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The railway system is a unique combination of geometry, balance, and engineering, where even the slightest discrepancy could be catastrophic.
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Aircraft propellers are designed to work in some of the most pressure-filled environments. The engineering required to ensure safe travel
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ndt in additive manufacturing of metals
"Uncontrolled variation is the enemy of quality." That quote, coined by renowned quality management expert Dr. W. Edwards Deming, can
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Phased array ultrasonic testing (PAUT) is an excellent method for inspecting a wide range of components. It's more in-depth than
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helicopter rotor blade inspection
The design and inspection of helicopters—whether military, commercial, or civilian—are subject to strict regulations. This makes sense: helicopters are a
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total focusing method
Being able to detect a flaw when it's still tiny can save companies thousands—or even millions—of dollars worth of repairs.
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wheel rail interface testing
When the public watches a train go by, they tend to watch the cars. But people in the industry know
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rail flaw detection
The rail industry is always looking for better, faster, safer, and more efficient means of rail flaw detection. And more
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dead zone ultrasonic testing
Nondestructive testing of austenitic steels can prove challenging because of dead zones. These coarse metals create issues with standard ultrasonic
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The processing, storage, and transportation of oil and gas is an industry segment fraught with risks. A small leak can
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