Couple of news items available online providing information about WavesinSolids obtaining NSF contract research award (through the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act) and the investment funding received from the Pennsylvania Ben Franklin Technology Partnership.
WINS renewed its special permit (DOT-SP 14584) for the authorized re-certification of DOT 3A, 3AA, 3AX, 3AAX and 3T cylinders. Cylinders are retested by acoustic emission and ultrasonic examination (AE/UE) instead of internal visual inspection and hydrostatic retest. Read More…
The President of WINS, Dr. Thomas Hay, will be the invited speaker at the meeting of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Greater Philadelphia Chapter, on April 1, 2010. He will be discussing about the principles of ultrasonic guided waves and their application in the NDT industry.
WINS NDT employs long range ultrasonic technique to detect and characterize wall loss in steel bridge piles. To learn more about the pile inspection method, visit: Pile Inspection
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WINS NDT has developed MicroSABRETM, a wireless network of acoustic emission sensors for the monitoring of fracture critical members in steel railway bridges. The general concept of this innovation is shown in the above video. Read more about our acoustic emission research in our website: http://www.wins-ndt.com/acoustic_emission_research_and_development.php