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The impact-echo method, which is a method of free vibrations, is used for testing building structures made of concrete that have the measured thickness...
We consider the possibility of diagnosing and predicting the reliability of semiconductor products both by the parameters of their eigen low-frequency (LF) noise and by the combined testing parameters, e.g., by the measured LF noise during electrostatic discharge and (or) thermal annealing and...
The echogram of an ultrasonic pulsed flaw detector with the contact testing technique has been considered as a convolution when a transducer with a protector matching the couplant receives an acoustic pulse emitted by the same transducer through the couplant into the load and reflected from this...
In engineering, it is important to evaluate the structures' health on early time. Due to the excellent sensitivity to micro defects, ultrasonic nonlinear technique has become one of the best choices to monitor the early damages in alloys. It’s worth studying whether the detection method obtained...
We describe our proposed algorithm for statistical estimation of the error of the dual energy method due to the quantum nature of radiation as applied to an X-ray inspection system containing sandwich detectors. Its action is demonstrated using a specific example. Recommendations are given for...
A comprehensive approach is proposed for evaluating the effectiveness of various sources of ultraviolet radiation used in the fluorescent penetrant method of nondestructive testing. The spectral characteristics of the radiation of modern domestic and foreign UV irradiators used in the testing of...
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