Synthetic Defects for VibrothermographyAerospace Engineering Conference Papers, Presentations and Posters
Document TypeConference Proceeding
ConferenceReview of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation
AbstractSynthetic defects are an important tool used for characterizing the performance of nondestructive evaluation techniques. Viscous material‐filled synthetic defects were developed for use in vibrothermography (also known as sonic IR) as a tool to improve inspection accuracy and reliability. This paper describes how the heat‐generation response of these VMF synthetic defects is similar to the response of real defects. It also shows how VMF defects can be applied to improve inspection accuracy for complex industrial parts and presents a study of their application in an aircraft engine stator vane.
Copyright OwnerAmerican Institute of Physics
Citation InformationJeremy Blake Renshaw, Stephen D. Holland, R. Bruce Thompson and David J. Eisenmann. "Synthetic Defects for Vibrothermography" Kingston, RI(2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rbruce_thompson/5/