This Introduction to Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) course was developed by Roane State Community College and the Center for Advanced Automotive Testing (CAAT). This course is a synopsis of non-destructive and destructive evaluation methods for evaluation of welds. Students are introduced to principles of NDT methods, fundamentals, applications, limitations, standards, and specifications. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to list and define different defects that occur in welding shown through Non-Destructive Examination/Destructive Testing, identify the types of equipment used for each Non-Destructive and Destructive Examination, explain the purpose of the equipment, application, and standard techniques required to perform major non-destructive and destructive examinations of welds, go to specific Code, Standard, or Specification related to each testing method, and have the knowledge and essential skills to identify strengths and weaknesses in materials used in fabrication.
Course materials include a 6-page syllabus, 13-PowerPoint lectures, and an equipment list for laboratory activities. The syllabus includes a short course description, 5-learning outcomes and 58-detailed learning objectives, a course topics and roadmap, and other related information.
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NDTE 1010, Introduction to Non-Destructive Testing and QA_QC (19 files, 76.1 MB)
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