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The course aims to impart a knowledge of all current Non-destructive Evaluation (NDE) techniques used by industry for defect and material characterisation. The coverage starts with basic physical concepts, moving on to systems and practices and ends with current research challenges. A second part of the course covers Fracture Mechanics concepts for safe life prediction for engineering materials and the concept of reliability for safety critical components.
|UCL Credits/ECTs||0.5 / 7.5|
|Taught by||Prof Nader Saffari (60%) Module Coordinator|
|Prof Mohan Edirisinghe (40%)|
Students considering registering for this course would normally be expected to have completed an intermediate course in materials science and an introductory course in mechanics of materials, e.g. MECH2011 and MECH1006.
Lecture presentations, tutorial classes and two laboratory classes.
The course has the following assessment components:
To pass this course, students must: