Learn how radiography is similar to x-ray vision.
- [Instructor] Radiography, often referred to as X-ray,…is a very useful NDI method…because it essentially allows a view…into the interior of the part.…This inspection method is accomplished by passing…X-rays through the part or assembly being tested…while recording the absorption of the X-rays onto a film…sensitive to the X-rays.…The exposed film, when developed, allows the inspector…to analyze variations in the opacity of the exposure…recorded onto the film,…in effect, creating a visualization of the relationship…of the component's internal detail.…
Internal anomalies such as delaminations on corners,…core damage, crushed or blown,…water damage, voids.…Oftentimes these will happen with foam adhesive joints.…Adhesive joints and configuration issues can be detected.…Radiography is not the preferred method for plane defects…like delaminations.…
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- Where composites are used
- Composite materials
- Composite manufacturing methods
- Inspection methods
- Repairing composites
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