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X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) - Advanced Scan Operator / Intermediate Data Analyst - October 28 - Nov. 1,2019 Cincinnati, Ohio

Mon, Oct 28 (08:00 AM) »
Fri, Nov 01 (05:00 PM) Eastern Time
 

Upon completion of this 40 hour course with hands-on practical application, participants will meet Level III Scan Operator requirements as outlined by the Metals Affordability Initiative (MAI) guidance for affordable CT usage, and will be prepared to: 

  • Apply safety regulations for operation of ionizing radiation equipment.
  • Demonstrate the proper set-up and reconstruction of a CT scan.
  • Select CT scan parameters to optimize image quality for specific applications.
  • Perform corrective actions for image quality issues and artifacts, including Feldkamp artifacts, insufficient images, and beam hardening.
  • Perform calibrations for metrology measurements.
  • Perform system quality checks to comply with industrial standards.
  • Understand analysis software and advanced analysis possibilities for CT measurements.
  • Identify CT applications for castings, turbine blades, automotive parts, composites, additive manufacturing, electronics, advanced materials, biological and geophysical specimens, and paleontology. 

Contact Inspection.Academy@ge.com for more information.

Digital Detector Array (DDA/DR) Testing, Level II (ANSI/ASNT CP-105 & NAS 410) - Oct 28 - Nov 1, 2019 Pasadena, TX

Mon, Oct 28 (08:00 AM) »
Fri, Nov 01 (05:00 PM) Eastern Time
 

This 5-day (40-hour) course, which meets CP-105, SNT-TC-1A, and NAS 410 requirements, is designed to provide each student with the technical information required to properly operate and optimize various Direct Digital Array (DDA) or Direct Radiography (DR) technologies in a production NDT environment.  Students will utilize GE's Rhythm software on provided laptop computers throughout the course.  Daily tests and a final examination will be administered to ensure each student’s comprehension of the course material.

Topics Include:

  • Radiation Safety
  • General discussion of Computed Radiography
  • Overview of profile techniques for Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)
  • Digital Detector Arrays (DDAs)
  • DDA Calibration
  • Digital reference radiographs
  • Digital Image Conversion
  • Imaging techniques
  • DICONDE Compliance
  • Computed Tomography
  • Discussion of ASTM E2597 & E2737 codes
Contact Inspection.Academy@ge.com to schedule a course, check available dates, or for more information.

Digital Detector Array (DDA/DR) Testing, Level II (ANSI/ASNT CP-105 & NAS 410) - Oct 31,2019, Sharonville, ohio

Mon, Oct 28 (08:00 AM) »
Fri, Nov 01 (05:00 PM) Eastern Time
 

This 5-day (40-hour) course, which meets CP-105, SNT-TC-1A, and NAS 410 requirements, is designed to provide each student with the technical information required to properly operate and optimize various Direct Digital Array (DDA) or Direct Radiography (DR) technologies in a production NDT environment.  Students will utilize GE's Rhythm software on provided laptop computers throughout the course.  Daily tests and a final examination will be administered to ensure each student’s comprehension of the course material.

Topics Include:

  • Radiation Safety
  • General discussion of Computed Radiography
  • Overview of profile techniques for Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)
  • Digital Detector Arrays (DDAs)
  • DDA Calibration
  • Digital reference radiographs
  • Digital Image Conversion
  • Imaging techniques
  • DICONDE Compliance
  • Computed Tomography
  • Discussion of ASTM E2597 & E2737 codes
Contact Inspection.Academy@ge.com to schedule a course, check available dates, or for more information.

Digital Detector Array (DDA/DR) Testing, Level II (ANSI/ASNT CP-105 & NAS 410) - Oct 28 - Nov 1, 2019 Pasadena TX

Mon, Oct 28 (08:00 AM) »
Fri, Nov 01 (05:00 PM) Eastern Time
 

This 5-day (40-hour) course, which meets CP-105, SNT-TC-1A, and NAS 410 requirements, is designed to provide each student with the technical information required to properly operate and optimize various Direct Digital Array (DDA) or Direct Radiography (DR) technologies in a production NDT environment.  Students will utilize GE's Rhythm software on provided laptop computers throughout the course.  Daily tests and a final examination will be administered to ensure each student’s comprehension of the course material.

Topics Include:

  • Radiation Safety
  • General discussion of Computed Radiography
  • Overview of profile techniques for Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)
  • Digital Detector Arrays (DDAs)
  • DDA Calibration
  • Digital reference radiographs
  • Digital Image Conversion
  • Imaging techniques
  • DICONDE Compliance
  • Computed Tomography
  • Discussion of ASTM E2597 & E2737 codes
Contact Inspection.Academy@ge.com to schedule a course, check available dates, or for more information.