Nondestructive Inspection for Aviation Safety: Radiographic Inspections Mobile App
Radiographic inspections use radiation energy to detect variations in x-ray attenuation in the object under inspection and can detect inclusions, voids, cracks, and changes in geometry or material properties.
How does it work?
The aviation industry typically uses two types of radiation energy: x-rays and gamma rays. X-rays are produced by electronic generators, while gamma rays are produced by isotope sources. Radiographic inspections can be used to inspect most materials for both surface and internal flaws, but the orientation of the flaw and source is critical. The Nondestructive Inspection for Aviation Safety: Radiographic Inspections mobile app allows you to replace your paper inspection with a handheld device. 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.