Programme

6-8 September 2022 The International Centre, Telford, UK 



Monday 5 September 2022
16.00-19.00
RegistrationExhibition Hall 3 Foyer
19.00-21.00Welcome Buffet – Exhibition Hall 3 Foyer


Tuesday 6 September 2022
08.00Registration – Exhibition Hall 3 Foyer
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Exhibition Hall 3
09.20-
10.00

Opening Plenary Paper – Roy Sharpe Prize Lecture: Electromagnetic non-destructive testing: what goes around comes around
Professor A Peyton, University of Manchester, UK

Chair: Dr I Baillie, President of BINDT
Room: Ironbridge 3

10.00-
10.15

Plenary Paper – RCNDE Showcase
C Bull, RCNDE Director

Chair: Dr I Baillie, President of BINDT
Room: Ironbridge 3

10.15-10.45 

Plenary Paper – The national research facility for lab-based X-ray computed tomography (NXCT): equipment, services and case studies
T Blumensath, Institute of Sound and Vibration Research and μ-VIS X-ray Imaging Centre, University of Southampton, UK

Chair: Dr I Baillie, President of BINDT
Room: Ironbridge 3
10.45-11.45 Tea, Coffee and Exhibition  Exhibition Hall 3
Session 1A – RCNDE Showcase: Eddy current and NDE 4.0

Chair: Dr R Hughes

Room: Ironbridge 3
Session 1B – RCNDE Showcase: Phased array ultrasound in NDE 4.0

Chair: T Bertenshaw

Room: Wenlock 1 & 2
Session 1C – Digital processing and imaging

Chair: K Pickup

Room: Wenlock 3 & 4



Session 1D – Commercial session

Chair: C Cuciureanu

Room: Exhibition Hall 3 Presentation Area
11.45-12.05 

[1A1] Autonomous and targeted eddy current inspection from UT feature guided wave screening of resistance seam welds

E Foster1, C MacLeod1, E Mohseni1, C Loukas1, M Vasilev1, S McKnight1, M McInnes1, D Lines1, A Gachagan1, G Bolton2 and R Bernard3
1University of Strathclyde, UK

2National Nuclear Laboratory Ltd, UK
3Sellafield Ltd, UK
[1B1] In-process phased array ultrasonic inspection during fusion welding

C MacLeod
University of Strathclyde, UK
[1C1] Clustering large 3D volumes: a sampling-based approach

T Lang
Fraunhofer Institute of Integrated Circuits, Germany

[1D1] Inspection of aerial devices and cranes using acoustic emission

A Demma
Omnia Integrity Ltd, UK

12.05-12.25 

[1A2] Using a machine learning forward model in an iterative depth profile reconstruction algorithm

J Hampton1, A Fletcher1,
H Tesfalem1, M Brown2 and
A Peyton1 
1University of Manchester, UK 
2EDF Energy, UK
[1B2] Automated laser-induced phased arrays for the rapid ultrasonic inspection of AM components
 
G Davis, P Kamintzis, P Lukacs, D Pieris and T Stratoudaki
University of Strathclyde, UK
[1C2] Towards smoother surfaces by applying subdivision to voxelised data

A Stock1 and S López-Ureña2
1University of Passau, Germany 
2University of Valencia, Spain
[1D2] Limitations and developments with TFM

G Luckett
Evident Europe GmbH, UK Branch
12.25-12.45 

[1A3] Hardware and software design for a battery-powered portable pulsed eddy current (PEC) system 

L Xiong1, Z Xia1, R Huang1, Z Chen1, Y Shao1, J Shen2, A Peyton1 and W Yin1
1University of Manchester, UK
2Guilin University of Technology, China
[1B3] Robotic residual stress measurement using the phased array ultrasonic method

Y Javadi, M Vasilev, R Vithanage, A Hutchison, R Zimermann, D Lines, E Mohseni, C MacLeod, G Pierce, J Mehnen and A Gachagan
University of Strathclyde, UK
[1C3] Application of ultrasonic imaging and pattern recognition for classification of corrosion severity in concrete structures

M Kumar1 and A Ganguli2
1Indian Institute of Technology, India
2Liverpool John Moores University, UK
[1D3] UT and RT virtual simulator TraiNDE

L Grand
Extende CIVA, France
12.45-13.05 

[1A4] Multi-frequency eddy current and machine learning for sorting non-ferrous metallic waste

K Williams1, M O’Toole2,
M Mallabrun2 and A J Peyton1
1University of Manchester, UK 2Magnapower, UK

[1B4] Investigating ultrasound wave propagation through the coupling medium and non-flat surface of wire + arc additive manufactured components inspected by a PAUT roller probe

M Rizwan, R Zimermann, E Mohseni, R Vithanage, E Foster, D Lines, C Macleod, S Pierce and A Gachagan
University of Strathclyde, UK

[1C4] Comparison of two welding indication detection methods of carbon steel weld phased array ultrasound data

R Rhéaume
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada
[1D4] High-temperature TOFD inspections with Ionix HotSense TOFD

W Vickers
Ionix Advanced Technologies, UK

13.05-14.20 

14.00
Lunch and Exhibition – Exhibition Hall 3


Trade AGM and Committee MeetingRoom: Coalport 1
 Session 2A – RCNDE Showcase: Electromagnetic methods for composites

Chair: Professor A Peyton

Room: Ironbridge 3
Session 2B – RCNDE Showcase: Novel ultrasound data acquisition

Chair: L Hayday (TBC)

Room: Wenlock 1 & 2 
Session 2C – Guidance for NDT end-users

Chair: Dr C Brett
Room: Wenlock 3 & 4 
Session 2D – Commercial session

Chair: J Hansen
Room: Exhibition Hall 3 Presentation area 

14.20-14.40 [2A1] Multi-sensor electromagnetic inspection feasibility for aerospace composite surface defects
 
E Mohseni1, S Pierce1, R Vithanage1, G Dobie1, C MacLeod1, S McKnight1E Foster1, C Loukas1, M McInnes1H Gover1, K Burnham2, J O’Brien-O’Reilly3, S Paton3, G Munro3,T O’Hare4 and M Grosser5
1University of Strathclyde, UK
2National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS), UK
3Spirit Aerosystems, UK
4Spirit AeroSystems Belfast, UK
5Spirit AeroSystems, USA
[2B1] Robustness of coded excitation for ultrasonic systems

C Challinor1, F Cegla1 and N Pearson2
1Imperial College London, UK
2Eddyfi Technologies, UK
[2C1] Development of guidance for ultrasonic NDT for non-intrusive inspection at elevated temperatures
 
S Burch, M Jones and H Peramatzis
ESR Technology Ltd, UK
[2D1] Novel mechanical testing methods

M Coto
Plastometrex Ltd, UK

14.40-15.00 [2A2] Investigating eddy current directional probes for in-line monitoring of automated composite fibre placement

M Mussatayev, Q Yi, M Fitzgerald, P Wilcox and R Hughes
University of Bristol, UK
[2B2] Propagation distance independent directivity for shear waves thermoelastically excited by laser

X Tu, P Wilcox, A Gambaruto and J Zhang
University of Bristol, UK
[2C2] In-service inspection of external corrosion scabs: updated HOIS/NZTC guidance

M Jones and S Burch
ESR Technology Ltd, UK
[2D2] Custom digital radiography systems

S Whitbread
Hamamatsu Photonics UK Ltd, UK 
15.00-15.20 [2A3] 

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[2B3] Liquid crystal sensors for measurement of ultrasonic displacement

M Turvey, O Trushkevych and R S Edwards
University of Warwick, UK

[2C3] Towards the standardisation of sizing methodologies using advanced ultrasonic techniques

K Flentzeris and C Nageswaran
TWI, UK

[2D3] Services update and development of the new TFMi technologies course

C Kirby
IMechE Argyll Ruane, UK 

15.20-16.20 Tea, Coffee and Exhibition Exhibition Hall 3
RCNDE Showcase: Future applications

Chair: T O'Hare
Room: Ironbridge 3
RCNDE Showcase: Ultrasonic NDE 4.0

Chair: TBC
Room: Wenlock 1 & 2 
Composites NDT
Chair: L Hayday (TBC)
Room: Wenlock 3 & 4
Commercial session

Chair: J Hansen

Room: Exhibition Hall 3 Presentation Area 
16.20-16.40 [2A4] Scalable NDT data reconstructions for mobile robotic-arm platforms using visual reference markers

A Poole1,2, M Sutcliffe1,
G Pierce2 and
A Gachagan2
1TWI Wales, UK
2University of Strathclyde, UK

[2B4] Acoustic velocity mapping of multi-metallic components using laser-induced ultrasonic time-of-flight tomography and neural data interpretation

M Riding
University of Strathclyde, UK

[2C4] New ultrasonic metrics for large-area rapid wrinkle detection, classification and quantification in composites

R A Smith, R Tayong, L J Nelson and P D Wilcox
University of Bristol, UK
[2D4] Close proximity radiography using the QSA 1075

B Read
HTSL, UK
16.40-17.00
[2A5] Non-contact pressure measurement of sealed units using acoustic methods

E Sharp1, S Dixon1, R Bernard2 and G Bolton3
1University of Warwick, UK 
2Sellafield Limited, UK 
3National Nuclear Laboratory, UK
[2B5] Towards high-cycle thermal fatigue monitoring via ultrasound with machine learning

L Clarkson and F Cegla
Imperial College London, UK 
[2C5] Tracking damage in carbon-fibre composite using infrared imaging

P Lambert 
University of Liverpool, UK
Exhibition Closed
17.00-17.20 [2A6] Sub-pixel displacement measurements using quantitative visual vibrometry

L Dougill
University of Bristol, UK
[2B6] Uncertainty quantification for deep learning applied to ultrasonic in-line pipe inspection 

R Pyle1,2, P Wilcox1, R Hughes1 and A Ait Si Ali2
1University of Bristol, UK
2Baker Hughes, UK

[2C6] Development of new techniques for the rapid inspection of thick, highly attenuative GFRP composite structures and bonded composite joints

N Hartley
TWI, UK
Exhibition Closed
17.20-17.40
[2A7] On the use of CAD data for X-ray tomographic reconstruction

I El khalil Harrane1, E Valat1 and T Blumensath1,2
1Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, UK

2μ-VIS X-ray Imaging Centre, University of Southampton, UK
[2B7] Automated thermal compensation for in-process ultrasonic additive and weld inspection
 
C MacLeod, E Foster, N Sweeney, E Nicolson, D Lines, E Mohseni, K Tant, S Pierce and A Gachagan
University of Strathclyde, UK
[2C7] Modelling low-frequency vibration response and defect detection in homogeneous solids

J O Aigbotsua1, R A Smith1, T Marshall2 and B W Drinkwater1
1University of Bristol, UK
2NDT Ltd, UK
Exhibition Closed
17.40-18.00 [2A8] Near-vertical flaw imaging using dual phased arrays for through-transmission inspection of narrow gap welds

E Nicholson
University of Strathclyde, UK
[2B8] Non-contact ultrasonic-based Bayesian mapping for robotic structural inspection

M Tabatabaeipour1, R McMillan1, K Tzaferis1, W Jackson1, R S Edwards2, O Trushkevych2, C MacLeod1, G Dobie1 and A Gachagan1
1University of Strathclyde, UK 
2University of Warwick, UK 

[2C8] Tracking composite plies using simulated realistic ultrasonic fields

N Pilashev
University of Bristol, UK

​Exhibition Closed
18.00

18.00-22.00
Conference close for the day

Evening Function – Visit to Telford Steam Railway including transfers, guided tours, train rides and food. This is included in all full-time registrations. For part-time registrations, should you wish to attend, please contact the BINDT conference registration desk. Subject to availability, as places are limited.


Wednesday 7 September 2022
08.00Registration – Exhibition Hall 3 Foyer
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Exhibition Hall 3
09.00-
09.40
Plenary Paper – Anne Birt Prize Winner Lecture: Inspection challenges from a career in the power generation industry
Dr C Brett, Brett Consulting, UK

Chair: Dr I Baillie, President of BINDT
Room: Ironbridge 3
09.40-09.50Ten-Minute Comfort Break
 
Session 3A – RCNDE Showcase: Ultrasonic guided waves

Chair: C Bull
Room: Ironbridge 3
Session 3B – RCNDE Showcase: NDE 4.0 – artificial intelligence, augmented reality and additive manufacturing

Chair: TBC
Room: Wenlock 1 & 2
Session 3C – Ultrasonics

Chair: Professor I Cooper
Room: Wenlock 3 & 4
Session 3D – Commercial session


Chair: TBC
Exhibition Hall 3 Presentation Area

09.50-10.10 [3A1] Magnetostrictive patch transducers for guided wave non-destructive testing and condition monitoring
 
O Trushkevych and S Dixon 
University of Warwick, UK 
[3B1] Automated multi-modal in-process non-destructive evaluation of wire + arc additive manufacturing

E Mohseni1, R Zimermann1R Vithanage1, E Foster1, M Vasilev1, C Loukas1, M Rizwan1C MacLeod1, D Lines1, M Pimentel2S Fitzpatrick2, S Halavage2S McKegney2, G Pierce1A Gachagan1, S Williams3 and J Ding3 
1University of Strathclyde, UK
2National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS), UK
3Cranfield University, UK
[3C1] Lighting the blind zone of ultrasonic phased array probes

L Couret and N Paul
EDF R&D PRISME, France

[3D1] Beyond single-point A-scan measurements: harnessing live statistical information from C-scan imaging

J Lambert
dolphitech Ltd, UK
10.10-10.30 [3A2] Clamp-on guided wave flow metering

L Smith1, Z Li2 and S Dixon1
1University of Warwick, UK
2Harbin Institute of Technology, China 
[3B2] Flexible robotic programming for complex high-value inspection

M Vasilev1, R Vithanage1K Burnham2, C Loukas1, H Gover1, E Mohseni1, R Zimermann1D Lines1, Y Javadi1, C MacLeod1G Pierce1, A Gachagan1S Williams3 and J Ding3 
1University of Strathclyde, UK
2National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS), UK 
3Cranfield University, UK
[3C2] Active corrosion monitored by a novel thin-film sensor

C Thring, D Lunardi, D Irving and D Hughes
Novosound Ltd, UK
[3D2] Confidence in UT

S Gooden
Evident Europe GmbH, UK Branch

10.30-11.00 Tea, Coffee and Exhibition Exhibition Hall 3
11.00-11.20 [3A3] Focused Lamb waves for sub-wavelength defect detection using EMATs

J Cregeen and R S Edwards
University of Warwick, UK 
[3B3] Process to part inspection: using hybrid robotics to enable flexible manufacturing NDT

S G Pierce1, H Gover1R Vithanage1, E Mohseni1M Vasilev1, C Loukas1C MacLeod1, G Dobie1J O’Brien-O’Reilly2, S Paton2G Munro2, T O’Hare3, M Grosser4 and A Oakley5
1University of Strathclyde, UK
2Spirit Aerosystems, Aerospace Innovation Centre, Glasgow, UK
3Spirit AeroSystems Belfast, UK
4Spirit AeroSystems, USA
5KUKA Robotics UK Ltd, UK 
[3C3] Progress in reliable detection of near-surface reflectors when inspecting anisotropic and isotropic materials using the total focusing method

L Bergbreiter1,2, J Grager2, A Narr2, H Mooshofer1 and C Grosse2
1Siemens AG, Germany
2Technical University of Munich, Germany
[3D3] New eddy current product developments at ETher NDE

J Hansen
ETher NDE, UK
11.20-11.40 [3A4] Integrated modelling of guided waves reflections from defects in pipes

A M Qadri1, P Huthwaite1, M Lowe1 and T Vogt2
1Imperial College London, UK
2Guided Ultrasonics Ltd, UK 
[3B4] Fiducial marker-based augmented reality positioning system for non-destructive testing

Y Wang1, T Meng1, W Yin1J Skelton2, J Watson2 and A Peyton1
1University of Manchester, UK
2Jacobs, UK
[3C4] Precision simulation of UT defect echo scattering

L Bergbreiter1,2, H Mooshofer1 and C Grosse2
1Siemens AG, Germany
2Technical University of Munich, Germany
[3D4] AI robot defect recognition system application and solution in magnetic particle inspection

P Chiang
Promag Technologies Development Ltd, Taiwan

11.40-12.00 [3A5] Realistic model-based reliability estimation of guided wave monitoring systems

P Xu1, P Huthwaite1 and R Jones2
1Imperial College London, UK
2Guided Ultrasonics Ltd, UK
[3B5] Autoencoder- based anomaly detection in AM components

Ibrahim El Khalil Harrane1 and T Blumensath1,2
1Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, UK
2μ-VIS X-ray Imaging Centre, University of Southampton, UK
[3C5] High precision corrosion monitoring using ultrasonic techniques

P Rioux, R Nogueira, and S Hughes
Sonatest AP, Canada

[3D5] Accumulator testing in powerplants and wind turbines: the challenges

M Ormrod
British Engineering Services, UK

12.00-12.15 BINDT’s strategy for serving the NDT, CM and SHM community: an update
D Gilbert, CEO, BINDT
Room: Ironbridge 3
12.15-12.30Apprenticeships: the NDT success story
S Cunningham, Skills Training UK
Room: Ironbridge 3
12.30-14.00

12.30


13.00 
Lunch and ExhibitionExhibition Hall 3


BINDT Annual General MeetingIronbridge 3
Followed by Lunch and ExhibitionExhibition Hall 3

Benevolent Fund Annual General Meeting – Ironbridge 3
Followed by Lunch and Exhibition Exhibition Hall 3
14.00-14.30President’s Honour Lecture – The NDT operator of 2050
K Pickup, BAE Systems, UK

Chair: Dr I Baillie, President of BINDT
Room: Ironbridge 3
 Session 4A – RCNDE Showcase: Novel ultrasound processing

Chair: Professor M Lowe
Room: Ironbridge 3
Session 4B – NDE 4.0 – automation, AM and AI

Chair: C Bull
Room: Wenlock 1 & 2
Session 4C – Ultrasonics – continued

Chair: Professor I Cooper
Room: Wenlock 3 & 4
Session 4C – Commercial session

Chair: TBC
Room: Exhibition Hall 3 Presentation Area
14.30-14.50 [4A1] Inspection of laser welds in titanium using electromagnetic acoustic transducers

C Peyton1,2, S Dixon1, B Dutton2W Vesga2 and R S Edwards1
1University of Warwick, UK
2The Manufacturing Technology Centre, UK
[4B1] Real-time deep learning-based vision inspection system for detecting and classifying defects in tomatoes

K Yang
TWI, UK
[4C1] On-stream weld integrity assessments with high-temperature UT

T Stevenson1, G Mugford2 and S Kenny2
1Ionix Advanced Technologies Ltd, UK
2Eddyfi Technologies Ltd, UK
[4D1] Electromagnetic NDT

G Finch
National Physical Laboratory, UK

14.50-15.10[4A2] Measurements of material non-linearity using collinear wave mixing for transient inputs

Z Ebrahim-Saib, A J Croxford and B W Drinkwater
University of Bristol, UK
[4B2] NDE 4.0 – Digital transformation via automation in the X-ray domain

J Robbins
VisiConsult X-ray Systems & Solutions, Germany
[4C2] Ultrasonic FMC/TFM for additive manufacturing processes at GKN Aerospace

T Bertenshaw
GKN Aerospace Services Ltd, UK
[4D2] Photon-counting technology for NDT

D Odili
Varex Imaging Corporation, UK
15.10-15.30 [4A3] A novel signal processing technique to remove electrical interference from ultrasonic RF A-scans

D Lines, R Vithanage, N Sweeney, M Vasilev, C Loukas, C MacLeod, G Pierce and A Gachagan
University of Strathclyde, UK

[4B3] Bringing inspection into the light – automated fluorescent dye inspection of mass-produced metal parts

G Diamond, P Kubasiak and
M Metodiev
Inspection Tech Ltd, UK 
[4C3] Effectiveness of substituting phased array ultrasonic testing (PAUT) for radiographic testing (RT) of tube welds in thermal power plant facilities

I Park, Y Choi and S Cho
Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea

[4D3] Basics of Industry 4.0 for X-ray NDT

J Robbins
VisiConsult X-ray Systems & Solutions, Germany

15.30-16.15
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Exhibition Hall 3
16.15-16.35 [4A4] Using ultrasonic waves to characterise fatigue state in steel components

G Sarris1, S Haslinger2, P Huthwaite1 and M Lowe1 
1Imperial College London, UK
2University of Liverpool, UK

[4B4] Localisation and segmentation of welding parts in ultrasound scans using deep learning

R Rhéaume
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada


[4C4] Component shape optimisation for improved laser-induced phased array non-destructive ultrasonic testing

A Keenan, G Davis, P Lukac, D Pieris, J Singh, K Tant and T Stratoudaki
University of Strathclyde, UK

[4D4] Tap test inspections: are they still relevant today?

P Rogger
JR Technology, UK

16.35-16.55[4A5] Thermometry using ultrasonic time-of-flight

S R Watson1, J C Skelton2, J Taggart1 and A J Peyton1 
1University of Manchester, UK
2Jacobs, UK
[4B5] Artificial intelligence-based detection of exact and near duplicates of phased array ultrasound data to prevent fraud

Y Cossette
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada
[4C5] Study on the beam directivity of a steered meander-line coil EMAT

S Hurrell, P Charlton, S Mosey, O Rees-Lloyd and R Lewis
University of Wales, UK

Exhibition Closed
16.55-17.15[4A6] Use of orthogonal signals to increase the rate of data acquisition in plane wave imaging

K Prashar1,2, M Weston2 and B Drinkwater1
1University of Bristol, UK
2TWI, UK 
[4B6] Determination and application of localised measurement confidence in X-ray computed tomography (CT) for the non-destructive evaluation (NDE) of metallic powders and parts

T Lowe1, S Johnston1, A Bowfield1, P Westenberger2, S Alderton3
K Pickup4, S Glanvill5 and W Sun6
1Aletheia Imaging Solutions Ltd, UK
2Thermo Fisher Scientific, France
3Waygate Technologies, Baker Hughes Digital Solutions GmbH, Germany
4BAE Systems Air, UK
5Renishaw plc, UK
6National Physical Laboratory, UK

[4C6] Strategies for pipeline inspection using mobile robots

J Zhang, X Niu, A Croxford and B Drinkwater
University of Bristol, UK



Exhibition Closed
17.15-17.35[4A7] Ultrasonic inspection of complex geometry 

M Chander
University of Bristol, UK

[4B7] The advantage of machine learning to the inspector

T Koskinen, T Tyystjärvi, O Siljama and I Virkkunen 
Trueflaw Ltd, Finland 

[4C7] Leak detection and localisation using ultrasonic signals: a review

A-B M Alhassan, S Thomas, U Muhammad Ibrahim, A Aibinu, P Nzerem and P Jamitaola
Nile University of Nigera, Nigeria


Exhibition Closed
17.35

19.00 for 20.00
Conference close for the day

Pre-dinner drinks and Awards Ceremony Ironbridge 1

Conference Dinner Ironbridge 1


Thursday 8 September 2022
08.00Registration Exhibition Hall 3 Foyer
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition Exhibition Hall 3
09.15-
09.45

Plenary Paper – Engineering challenges with working heritage collections (floating and steaming)
B Peacock, Museum Director, Museum of Scottish Railways, Scottish Railway Preservation Society, UK

Chair: Dr I Baillie, President of BINDT
Room: Ironbridge 3
 Session 5A – RCNDE Showcase: Magnetic NDT

Chair: J Watson
Room: Ironbridge 3
Session 5B – Novel techniques

Chair: K Pickup
Room: Wenlock 1 & 2
Session 5D – Commercial session

Chair: A Schofield
Room: Exhibition Hall 3 Presentation Area
09.45-10.05 [5A1] Magnetic NDT of the microstructure of steels for oil and gas applications

A Regan1, J Wilson1, N Bonadeo2, J Etcheverry2, G Echaniz2 and A Peyton1
1University of Manchester, UK
2Tenaris, Argentina

[5B1] The development and use of two innovative techniques for the inspection of industrial structures

A Shibli and A Merrison
European Technology Development (ETD), UK
[5D1] Overview of NDT apprenticeships and early careers focus

S Cunningham
Skills Training UK



10.05-10.25 [5A2] Measurement of the high-temperature magnetic properties of engineering steels for online NDT applications

J Wilson1, L Zhou2, F Wu2, C Davis2 and A Peyton1
1University of Manchester, UK
2University of Warwick, UK
[5B2] Real-time capacitance imaging: a revolutionary NDT technique

G Diamond, P Kubasiak, M Metodiev and J Worskett
Inspection Tech Ltd, UK

[5D2] Case study: My apprenticeship journey

E Mason
IMechE Argyll Ruane, UK
10.25-10.45 [5A3] Real-time magnetic imaging of paramagnetic and ferromagnetic materials using time-frequency division multiplexed quantum well Hall-effect sensor arrays

R Murshudov, J Sexton, A Lindley, N Sathappan and M Missous
University of Manchester, UK 

[5B3] Locating a stuck ILI PIG with high high-energy X-rays and digital detector

J McNab
Oceaneering, UK
[5D3] Case study: My apprenticeship journey

F Bexon
Rolls-Royce plc, UK
10.45-11.15 Tea and Coffee – Exhibition Hall 3
11.15-11.45 Plenary Paper – HOIS: a 40-year history
Dr H Peramatzis or Dr M Jones, HOIS, UK

Chair: Dr I Baillie, President of BINDT
Room: Ironbridge 3
 Session 6A – RCNDE Showcase: Ultrasonic material characterisation

Chair: TBC
Room: Ironbridge 3
Session 6B – Electromagnetics and magnetics

Chair: J Watson
Room: Wenlock 1 & 2
Session 6D – Title to be confirmed

Chair: TBC
Room: Exhibition Hall 3 Presentation Area

11.45-12.05 [6A1] Ultrasonic characterisation of microtexture regions in titanium alloys

D Harra, E Mohseni, K Tant, A Gachagan, M Tabatabaeipour and K Inagaki
University of Strathclyde, UK 
[6B1] Factors affecting the use of electrical potential drop (EPD) as an on- and off-line NDT method for creep life monitoring of pressure vessels

A G Wojcik1, A S Santos2, M Waitt2 and A Shibli3
1University College London, UK
2Matelect Ltd, UK
3ETD Ltd, UK
[6D1] Photon counting technology for NDT applications

H Sperschneider
Varex Imaging Corporation/Direct Conversion, UK

12.05-12.25 [6A2] Characterisation of microstructural changes in nickel-based superalloys using ultrasound

J Jobling1, T Barden2 , E A Saunders2, M Lowe1 and B Lan1
1Imperial College London, UK
2Rolls-Royce, UK 
[6B2] The detection and evaluation of thermomechanical fatigue in austenitic stainless steel using eddy current arrays

J Watson, J Ramsay, K Cooper, G Trownson and P Gill
Jacobs, UK
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12.25-12.45 [6A3] Material texture characterisation in metallic curved components using diffused ultrasound

M Png, M Lowe and B Lan
Imperial College London, UK 
[6B3] Development of an automated eddy current inspection system for stress corrosion cracking in C-rings

Y Tian1, Y Zhang1, M Prashanth1, H Ning1, V Unecha1, L Tinsley2 and N Morar2
1Cranfield University, UK
2University of London, UK
[6D3] Practical applications for phase coherence imaging

A Horiot
TPAC (The Phased Array Company)
12.45-13.05 [6A4] Characterisation of macrozones in titanium alloys using ultrasonic testing
 
W Y Yeoh
Imperial College London, UK
[6B4] Automatic testing of welds of resistive elements of switching equipment of the superconducting magnetic system of the thermonuclear reactor ITER

V Syasko1, G A Filippov2 and P Solomenchuk1
1Constanta Ltd, Russia.
2Intek Ltd, Russia

 


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THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION

13.05-13.25 [6A5] SRAS++: The measurement of elasticity and crystal orientation in real-world materials

P Dryburgh, W Li, R Fuentes-Domínguez, R Patel, R Smith and M Clark
University of Nottingham, UK
[6B5] Advancement in asset integrity management through digitalised eddy current testing technology for inspection of surface-breaking and near-surface indications

M Al Lutfallah
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
[6D5]

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13.25-13.45 [6A6] Investigation into metallic material grain size measurement from ultrasound backscattering using ultrasonic arrays
 
W Wang, J Zhang and P Wilcox
University of Bristol, UK
[6B6] Detection and classification of non-ferrous metals with magnetic induction for recycling
 
K Williams, M O’Toole, M Mallaburn and A Peyton 
University of Manchester, UK
[6D6]

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Conference Close and Prize Award CeremonyExhibition Hall 3

Hot LunchExhibition Hall 3


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