The performance of feasibility studies and the construction of prototype inspection equipment, including special instrumentation, has been a significant auxiliary activity of TAC TECHNICAL INSTRUMENT CORP. since our inception in 1962. This work has been done for a number of customers with special inspection requirements or problems. It may lead to the design of new inspection equipment, the establishment of new test techniques or determination of the operational or economic practicality of ultrasonic inspection of parts of a specific type or configuration.
A sampling of shapes on which TACTIC studies have been performed.
AVAILABLE REPRINTS OF PUBLISHED TECHNICAL PAPERS
|Methods for Ultrasonic Inspection of Tubes, On-mill & Off||TT-119|
|Cost Effective Ultrasonic Inspection of Tubes||TT-127|
|Transducer Array Configuration for Interlaced Scanning||TT-136|
|Transducer Focusing for Inspection of Cylindrical Material||TT-140|
|Ultrasonic Area-Amplitude Linearity Limitations||TT-141|
|UltrasonicRefraction Angles for Inspection Throughout
the Total Wall Thickness of Tubes and Pipes
|Simple Measurement of Refraction Angle, Velocity Ratio,
and Focused Transducer Beam Angle in Cylindrical Material
|Introduction to Modern Ultrasonic Inspection of Tubes and Bars||TT-160|
|Limitations to the Use of Reference Blocks for Periodic and
Preinspection Calibration of Ultrasonic Instruments and Systems
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