Baker Training Services - Rockland MA
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Phased Array Display
Course Number:
102-PA40-WK1
Title:
Phased Array I - Week 1 of 2
Duration:
5 day course, 40 hours total
Dates:
On demand - Contact us to scheduled
Cost:
$1,500

Prerequisites:
UT Level II
Format:
Classroom PP with live Phased Array technology demonstrations
Class Size:
4 to 8 students per class
Audience:
UT Shear Wave Technicians

Phased Array I Course Details

  • Course Description
  • Course Outline

Week 1 for UT Shear Wave Technicians

This course covers advanced ultrasonic concepts that are outlined in ASNT CP105, which are critical for understanding and performing code compliant Phased Array inspections.

Learn how to:

  • Generate and Receive ultrasonic waves in “phased” groups
  • Create a Single Group for Manual inspection and Multiple Groups for Automated inspection
  • Focus Beams for optimal calibration and resolution using appropriate Focal Laws

Students who complete the course will benefit by having an understanding of the theory, concepts, and capabilities of phased array technology. This formal course is the first step toward receiving ASNT certification using the UT Phased Array method.

Day 1

  • Terminology, History, Responsibility Levels of Certification
  • Theory of Wave Generation, Phased Array Concepts

Day 2

  • PA Probes, PA Wedges, and Scanners
  • Portable and PC based Phased Array Systems

Day 3

  • PA Test Techniques, Linear imaging, Sectorial imaging
  • PA Calibrations, Sensitivity, Wedge delay, Time Corrected Gain

Day 4

  • Probe Exit Point Verification, Beam Steering, Acquisition Gates
  • Scan Plans, Data Collection, Single Probe, Multiple Probes, Encoded data

Day 5

  • Data Evaluation, Flaw Characterization, and Flaw Sizing
  • Reporting

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