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Materials Technology (Multi-sector)

Materials Technology (Multi-sector)

What Is A Specific Industry Sector?
A specific industrial sector is a particular industry or technology where NDT practices are utilized requiring specific skill, knowledge, equipment or training.

The Industrial Sectors in which AINDT offers Certification are:

Eddy Current:
Multi-Sector
Aerospace

Magnetic Particle:
General Engineering (Level 1 Only)
Multi Sector
Aerospace
Welds
Underwater

Magnetic Flux Leakage:
Tank Bottom Testing

Dye Penetrant:
General Engineering (Level 1 Only)
Multi-Sector
Aerospace
Welds

Radiography:
Welds
Castings
Forgings

Ultrasonics:
Welds
Castings
Forgings
Nozzles
Nodes
Phased Array
Corrosion Mapping

What Is Materials Technology (Multi sector) (Apply Metallurgy Principles MEM24012B)?
Materials Technology (MEM24012B) is a 40 hour materials engineering course with the emphasis in this module is on the possibility of discontinuity formation in welds, castings and forgings and the NDT methods used to detect these discontinuities. The probable location and shape of discontinuities should be understood with a background knowledge of the various processes. It is not intended that students should become proficient in any of the manufacturing processes.

More information about the pre-requisites, training and assessment can be found in the ATTAR Student Handbook at our Downloads and Literature page.

Examples of typical math questions can be found at our Downloads and Literature page.

The course syllabus can be found at our Downloads and Literature page.