State of Art NDE in Quantitative Inspection Caustin, Edward 2018-02-16T04:51:42.000 2020-06-30T06:25:46Z 2020-06-30T06:25:46Z 1974
dc.description.abstract <p>Before I get started into the main point of the discussion, the "State of the Art NDE in Quantitative Inspection,'' I would like to define what NDT, NDI, and NDE mean to me.</p> <p>"NDT," nondestructive testing, is basically the use of various and sundry means for the detection of defects within structures or components with out doing damage.</p> <p>"NDI," nondestructive inspection, is the use of selected NOT techniques to inspect assembled aircraft in the field.</p> <p>Several years ago we began to read in the ASNT magazine about "NDE," nondestructive evaluation. I had the feeling that a group of people were trying for more professionalism and looking for a better sounding name. I would like to define nondestructive evaluation in a way to make it more meaningful and a challenge to you; and that is "NDE" is the use of equipment that detects and quantifies defects within a part or structure and provides the acceptability evaluation.</p>
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