Handbook of Nondestructive Evaluation by Chuck Hellier

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Perform Accurate, Cost-Effective Product Testing



Nondestructive testing has become the leading product testing standard, and Handbook of Non-Destructive Evaluations by Chuck Hellier is the unparalleled one-stop, A-to-Z guide to this subject. Covering the background, benefits, limitations, and applications of each, this decision-simplifying resource looks at both the major and emerging nondestructive evaluation methods, including: visual testing…penetrant testing…magnetic particle testing…radiographic testing…Ultrasonic testing… eddy current testing…thermal infrared testing…and acoustic emission testing. In clear, understandable terms, the Handbook shows you how to interpret results and formulate the right decisions based on them, making it a welcome resource for engineers, metallurgists, quality control specialists, and anyone else involved in product design, manufacture, or maintenance. The Handbook is also the ideal prep tool if you’re seeking certification in AWS/CSWIP, ASNT Level III, ACCP, and IRRSP programs. If you’re looking for a one-stop answer to all your nondestructive testing questions, your search ends here.

 

About Chuck Hellier

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Charles J. Hellier founded and was former President of Hellier Technical Training and Consulting. After the acquisition of his Company 1998, he remained as President then General Manager until his retirement in 2003. He continued as consultant with the company until retiring again in 2011. He has been active in the Technology of Nondestructive Testing and related Quality and Inspection fields since 1957, and is currently a principal of The Summit Group, LLC a company providing management and technical seminars and consulting services.
 
Published March 14, 2001 by McGraw-Hill Professional. 603 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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