Training – Non-Destructive Testing for metal Additive Manufactured components
€1,560.00 excl. VAT
Alfredo Lamberti is an aerospace engineer having done research activities, both during his PhD as during this post-doctorate, focused on NDT techniques for inspection of composites and non-conventional materials, with a focus on thermography, laser vibrometry, modal analysis and photonic sensing. Currently Alfredo is a member of the NDT team of Engie Laborelec and is involved in international projects dealing with advanced NDT technologies for applications in energy, wind and space sector. Among these, great focus is given to robotized, non-contact and Multiphysics (thermography, laser ultrasonics and profilometry, etc) NDT inspection methods tailor made for composites and non-conventional materials like AM ones. Alfredo has also several years of experience as academic trainer and lecturer assistant both in Europe and in US.
Additive manufacturing (AM) presents unique challenges to the nondestructive testing community, not least in that it requires inspection of parts with complex forms that are not possible using subtractive manufacturing. The drive to use AM for parts where design approaches include damage tolerance and retirement-for-cause with high quality and where safety criticality imposes new QA/QC requirements is growing.
- AM/3D PRINTING-NDT/NDE THE NEED OF A STANDARD TERMINOLOGY
- AM OF METALLIC COMPONENTS: MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
- Powder bed fusion
- Directed energy deposition
- Binder jetting
- NDT CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED 3D PRINTED METALS
- Grain orientation/size
- Shape and geometry
- Surface finishing/roughness
- Typical manufacturing internal flaws
- unconsolidated power
- IN-SITU PROCESS MONITORING AND NDE
- NDE METHODS AM
- Visual Methods
- Eddy Current
- Liquid Penetrant
- ISO/ASTM/ESA/NASA STANDARDIZATION WORKING GROUPS ON NDT FOR AM
Design engineers, maintenance and supply chain staff, engineers, and mechanical maintenance and operation technicians.
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