In NDT, radiography is one of the most important and widely used methods. Radiographic testing (RT) offers a number of advantages over other NDT methods, however, it does have one significant drawback, health risk associated with the radiation.
In general, RT is a method of inspecting materials for hidden flaws by using the ability of short wavelength electromagnetic radiation (high energy photons) to penetrate various materials. The intensity of the radiation that penetrates and passes through the material is either captured by a radiation sensitive film (Film Radiography) or by a planer array of radiation sensitive sensors (Real-time Radiography). Film radiography is the oldest approach, yet it is still the most widely used in NDT.
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- Both surface and internal discontinuities can be detected.
- Significant variations in composition can be detected.
- It has a very few material limitations.
- Can be used for inspecting hidden areas (direct access to surface is not required)
- Very minimal or no part preparation is required.
- Permanent test record is obtained.
- Good portability especially for gamma-ray sources.
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