Friday, October 30, 2009

Nondestructive testing NDT courses as per ASNT SNT-TC-1A, Bangalore,India


'Trinity Institute of NDT Technology' announces NDT Course schedules at Training center,Peenya Indl. Estate in Bangalore from 19th of November 2009.

The NDT Course is scheduled in Ultrasonic testing Level II, Magnetic Particle Testing Level II, Liquid/dye Penetrant testing Level II, Radiography testing/interpretation courses Level II as per ASNT, SNT-TC-1A.

In addition, the institute announces Welding courses / Welding inspector course / BGAS Painting inspector course in Bangalore, india tentatively from January 2010. Candiates seeking admission to the above training courses in NDT & Welding from Bangalore, Mangalore,Karnataka and Hosur and other parts of India can contact 'The course Director' at 099009 29439 or email with your details to: training 'at' trinityndt.com

For more information log on to : www.trinityndt.com and preliminary register yourself online for both the training programs.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Seminar on Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing in Design through Manufacturing, 9th-11th November 2009, Hotel Kalasagar, Pimpri, Pune

Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) system eliminates ambiguities in engineering drawings and brings out the designer’s intent very clearly. It ensures seamless communication between design, engineering, manufacturing and quality teams across the entire organization enabling them working in a concurrent engineering environment.

In the competitive industrial scenario prevailing today, proper application of GD&T system helps the companies to reduce the manufacturing and inspection costs.

This seminar will focus on understanding the system of GD&T and the methods of applying it in real time designs. The seminar sessions will be supported with case studies, examples and exercises.

Course Objectives

To impart thorough knowledge in

* ISO system of fits and tolerances

* Calculation of allowances – clearance and interference

* Preferred series of fits for industrial applications

* General tolerance levels in manufacturing processes

* Definition of GD&T features

* MMC and LMC principles

* Types of GD & T – form, orientation, location and run-out

* Form tolerances – straightness, flatness, circularity and cylindricity

* Orientation tolerances – parallelism, perpendicularity and angularity

* Location tolerances – position, concentricity and symmetry

* Run –out tolerances – circular and total run out

* Profile tolerances – profile of a line and profile of a surface Salient features of position tolerancing principle

* Concept of bonus tolerance and its implications

* Interpretation of drawings with GD & T symbols

* Exercises for applying GD & T system in real time applications

* Surface roughness and its measurement

* Representation of surface roughness in engineering drawings

Who should attend

Personnel who use GD&T to design, produce and inspect parts, managers, designers, engineers, production planners, QA engineers, inspectors, machinists, supplier quality personnel, etc

Pre-training skills required

Basic knowledge of engineering drawings and drafting practices.

Training Methodology
Class room sessions:


* Illustrations with solid models and examples

* Exercises for adopting GD & T in real life applications

* Demonstration of measurements of GD & T

* The participants are requested to bring their own drawings for discussions and clarification.

Faculty

Highly experienced faculty from IMTMA Technology Centre will conduct this seminar

Registration

Registration charges will be Rs.7000/- per participant for Large and Medium Companies (10.3% of service tax extra) and Rs.6500/- per participant for SSI Companies and IMTMA Members (10.3% of service tax extra). This includes comprehensive Course material, Lunch & Coffee/Tea. Registrations will be accepted on 'First come First' basis. Companies interested in participation are requested to return the attached 'Reply Form', along with a Demand Draft/at par payable Cheque, in favour of 'Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association', payable at Pune to the address as mentioned in the reply form. Delegate fee is non-refundable. However, change of nominations accepted.

A certificate of participation will be issued to participants.

For more details, please contact:

Mr. Nishant Singh
Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association
503,South Block, 'Sacred World ' , S.no 75/2/2,Jagtap Chowk ,
Wanorie ,Pune -411040. Tel: 91 - 20 - 40091501.
TeleFax: 91 - 20 - 26852047. Email: imtma.pune@imtma.in

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Welding Inspector courses in Bangalore, Mangalore, Hosur by Trinity NDT,Bangalore,India,


Welding Inspector & NDT Training Certification courses in Bangalore, Mangalore, Hosur by Trinity Institute of NDT Technology, Bangalore, India.

Course Content:

The duties and responsibilities of a welding inspector; fusion welding processes; typical weld defects; types of steel; carbon-manganese, low alloy and stainless steels; hardening of steels; weldability; heat treatment; parent metal defects; visual inspection; testing parent metals and welds; destructive tests; NDT techniques; welder and procedure approval; codes and standards; outline of safe working practices; practice in examination questions; continuous and end-of-course assessment.

Objectives:

* to understand factors which influence the quality of fusion welds in steels
* to recognise characteristics of commonly used welding processes in relation to quality control
* to interpret drawing instructions and symbols to ensure that specifications are met
* to set up and report on inspection of welds, macrosections and other mechanical tests
* to assess and report on welds to acceptance levels
* to confirm that incoming material meets stipulated requirements and recognise the effects on weld quality of departure from specification
* to be in a position to pass the Welding Inspector examinations

About Trinity NDT

'Trinity Institute of NDT Technology' is premier reputed training institution conducting NDT Training courses in Bangalore, India. Now 'Trinity NDT' added welding certification courses for candidates aspiring Welding careers /jobs in India and abroad. In addition, we also offer NDT inspection services, training, consulting on NDT and welding inspection at Bangalore, Mangalore, Hosur and across India with the International NDT training centers in Nigeria and PNG-Australia.

For more details about Welding inspector courses, allied welding training programs, NDT Courses at Bangalore, Mangalore, Karnataka, Hosur, Tamilnadu contact the COURSES DIRECTOR at 09900929439 or email us to : training@trinityndt.com

Thursday, October 22, 2009

NDT Level 1 Level 2 ASNT course Bangalore

Trinity Institute of NDT Technology, a premier NDT Training courses institute in Bangalore,India offers Nondestructive testing NDT courses in RT, UT, MT, PT Level 1 & Level 2. These courses includes class room training sessions, video demontration, practical to have hands on expertise over the method being qualified.

Interested candidates can contact the institute to have training course schedules along with related details. for more information contact course Director at 099009 29439 or 98441 29439

Sunday, October 18, 2009

RDCIS to develop low weight steel cylinder - Metallurgy Developments in India

RDCIS Ranchi is developing a low weight steel cylinder. The company is working on a plan to develop boron steel, which can be used by oil companies for filling up LPG. The company is going to approach the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) for revised specifications regarding use of steel in LPG Cylinders. It can be used in other items too. The weight of the existing empty cylinder is 15-16kg. but the cylinder made with boron will be much lighter and economical.

- Source 'Economic Times'

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Careers/jobs and opportunities in Nondestructive Testing NDT - Bangalore India

Nondestructive testing - NDT is a growing, high tech, exciting career field, filled with opportunities and that too are increasing day by day.

Nondestructive Evalutation or NDT is vital for constructing and maintaining all types of components and structures. To detect different defects such as cracking and corrosion, there are different methods of testing available, such as X-ray (where cracks show up on the film) and ultrasonic testing/Ultrasonic Flaw Detection called as UT, Magnetic Particle testing called as MPT or MPI, Liquid/dye penetrant testing called as DPT/DPI.

This article is aimed mainly at industrial NDT, but many of the methods described here can be used to test the human body. In fact methods from the medical field have often been adapted for industrial use, as was the case with Phased array ultrasonics and Computed radiography.

CAREERS IN NDT :

*Pressure vessel manufacturing

* Aircraft and Aerospace

*Power generation and utilities

*Chemical and Petrochemical

*Bridge and Building fabrication / erection

*Independent testing laboratories

*Electronics and Microelectronics

*Defense and Military

*General manufacturing companies

*Historical renovation

*Infrastructure construction and maintenance

* In-service inspection (NDT) of all engineering components

Opportunities are wide because of quality consciousness among customers for better products.

Ultrasonic testing level I 1 Level 2 II course India

This Ultrasonic testing course is one in a series of short term, high impact courses that concentrate on the needs of those who have the responsibility to recognize good versus poor performance produced by those that perform Nondestructive Testing (NDT). Since the various methods used in NDT are not typically within the core competency of many who manage the process, these courses provide immediate insight and instruction to analyse the results in a more efficient manner. Our training course on ultrasonic testing, after successful examination as per SNT-TC- 1A leads to Level I and Level II.

All the NDT Courses can be tailor made according to the requirement of the customers.Depending on availability of candidates for the training course,the course are being conducted at Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, vizag and many cities across India.for more details visit the website: www.trinityndt.com

Nondestructive testing NDT services,Bangalore,india

Getting quality testing services is a complicated exercise. Test results many times depends on the Integrity of the testing personnel and the organization performing the functions. Getting / assigning any quality control test is now a days very easy. But assuring the results reliability is still a question in the customers.This may be a chemical analysis test, metallurgical tests, mechanical tests or even nondestructive tests (NDT)/ inspection.

Particularly in NDT,for many NDT Inspection tests like ultrasonic testing (flaw detection / thickness gauging), Magnetic particle inspection, Liquid penetrant testing, Dye penetrant testing (DPT) permanent records are not reliable and maynot be correlated with the part tested. Here testing personnel proficiency and integrity plays vital role in taking critical decisions.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Phased Array Advanced Ultrasonic Flaw Detection - Advantages of Phased array Technique


1) With phased array Ultrasonic testing you have an image to interpret rather than an A-scan.
2) Phased array Ultrasonic testing interrogates the part under inspection with a multitude of inspection angles. With single element you have a fixed refracted angle in the part and whatever beam divergence you have relative to the acoustic element characteristics.
3) Phased array Ultrasonic testing provides the ability to electronically steer, scan, and focus the ultrasonic beam. Since this possible, many inspections become easier and less time consuming (i.e. scan time reduction).
4) Phased array Ultrasonic testing provides the ability to cover more area with the detectability of a probe with smaller elements. Consider the reduced sensitivity to small defects you see when using large single element or paintbrush probes. Phased array elements are typically very small in comparison and therefore increased sensitivity for detecting small defects.

Bottom line, phased array Ultrasonic testing is still ultrasonics with all of the limitations associated with single element inspections but phased array is more versatile. Because phased array presents inspection data with an image the probability of detecting an anomaly is improved while manually scanning materials at a quicker rate. Although these are not all of the advantages, they do represent a few of the major advantages of switching to phased array inspection.

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