CEC virtual Tour --
Computer Radiograpy and Digital Radiograpy Technology in Industry
Chattanooga State and DURR-NDT will conduct an On-line presentation on the advances in industrial radiography from the development of computer Radiograpy and Digital Radiograpy. The impact of computers in nondestructive testing has been as revolutionary as in all other industries.
From its inception radiography images were made on film then manually developed in a chemical process that progressed to semi-automatic. Now we have the advantage of Computer and digital radiography that has revolutionized the capability of this nondestructive testing method and the ease of communicating images among interested parties. Additionally, storage issues associated with film are eliminated as these images are stored digitally as any other computer files.
Register for this event on Zoom here.
Richard Woodward, Sales Manager North America at DURR NDT, a German company that manufactures computed and digital radiography equipment. Richard has several years experience in the Non-Destructive Testing industry. Richard most recently worked for ITW/Magnaflux and has experience with aerospace and automotive industries as well as oil and gas customers. Richard has an MBA from Kennesaw State University.
Al Curtis, Instructor, Materials Joining & Testing at Chatt. State. Al has over four decades of engineering experience in several disciplines. Al's experience with Radiogaphic Testing goes back to the earliest days of his career after receiving a BS, Welding Engineering from LeTourneau University.
Members may receive one PDH credit through email by request following the meeting.