nondestructive test


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nondestructive test

A test of a material, component, or assembly which does not damage the item being tested; usually carried out with ultrasonics or x-rays.
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These are only a few of the many nondestructive tests being utilized today.
Table 1: World Nondestructive Test Equipment Market (2008): Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales by End-Use Sector - Automotive, Military/Aerospace & Defense, Power Generation, Primary Metals and Foundry, Oil & Gas, and Other Markets (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-7 NDT Equipment by Product Category II-8 Ultrasonic Inspection II-8 Pricing & Distribution II-8 CompetitionII-9
Table 17: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nondestructive Test Equipment by Geographic Region/ Country - US, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)II-92
Table 18: World Historic Review for Nondestructive Test Equipment by Geographic Region/Country - US, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including Japan), and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2001 through 2005 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-93
This has opened up plethora of opportunities for Nondestructive Test (NDT) equipment manufacturers and the various techniques such as ultrasonics, surface inspection, eddy current, etc have gained importance and significance.
This Frost & Sullivan research service entitled World Nondestructive Test Equipment Market provides a holistic view of the NDT industry along with the revenue forecasts for the various NDT techniques, latest technological developments, and market trends in the industry.
com), World Nondestructive Test Equipment Markets, reveals that revenues in this market totaled $724.
World Nondestructive Test Equipment Markets, a part of the Mechanical Test Equipment Market Subscription, analyzes the competitive landscape for NDT equipment manufacturers and provides strategies to develop and maintain market share.
Uncertainty about performance, the lack of meaningful nondestructive tests and variable casting quality lead equipment designers to cautious component designs when using steel castings.
The use of process modeling combined with meaningful nondestructive tests must be integrated into performance design using computer analysis to reduce weight and increase performance and reliability.
In this final installment of our 12-part series on the Metalcasting Process, a variety of destructive and nondestructive tests that are commonly used by foundries are discussed.
For many years, the most common nondestructive tests included liquid penetrant, magnetic particle, x-ray radiography, ultrasonic, eddy current testing and the old standby, hardness testing.

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