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Regular version of the site

Book

Progress in Material Science and Engineering

Vol. 351. Springer Publishing Company, 2021.
Editor-in-chief: J. Kacprzyk.
Under the general editorship: I. V. Minin.

Non-destructive testing technology methods are usually used for detection, location
 and sizing of both surface and internal defects of different nature. The School of
 Non-Destructive Testing of the Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia, is promoting
 scientific research and industrial applications of non-destructive testing technology,
 which includes microwave, acoustical (ultrasonic), infrared, magnetic, vibration,
 radiography, visual and other testing and related methods, for safety of operation of
 medical and industrial processes.
 Today, there is a need for educational materials that will help in the formation
 and continuous training of their specialists in non-destructive testing. This tutorial
 can be used as a complementary technical document to enhance the skills of NDT
 professionals and as a basic resource to educate managers and decision makers in
 the industry about the future of NDT.
 The current timely book presents recent advantages and perspective directions in
 scientific investigations and industrial applications of non-destructive testing in
 different areas including medicine, quality assurance, sensors and engineering
 systems: ultrasionic tomography, infrared inspection and spectral analysis, surface
 material control, diagnostics of metal nanopowders, biomedical engineering.
 NDT takes centre stage in our technological world, books that highlight what is
 possible are both welcome and instructive. I am delighted to see this comprehensive
 book take shape and promote the field to the next generation of researchers looking
AQ1 for new avenues to explore.





















Progress in Material Science and Engineering