Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Russia
*Corresponding author: Kirill Epifantsev, Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Russia
Submission: March 16, 2018; Published: April 03, 2018
ISSN 2639-0574Volume1 Issue1
The development of non-destructive testing in Saint-Petersburg State University of aerospace instrumentation (SUAI) is reflected in the appearance of new terms that are used in practice, scientific papers and technical descriptions. Non-destructive control increasingly contacts with adjacent areas involved in assessing the actual technical condition of the facilities, determining the possibility of their further operation and the terms of safe operation (resource problem). In this paper, the methods of non-destructive testing of industrial objects, as well as various types of this method, such as magnetic, electric, which are used to create new laboratory work in the educational process.
Table 1: Materials and Methods in SUAI.
The main methods of nondestructive testing are in Table 1
When studying these methods of monitoring to visualize the parameters of the installation, for students there were weighted similar stands in the National Instruments environment. This allows you to automate the research process and significantly save money for the research period Figure 1.
Figure 1: An example of a created measuring virtual instrument Non-destructive methods in Lab View.
The software allows simulating methods for diagnostics on the basis of application of virtual measuring instruments with minimal systematic error. This creates ideal conditions for the creation of new technologies in the field of innovation and the development of tools for express diagnostics of most technological processes.
The results of this work were marked on the Competition for the best scientific work about Earth (Tomsk Polytechnic University, 2012); Grant Competition of scientific works of graduate students (Government of St. Petersburg, 2012); Grant of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD 2012); The grant for young scientists (Government of St. Petersburg, 2017).