Russian scientists have created a flaw detector with unique properties

NTI Competence Center „Digital Materials Science: New Materials and Substances” MSTU. N.E. Bauman came up with an autonomous scanner-detector of materials and products, which helps to identify defects in products and samples by non-destructive testing, RIA Novosti was told at the Archipelago 2022 intensive.

„The device will give the user clear criteria for evaluating the finished product, he will be able to control the quality of parts and structural elements made of polymer composite materials obtained using additive technologies. For traditional methods of non-destructive testing, such functionality was previously impossible,” the developers said.

According to the authors of the project, „the world market for devices and services for non-destructive testing is actively developing.” „According to a study conducted by MarketsandMarkets, a company specializing in business research on various high-growth markets, advanced technologies and new applications, the total market for non-destructive testing instruments and services will reach $24.2 billion by the end of 2022,” the scientists said. .

As part of the project of the NTI Center, a robot will be developed, as well as an algorithm for three-dimensional automatic scanning of the profile of flat extended surfaces of products to automatically form the trajectory of the acoustic system, as well as an upgraded flaw detection system. The operator will be able to obtain information about product defects through the display built into the device. Also, the flaw detector will be able to generate a report and send it to the specified mail.

The scientists tested the flaw detector model, which showed the correctness of the developed technical solutions. „These solutions will be used for the next stages of development,” the authors of the project say. It is planned to create an experimental sample in 2024, the market price of the device has not yet been determined.

The main buyers will be United Engine Corporation, United Shipbuilding Corporation, United Aircraft Corporation, as well as companies producing composite products. There are no similar flaw detector scanners on the market, the developers conclude.

Ethan Andrews

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