Course outlines

New Engineering Vision School

The training courses consist of several modules that cover each aspect of the NDT method. Training includes lectures, practical and exams .The training is conducted in a class room as per SNT-TC-1A. We focus on practical part which we believe that is very important for NDT trainees, we spend enough time on practical training for UT, MT and PT methods.

Training covers the following aspects:

GENERAL : Theory, Techniques, Applications
SPECIFIC : Procedures, Codes and Standards
PRACTICAL : Instrumentation, Calibrations, Evaluation, Flawed Specimens


Magnetic Particle Testing

Level I and Level II Training and Certification are conducted as per Recommended Practice SNT - TC-1A 2011.

Level I & II course outline

Theoretical part:

  • Theory of Magnetism
  • Methods of Magnetization
  • Inspection Mediums
  • Inspection Techniques
  • Selection of technique
  • Indication Classification
  • Test Equipment and Accessories.
  • Demagnetization
  • Types of Discontinuities
  • Codes, standards and Procedures.
  • Acceptance Standards

Manufacturing Process and Discontinuities

  • Interpretation of Indications
  • Preservation of Indication

PRACTICAL TRAINING

  • MT Yoke: Dry Visible, Wet Visible, Wet Fluorescent
  • Central Conductor
  • Coil Shot - Longitudinal
  • Training on Weld flaw samples

EXAMINATIONS

  • General
  • Specific
  • Practical

Candidates must score a minimum of 70 % in each individual test and a minimum average of 80% in all three tests.


Liquid Penetrant Testing

Training & Certification Course in NDT

Level I and Level II Training and Certification are conducted as per Recommended Practice SNT - TC-1A 2011.

The Penetrant Method is used to detect discontinuities which are open to the surface of the material being examined.

Level I & II course outline

  • Introduction

Basics of penetrant testing

Basic steps of penetrant testing for the four techniques.

Pre-Cleaning and post-cleaning methods

  • Types and application of developers.

Inspection procedures and interpretation .

  • Codes and standards

PRACTICAL TRAINING

Test on Flawed Samples

Visible

  • Solvent Removable

Fluorescent

  • Water Washable
  • Solvent Removable

EXAMINATIONS

  • General
  • Specific
  • Practical

Tests Candidates must score a minimum of 70 % in each test and a minimum of 80% average for all the three tests.


Ultrasonic Testing

Training & Certification Course in NDT

Level I and Level II Training and Certification as per Recommended Practice SNT - TC-1A 2011 edition.

Level I course outline

Wave modes and Properties of Sound waves.

Ultrasonic transducers and Generation of Ultrasonic waves.

Interaction of ultrasound with matter and boundaries.

  • Test Methods.
  • Test Equipment.
  • Thickness measurement

Sound attenuation and decibels. .

  • Acoustic impedance

Refraction and reflection.

Flaw detection using straight beam probe.

UT Level 1 Practical Training:

Calibration of thickness gage and thickness measurement.

Complete calibration of ultrasonic flaw detection equipment for straight beam probes,

  • Discontinuity Detection- Normal beam probe

EXAMINATIONS

  • General
  • Specific
  • Practical

Tests Candidates must score a minimum of 70 % in each test and a minimum of 80% average for all the three tests.

Level II course outline

  • Review of Level I Course
  • UT test techniques

- Contact (Pulse echo, tandem technique, Through transmission technique) and

- Immersion technique.

  • Calibration Blocks.
  • Angle beam inspections

Principles of DAC Methods.

Codes, standards and Procedures.

  • Acceptance Standards

Manufacturing Process and Discontinuities.

UT Level 2 Practical Training

- Angle beam testing using welded flawed specimens.

EXAMINATIONS

  • General
  • Specific
  • Practical

Tests Candidates must score a minimum of 70 % in each test and a minimum of 80% average for all the three tests.