Computerized Ultrasonic Test Inspection Enhancement System for Aircraft Components

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1986
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Parent, Ronald
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Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation
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Current ultrasonic inspection of aircraft components often employs standard immersion test techniques and equipment. This includes the use of an immersion test tank, C-scan recorder, flaw detector and bridge system. As a direct result of the increasing needs on the system, a program was initiated to increase the inspection rates and the quality of the inspection.

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