Experts of the Russian Society for Non-Destructive Testing and Technical Diagnostics (RSNTTD) evaluated the work of organizations operating in Russia in the field of non-destructive testing and named the best ones. TPU School of Non-Destructive Testing & Security entered the top 10. The results were announced at the 5th international industrial forum NDT Territory. Non-Destructive Testing. Tests. Diagnostics which took place in Expocentre in Moscow.
NDT Territory is a leading professional platform for promoting dialog between stakeholders and demonstrating advanced achievements and developments in the field of non-destructive testing.
At the forum, Vice President of Russian Society for Non-Destructive Testing and Technical Diagnostics, head of the TPU Laboratory for Thermal Testing, Professor Vladimir Vavilov delivered a plenary speech on Thermal Testing in Aerospace Industry: New Ideas and Experimental Implementation.
TPU School of Non-Destructive & Security annually presents its best developments at the forum. This year, TPU scholars presented a thermal flaw detector to be utilized in the production of a new domestic aircraft entirely consisting of composite materials. They also showed a radiometric complex for testing large-sized objects, a butt-welding facility and robotic complexes.
Among the presented developments is a radiographic complex for testing rotors of gas turbine engines. It allows detecting the smallest defects in the rotors of gas turbine engines of modern civil and military aircrafts.
To date, the complex has no analogues in Russia.
At the forum, TPU achieved a number of agreements with potential partners and established new contacts with leading industrial enterprises.
Photo: RAP-90U-5 INDUSTRIAL X-ray device