications
    • 9.1 Temperature Measurement Applications
    • 9.2 Energy Loss Analysis Applications(Conduction losses through envelopes, Mass-transfer heat exchange (air or other flows into or out of the system))
    • 9.3 “Active” Applications(Insulation flaws, De-Lamination of composites, Bond quality of coatings, Location of high heat-capacity components)
    • 9.4 Filtered Applications(Sunlight, Furnace interiors, Semi-transparent targets)
    • 9.5 Transient Applications(Imaging a rapidly moving process, Imaging from a vehicle)
  • 10. Codes/ Standards/ Specification for Infrared/ Thermal