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Ultrasonic Testing UT,Sub surface detection, This detection method uses high frequency sound waves. typically above 2MHz to pass through a material, A probe is used which contains a piezo electric crystal to. transmit and receive ultrasonic pulses and display the signals. on a cathode ray tube or digital display, The actual display relates to the time taken for the ultrasonic. pulses to travel the distance to the interface and back. An interface could be the back of a plate material or a defect. For ultrasound to enter a material a couplant must be. introduced between the probe and specimen,Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005. M F GHANAMEH 2,Advantage of Ultrasonic Testing, Sensitive to both surface subsurface and internal discontinuities.
or even planar discontinuities, Depth of penetration for flaw detection or measurement is. superior to other methods, Only single sided access is needed when pulse echo technique is. High accuracy in determining reflector position and estimating. size and shape,Minimal part preparation required,Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005. M F GHANAMEH 3,Advantage of Ultrasonic Testing, Electronic equipment provides instantaneous results Rapid. Detailed images can be produced with automated systems. Has other uses such as thickness measurements in addition to. flaw detection,May be battery powered and so it s Portable.
Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005,M F GHANAMEH 4,Limitations of Ultrasonic Testing. Surface must be accessible to transmit ultrasound, Skill and training is more extensive than with some other methods. Normally requires a coupling medium to promote transfer of sound. energy into test specimen, Materials that are rough irregular in shape very small. exceptionally thin or not homogeneous are difficult to inspect. Cast iron and other coarse grained materials are difficult to inspect. due to low sound transmission and high signal noise. Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005,M F GHANAMEH 5,Limitations of Ultrasonic Testing. Linear defects oriented parallel to the sound beam may go. undetected,Difficulty on detecting volumetric defect.
Reference standards are required for both equipment calibration. and characterization of flaws,No permanent record,Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005. M F GHANAMEH 6,Principles of Ultrasonic Inspection. Ultrasonic waves are introduced into a material where they. travel in a straight line and at a constant speed until they. encounter a surface, At surface interfaces some of the wave energy is reflected and. some is transmitted, The amount of reflected or transmitted energy can be detected. and provides information about the size of the reflector. The travel time of the sound can be measured and this provides. information on the distance that the sound has traveled. Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005,M F GHANAMEH 7,Basic Principles of Sound.
Ultrasonic waves are very similar to light waves in that they can. be reflected refracted and focused, Reflection and refraction occurs when sound waves interact. with interfaces of differing acoustic properties, In solid materials the vibrational energy can be split into. different wave modes when the wave encounters an interface at. an angle other than 90 degrees, Ultrasonic reflections from the presence of discontinuities or. geometric features enables detection and location, The velocity of sound in a given material is constant and can. only be altered by a change in the mode of energy,Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005.
M F GHANAMEH 8,Basic Principles of Sound, Sound is produced by a vibrating body and travels in the form of a. Sound waves travel through materials by vibrating the particles that. make up the material,gas liquid solid,low density medium density high density. weak bonding forces medium bonding forces strong bonding forces. crystallographic structure,Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005. M F GHANAMEH 9,Basic Principles of Sound,Examples of oscillation. Ball on a spring Pendulum Rotating earth,Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005.
M F GHANAMEH 10,Basic Principles of Sound,Oscillation. Oscillation, The ball starts to oscillate as soon as it is pushed. Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005,M F GHANAMEH 11,Basic Principles of Sound. Movement of the ball over time,Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005. M F GHANAMEH 12,Basic Principles of Sound, The pitch of the sound is determined by the frequency of the.
wave vibrations or cycles completed in a certain period of time. 0 90 180 270 360,Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005. M F GHANAMEH 13,Basic Principles of Sound,From the duration of one. oscillation T the frequency f,number of oscillations per. second is calculated,The actual displacement a is,termed as sin. The measurement of sound,waves from crest to crest.
determines its wavelength Phase,0 90 180 270 360,Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005. M F GHANAMEH 14,Basic Principles of Sound,The time is takes a sound. wave to travel a distance of,one complete wavelength is. the same amount of time it,takes the source to execute one. complete vibration,The sound wavelength is,inversely proportional to its.
frequency 1 f,0 90 180 270 360,Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005. Non Destructive Evaluation NDE Ultrasonic Testing Non Destructive Evaluation AE5005 M F GHANAMEH 2018 2019 2 Sub surface detection This detection method uses high frequency sound waves typically above 2MHz to pass through a material A probe is used which contains a piezo electric crystal to transmit and receive ultrasonic pulses and display the signals on a cathode ray tube or digital

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