Eddy Current Testing (ET) - Level II
This course is designed to meet the industrial qualification requirements for Eddy Current Examination. This examination is used to locate surface and subsurface discontinuities in conductive materials. The method is also capable of detecting changes in size, dimension, or conductivity of the test part. This method is used to locate discontinuities including inherent, processing, and service discontinuities. The training covers basic theory, test principles, products, equipment operation and standardization, safety operating procedures, applicable techniques, applicable specifications, codes and written instructions used by the employer an interpretation of indications. This course satisfies the training hours needed for Level II certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A , CP-189 and NAS-410.
Course Duration: 40 Total Hours
Prerequisite: Eddy Current Examination Level I
1. PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS
Generation of Eddy Currents
Phase / Amplitude Relationships
Current / Time Relationships
3. TEST COIL ARRANGEMENTS
4. TEST COIL DESIGN
5. EFFECTS OF TEST OBJECT ON PROBE
Signal to Noise Ratio
6. SELECTION OF TEST PARAMETERS
7. INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS
8. READ-OUT MECHANISMS
Measurement of Material Properties
10. CODES / SPECIFICATIONS / PROCEDURES
13. TRAINING REFERENCES
Nondestructive Testing Handbook
Basic Principles and Techniques of Eddy Current Testing, Nondestructive Testing, Vol. XIV
Fundamentals of Eddy Current Testing, D. J. Hagemaier
Eddy Current Testing Programmed Instruction Handbook, Vol. 2
Class size is limited. This allows for maximum utilization of course time,
hands on instruction, and equipment.
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