Acoustic emission testing is a condition monitoring technique used to detect sub-surface anomalies. This procedure is based on the principal that any propagating damage emits a unique sound signature. If this signal is captured and processed, it gives useful information about the presence of damage. The only limitation to this method is that the test structure should be under load while performing the test.
- Sound Theory
- Leak Theory
- Procedures and Techniques for Leak Detection
- Electrical Theory, Inspection, and Analysis
- Valve and Steam Trap Theory and Test Procedures
- Mechanical Theory and Inspection Procedures
Upon completion of this course the participants would have complete understanding of the Maintenance problems in process industry that can be easily rectified by Ultrasound acoustic emission testing (AET). They would be able to apply this technique on any critical plant asset. Participants would also be able to distinguish AET over other Condition monitoring techniques keeping in mind economic factor as well.
This course is designed for Mechanical, Electrical and Industrial engineers working in plant condition monitoring divisions. It is equally beneficial for maintenance technicians.