PA-101 Phased Array Level 2- Week 1
October 17 @ 8:00 am - October 21 @ 5:00 pm
Cost: $1,595.00 per student
Duration: 40 Hours
Prerequisites: 80 hours of conventional UT training
Equipment Needed: All equipment, including scope (OmniScan X3) is provided for this class on a limited basis. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own personal scope if they have one but it is not required.
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This advanced ultrasonic training class is ideally suited for any individual who has a good understanding of conventional ultrasonic theory. Whether you are a Manager, Engineer, Auditor, or Inspector, this training class will provide you with foundational knowledge to understand the physics and basic equipment operation involved with phased array ultrasonic testing (PAUT).
If you’ve never had PAUT theory training, then this class should be your first step. If you’ve had previous PAUT training but don’t feel you gained a sufficient understanding of the principles behind PAUT or a thorough understanding of equipment operation then this class is the answer. Our training classes blend theoretical training and lab exercises to help maximize the learning potential. We prepare you by training with state of the art equipment and have one of the largest collections of real flawed samples which also help prepare individuals for the real world.
This class is an essential step for individuals seeking certification in PAUT. ASNT requires a minimum of 80 total hours of PAUT formal training. This class, in combination with the PA-102, follows and fulfills the Topical Outline for Qualification of Nondestructive Testing Personnel CP-105.
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Available Classes: Training Calendar
Wave Physics of Phased Array Ultrasonics
- Phased Array Transducers
- Probe Feature and Design
- Beam and Wave Forming
- Electronics and Computer Control
- Calibration of a Phased Array System (OmniScan)
- Phased Array Scanning Applications
- Beam Focusing
- Beam Steering
- Manual Phased Array Scans
- Electronic scanning
- Sector Scanning
- Combined scanning using the OmniScan Grouping Feature
- Phased Array Probe Selection
- Phased Array Data Presentation
- A, B C, S Scans
- Sectorial Scans
- Linear Scans
- File Management
- Limitations (steering/array lobes)
- DAC and TCG Calibrations
- Encoder Calibrations and Encoded Examinations
- Overview of Codes and Standards for Phased Array
- Hands-on Phased Array Calibration and Examination Laboratory Exercises