Advancements in the Hardness Testing of Welds
by R. Bearhalter
The latest developments in the four major types of hardness testing instruments are highlighted
Remote Visual Inspection Basics
by G. Reig
The types of remote visual inspection instruments and the welding applications they are most suitable for are explained
Considerations when Selecting an NDE Method
Knowing the advantages, limitations, and other essential elements of eight nondestructive examination methods may help you select the right one for your application
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INSPECTION TRENDS — January 2010 — Winter · Volume 13 · Number 1