IT January 2004

 INSPECTION TRENDS — January 2004 — Winter · Volume 7 · Number 1

Nebraska College Offers Intense NDE Program
by M. R. Johnsen
Students studying nondestructive examination at a Nebraska college benefit from the many lab and classroom hours dedicated to each test method  

Inspecting Welds with Liquid Penetrants
by R. Siegel
The dos and don'ts of liquid penetrant inspection are outlined

Steel's Workhorse: The Basic Oxygen Furnace
by R. R. Shepard
Inspectors will benefit from an understanding of the inherent discontinuities produced when making steel with this method

Is That Welder Qualified?
by S. T. Snyder
Differences in the welding-related codes and standards can make administering welder performance qualification tests a confusing assignment

Solving UT Weld Inspection System Problems
by G. E. Smith and U. Aschemeier
A close look at your equipment and testing procedures can go a long way toward solving UT inspection problems

Columns & Departments

Editor's Note

News Bulletins

The Answer Is

Mark Your Calendar

Exam Bank

Print and Product Showcase

Advertiser Index

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