Cost: $ 4,212.00 per student
Duration: 80 Hours
Prerequisites: UT Level II certification minimum, Phased Array level 2 recommended.
Equipment Needed: All equipment, including scope, is provided for this class. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own personal scope if they have one but it is not required.
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This course covers the basic theory and equipment operation associated with the FMC/TFM technique. 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 the largest collections of real flawed samples which also help prepare individuals for the real world.
This 80 Hour class provides the formal training requirements if seeking certification in FMC/TFM to ASNT and ASME. This class follows and fulfills the Topical Outlines for FMC Training in ASME Section V and CP-105.
Summary of FMC/TFM Course Outline
- Wave physics and properties of Ultrasound
- FMC Overview
- Features and Characteristics
- Review of Ultrasonic Phased Array
- Array Probes and Wedges
- Features and design
- Beam Characteristics
- Proper equipment selection
- FMC Characteristics
- FMC Techniques
- Signal Characteristics
- FMC Data and Scale Factor
- FMC Data explained
- TFM Characteristics
- TFM Frame Parameters
- Image Paths
- Amplitude Fidelity
- Instrument Control and Calibration
- Scan planning, development, and practice
- Essential Variables
- Scan Plan Tools
- Data Evaluation
- Use Case Examples
- Overview of FMC Codes and Standards
- Lots of Hands-on FMC/TFM Laboratory exercises.