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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com), Emerging Growth Markets for Nondestructive Test (NDT) Inspection Services , finds that the market earned revenue of $367.
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
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.
To order this report: Machine_Tool_and_Equipment Industry : Global Nondestructive Test Equipment Industry
Executive Summary --The global nondestructive test equipment (NDT) market is highly mature and generated revenues of $ million in 2011, at a growth rate of percent over the previous year.
To order this report: Machine_Tool_and_Equipment Industry : Analysis of the Global Nondestructive Test Equipment Market
A wave of consolidation is sweeping over the nondestructive test (NDT) equipment industry, bringing in its wake both benefits and challenges.
THE King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) and Saudi Aramco have inked a deal to establish a sophisticated centre for conducting nondestructive tests in the oil sector.
McIntosh says computerized axial tomography, also known as CAT scanning, or other nondestructive tests might reveal whether intact fossils are solid bone.
This industry includes companies that primarily perform nondestructive tests and inspections on industrial assets.
Uncertainty about performance, the lack of meaningful nondestructive tests and variable casting quality lead equipment designers to cautious component designs when using steel castings.

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