Nondestructive Inspection for Aviation Safety: Eddy Current Inspections Mobile App
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An eddy current inspection is used to find surface and near-surface defects in conductive materials.
How does it work?
The aviation industry uses these inspections to detect certain defects (e.g., cracks, corrosion damage), verify thickness, and determine material characterization, such as metal sorting and heat treatment verification. The range of applications includes fuselage and structural inspection, engines, landing gear, and wheels. An eddy current inspection, which is the technique most often used after a visual inspection, involves intensive setup and calibration procedures with known reference standards of the same material as the part. Probes of appropriate design and frequency must be used. The Nondestructive Inspection for Aviation Safety: Eddy Current Inspections mobile app allows you to replace your paper inspection with an Android, iPhone, tablet or Windows desktop computer. The mobile form includes fields to document items such as facility/location, date started and completed, certificated NDI inspectors, work performed and facility representatives. Once the mobile app is filled out a secure PDF is generated. The PDF is easy to share, and a copy is stored in your account for your NDT non-destructive testing records. You can also use the App Builder to personalize and customize this mobile form.