Radiographic Testing

Radiographic TestingRadiography is a method of non-destructive testing where many types of manufactured components can be examined to verify the internal structure and integrity of the specimen. Industrial Radiography can be performed utilizing either X-rays or gamma rays. Both are forms of electromagnetic radiation. The difference between various forms of electromagnetic energy is related to the wavelength. X and gamma rays have the shortest wavelength and this property leads to the ability to penetrate, travel through, and exit various materials such as carbon steel and other metals. Applications vary in complexity from very small, hand-held manual units to very large, sophisticated automated systems. This method is used to inspect a variety of product forms including castings, forgings, and weldments. The structural steel, automotive, petrochemical, power generation, and aerospace industries are a few examples that utilize Radiographic inspection.

 

Contents RT Level – 1

  1. The theory and principles of radiation and their application to radiography
  2. Handling and processing radiographic film, radiography techniques,
  3. Image quality,
  4. Basic radiographic interpretation
  5. The safe use of RT equipment.
  6. Both X-Ray and Gamma Ray sources analysing along with technique development guidance and advanced radiation safety.

 

Contents RT Level – 2

  1. Basic principles of X and Gamma Radiography
  2. Selection of films screens
  3. Density and contrast Radiation quality
  4. Measurement of sensitivity
  5. Choice of exposure techniques
  6. The radiographic workroom and viewing conditions
  7. Evaluation of radiographic images
  8. Sentencing of radiographs against applicable codes and standards
  9. Report writing
  10. Weld Inspection

Contents RT Level – 2

  1. Properties of X-ray and Gamma rays
  2. Atomic structures
  3. Generation of X-rays
  4. Natural and artificial gamma radiation sources
  5. Gamma ray equipment
  6. Radiographic film
  7. Intensifying screens, exposure charts, calculations
  8. Techniques for weld and/or casting radiography
  9. Darkroom procedures
  10. Radiographic quality
  11. Interpretation of radiographs
  12. Specifications and procedures
  13. Computed and digital radiographic techniques and systems
  14. Preparation of a procedure

Contents RT Level – 3

 

  1. Properties of X-ray and Gamma rays
  2. Atomic structures
  3. Generation of X-rays
  4. Natural and artificial gamma radiation sources
  5. Gamma ray equipment
  6. Radiographic film
  7. Intensifying screens, exposure charts, calculations
  8. Techniques for weld and/or casting radiography
  9. Darkroom procedures
  10. Radiographic quality
  11. Interpretation of radiographs
  12. Specifications and procedures
  13. Computed and digital radiographic techniques and systems
  14. Preparation of a procedure
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