Tables of Contents-Magnetic Particle testing level 1

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Tables of Contents : Magnetic Particle Testing (Level 1) 1. Principles of Magnets and Magnetic Fields a. Theory of magnetic fields b. Theory of magnetism c. Terminology associated with magnetic particle testing 2. Characteristic of Magnetic Fields a. Bar magnet b. Ring magnet 3. Effect of Discontinuities of Materials a. Surface cracks b. Scratches c. Subsurface defects 4. Magnetization by Means of Electric Current a. Circular field b. Longitudinal field 5. Selecting the Proper Method of Magnetization a. Alloy, shape and condition of part b. Type of magnetizing current c. Direction of magnetic field d. Sequence of operations e. Value of flux density 6. Inspection Materials
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Unformatted text preview: a. Wet particles b. Dry particles 7. Principles of Demagnetization a. Residual magnetism b. Reasons for requiring demagnetization c. Longitudinal and circular residual field d. Basic principles of demagnetization e. Retentivity and coercive force f. Methods of demagnetization 8. Magnetic Particle Testing Equipment a. Equipment-selection considerations b. Manual inspection equipment c. Medium and heavy duty equipment d. Stationary equipment e. Mechanized inspection equipment 9. Types of Discontinuities Detected by Magnetic Particle Testing 10.Magnetic Particles Test Indications and Interpretations...
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