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10th European Conference on

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
VOLUME 1

PLENARY SESSION

1 Nanotechnologies and Nanodiagnostics (Russia) .................................................................................................................................... N/A


Alferov Zh. I.
2 EFNDT Positioning in European Quality Infrastructure (Croatia) .......................................................................................................... 1
Krstelj V.
3 Diagnostics of Object State and Monitoring of Risks during Implementation of Large-Scale Projects (Russia) ................................ 3
Makhutov N. A.
4 ICNDT Activities in the Field of International NDT Certification (United Kingdom) ........................................................................... 4
Farley J. M.
5 Prospects of Mobile Computed Tomography (Germany)........................................................................................................................... 5
Ewert U., Redmer B.
5 Thermal Non-Destructive Testing: Short History, State-of-the-Art and Trends (Russia)...................................................................... 6
Vavilov V.

SECTION 1. TECHNOGENIC DIAGNOSTIC

SECTION 1.1 MAGNETIC METHODS

1.1.1. Physical Basics and Industrial Applications of 3MA Micromagnetic Multiparameter Microstructure And
Stress Analysis (Germany) .............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Dobmann G.
1.1.2. Parameter Storage for Complex Magnetic Particle Testing Machines (Germany)........................................................................ 23
Deutsch A. K. W., Weber W., Bartholomai F., Herkenrath D.
1.1.3. Prediction of Surface Residual Stresses in Butt-Welded Steel Plates by Magnetic Barkhausen Noise Analysis
(Turkey) ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 31
Yelbay I., Cam I., Gur H.
1.1.4. Evaluation of Mechanical Stresses in Structural Steels by Distribution of Critical Magnetic Fields (Russia)........................... 37
Gorkunov E. S., Zadvorkin S.M., Yakushenko E. I., Mushnikov A. N.
1.1.5. Assessment of Microstructure and Texture Evolution during Recovery and Recrystallization by Magnetic
Methods (Spain)................................................................................................................................................................................................ 44
Martinez-De-Guerenu A., Gurruchaga K., Arizti F.
1.1.6. Magnetic Methods of Steel Pipes Testing in the Process of their Production and Exploitation (Russia).................................... 45
Sherbinin V. E.
1.1.7. Increase in Sensitivity of Residual Magnetisation to Structure of Products Made of Ferromagnetic Materials
(Belarus) ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 46
Sandomirsky S. G.
1.1.8. Control of Welded Joints Heat Treatment Quality by Stray Magnetic Fields (Russia)................................................................. 56
Panin V. I., Shulatov A. V.
1.1.9. Coercivity Metering as the Basic Method of a Non-Destructive Testing of Fatigue and as the Priority Method
in the Diagnostic Set (Russia, Ukraine).......................................................................................................................................................... 57
Bezlyudko G. Ya., Yolkina Ye. I., Solomakha R. N., Popov B. Ye.
1.1.10. New Approach to Fatigue Damage Evaluation via Barkhausen Noise (Belarus) ........................................................................ 61
Vengrinovich V. L., Busco V. N.
1.1.11. Stationary and Mobile Magnetic Particle Testing by the Example of Pipes and Railway Wheels Inspection
(Germany) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 65
Riess N., Ivankov A., Singayevskaya T.
1.1.12. Modern Magnetic Particle Flaw Detectors (Russia)........................................................................................................................ 74
Shelikhov G. S.
1.1.13. Totals of the Metal Magnetic Memory Method Introduction in Russia, Poland and Other Countries
(Russia) .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 76
Kolokolnikov S., Dubov An.
1.1.14. Creep Damage Evaluation of CR-MO Steel by Magnetic NDE Techniques (India) ................................................................... 80
Mitra A., Mohapatra J. N., Panda A. K.
1.1.15. Giant Magneto-Impedance Behaviour of a Nanostructured Material for Application in NDE Based Sensing
Device (India) .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 81
Sarkar P., Pal S. K., Roy R. K., Panda A. K., Mitra A.
1.1.16. Extreme Low Frequency Magnetic Imagining Method for Detection of Defect Inside Welding Parts of Iron
Plate (Japan) ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 82
Tsukada K., Hasegawa T., Yoshioka M., Kiwa T., Inoue K
1.1.17. Software-Hardware Complex for Automatic Recognition of Continuity Defects during Magnetic Particle
Testing (Russia) ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 94
Bakunov A. S., Kudryavtsev D.A., Zagidulin R. V.
1.1.18. Statistical Diagnostic Model for Defect Parameters Reconstruction in MFL Non-Destructive Testing
(Russia) .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 99
Slesarev D. A., Barat V. A.
1.1.19. Numerical Investigation of Local Circular Magnetization of Round Rolled Metal in Magnetic Testing
(Ukraine).......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 102
Halchenko Y. Ya., Ostapuschenko D. L., Vorobyov M. A.
1.1.20. Magnetic Testing of Stresses and Strains in Areas of Structural Heterogeneities in Steel Articles (Russia)........................... 108
Gorkunov E. S, Mitropolskaya S. Yu., Mushnikov A. N.
1.1.21. Magnetic Testing of Structure of the Cast-Iron Products: Possibilities and Results (Belarus)................................................. 113
Sandomirsky S. G.
1.1.22. Coercimeters with a Movable (Rolling) Sensor (Russia, Ukraine) ............................................................................................... 123
Bezlyudko G. Ya., Zakharov V. A., Solomakha R. N.
1.1.23. Specific Vamgentic Energy of Material as Parameter for Selection of Method of Magnetic Particle Testing
(Russia) ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 127
Tarasenkov G. A.
1.1.24. Relation of the Magnetic Properties of Control-Rolled Pipe Steel to its Structural Anisotropy, Internal
Stresses and Damage (Russia) ....................................................................................................................................................................... 129
Gorkunov E. S., Mitropolskaya S. Y., Zadvorkin S. M., Shershneva L. S., Vichuzhanin D. I., Tuyeva E. A.
1.1.25. Optimization of a Design and Parameters Geometrically Similar Magneto-Inductive Transducers with the
External Ferromagnetic Cover with Use of a Method of Final Elements (Russia) ................................................................................. 138
Potapov A. I., Syasko V. A., Ivkin A. E
1.1.26. Development and Automation of NDT Magnetic Particle Technique (Russia)........................................................................... 147
Fedyukovich G. I.
1.1.27. Simple and Precise Interpolating Formulas for Calculating the Central Demagnetization Coefficient for
Ferromagnetic Bodies (Belarus) ................................................................................................................................................................... 150
Sandomirsky S. G.
1.1.28. Problems of Data Analysis Automation in MFL Nondestructive Testing (Russia) ................................................................... 162
Slesarev D. A.
1.1.29. Innovative Magneto-Inductive Systems for Metallic Ropes (Italy) ............................................................................................. 165
Canova A., Ficili F., Rossi D., Sciacca F., Vusini B.
1.1.30. Magnetic Testing of Mechanical Properties Microalloyed Hardened Cold-Rolled Sheet Steels after
Annealing (Belarus)........................................................................................................................................................................................ 172
Matyuk V., Osipov A., Piunov V.
1.1.31. Thickness Measuring of Nickel Coatings on Steels with Various Magnetic Properties (Belarus) ............................................ 180
Lukhvich A. A., Bulatov O. V., Lukyanov A. L., Polonevich A. A.
1.1.32. Magneto-Dynamic Method of Separate Control of a Thickness of Double-Side Ceramic-Metal Coatings
(Belarus) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 185
Lukhvich A. A., Shukevich A. K., Kremenkova N. V., Lukyanov A. L.
1.1.33. Magnetooptic Flaw Detection of Subsurface Layers of Ferromagnetic Products (Ukraine).................................................... 192
Troitskiy V. A., Posypaiko Iu. M., Agalidi Yu. S., Leviy S. V.
1.1.34. The Magneto-Dynamic Method and Gauges for Two-Layer Coatings Testing (Belarus) ........................................................ 200
Lukhvich A. A., Lukyanov A. L., Bulatov O. V., Polonevich A. A.
1.1.35. Pulsed Magnetic Multiparameter Analyzer IMA-M (Belarus).................................................................................................... 205
Matyuk V., Melgui M., Pinchukov D., Osipov A.
1.1.36. Application of Magnetic Methods for Structural-Phase Analysis and Evaluation of Article Service Life
(Russia) ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 213
Gorkunov E. S.
1.1.37. Effect of Structure of Nickel Alloys on their Magnetic Permeability Value (Russia)................................................................ 220
Sandovskiy V. A., Uvarov A. I., Vildanova N. F., Anufrieva E. I., Filippov Yu. I.
1.1.38. Device with Advanced Facilities for Non-Destructive Testing of Mechanical Properties of Concrete
(Belarus) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 232
Matsulevich O. V., Kren A. P., Rudnitsky V. A.

SECTION 1.2 ELECTROMAGNETIC METHODS

1.2.1. Improvements in Eddy Current Technology (USA, Canada) ........................................................................................................ 235


Roes U., Jankowski D., Bureau J. F.
1.2.2. Regularized Eddy Current Tomographic Reconstruction Based on Finite Element Forward Model (France,
Canada)............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 236
Trillin A., Paul N., Girard A., Sirois F., Goussard Y., Idizer J.
1.2.3. Modern Methods of Improvement of Efficiency and Trustworthiness of Flaw-Detection Eddy-Current
Automated Online Testing of High-Volume Metal Products (Russia) ..................................................................................................... 246
Fedosenko Yu. K.
1.2.4. Quality Control of Complex Structure Dielectric Materials by Non-Destructive Testing Electrodischarge
Frequent Method (Latvia, Russia)................................................................................................................................................................ 259
Kozharinov Val. Vi., Kozharinov Vi. Val.
1.2.5. Metamaterials a Challenge for Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation (Romania, USA)............................................... 261
Grimberg R., Udpa L., Savin A., Steigmann R., Andreescu A., Bruma A., Leitoiu S., Udpa S. S.
1.2.6. Defect Characterization in Tailor Welded Blanks Using an Eddy Current and Harmonic Flux Leakage
Integration (Spain) ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 272
Pineiro E., Vidal F., Mato J. L., Besteiro R., Varela R., Rodriguez M. J., Meizoso F.
1.2.7. Low Frequency Eddy Current Arrays with Video Clock (Germany)............................................................................................ 289
Mook G., Michel F., Simonin J., Rost P.
1.2.8. Developments in NDT of Friction Stir Welding Using Eddy Currents (Portugal) ...................................................................... 299
Santos T. G., Vilaca P., Rosado L., Piedade M., Ramos P. M.
1.2.9. Eddy Current Tools for Education and Innovation (Germany) ..................................................................................................... 305
Mook G., Simonin J.
1.2.10. Expansion of Possibilities of Eddy-Current Detection Due to Application of Multi-Frequency Testing
Method (Russia).............................................................................................................................................................................................. 313
Efimov A. G., Shubochkin A. E.
1.2.11. Methods of Electric Control Friction Pairs: Modern Achievements and Development Prospects (Russia)........................... 319
Podmasteriev K. V., Pakholkin E. V., Mishin V. V.
1.2.12. Application of Eddy Currents to the Estimation of Stress Corrosion Damage (Italy) ............................................................... 321
Sangirardi M., Carboni M.
1.2.13. Quantitative Evaluation of Bi-Axial Stress in Steels: Inverse Problem Solution (Belarus) ....................................................... 331
Vengrinovich V. L., Dmitrovich D. V.
1.2.14. Flexible and Array Eddy Current Probes for the Inspection of Complex Parts (France)......................................................... 337
Marchand B., Decitre J., Casula O.
1.2.15. Eddy Current Inspection of Steel Castings with Roughly Finished Surfaces (Ukrain, Russia) ................................................ 345
Uchanin V., Lutcenko G., Dshaganjan A., Nikonenko A.
1.2.16. Simulation of Eddy Current Testing of Steam Generator Tubes in the Proximity of Support Plates
Quatrefoil-Shaped Holes with an Hybrid Finite FE-VIM Model (France) ............................................................................................. 349
Paillard S., Skarlatos A., Pichenot G., Cattiaux G., Sollier T.
1.2.17. Using Nondestructive Eddy Current Technique as a Tool for Quality Control of Carburized Steels (Iran).......................... 357
Kashefi T. M., Sheikh A. M.
1.2.18. Online Acquisition of Mechanical Material Properties of Sheet Metal for the Prediction of Product Quality
by Eddy Current (Switzerland) .................................................................................................................................................................... 363
Heingartner J., Born M., Hora P.
1.2.19. The Application of Eddy Current Section in Automated System for Combined Railway Rolling Stock Axles
Inspection (Ukraine, Russia) ......................................................................................................................................................................... 370
Uchanin V., Lutcenko G., Dshaganjan A., Opanasenko A.
1.2.20. The Inductance of Matrix Eddy-Current Transducers Calculation of Movings (Russia) ......................................................... 377
Merkulov A. I., Lavrov A. U., Merkulov B. A., Haliullina I. R.
1.2.21. The Calculation Model of EDT Signals for Superficial and Subsurface Cracks Control (Ukraine) ........................................ 380
Tyupa I. V.
1.2.22. Study of Method for Testing Internal Layers of Ferromagnetic Objects and Development of an Instrument
to Implement this Method Using Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Field (Russia) ................................................................................ 384
Fedosenko Yu. K., Makhov V.M.
1.2.23. Eddy-Current Testing of Quality of Chrome-Nickel Coatings Produced during Gas-Powder Laser Cladding
and Subsequent Stabilizing Annealing (Russia).......................................................................................................................................... 385
Makarov A. V., Gorkunov E. S., Malygina I. Yu., Kogan L. Kh., Savrai R.A.
1.2.24. Electromagnetic Evaluation of the Concentration of Hydrogen Diffused in Zirconium Alloy Used in PHWR
(Romania, Argentina) .................................................................................................................................................................................... 393
Grimberg R., Savin A., Bruma A., Steigmann R., Ruch M.
1.2.25. Calculation and Experimental Verification of Model of EDT (Russia) ....................................................................................... 400
Gorkunov B. M.
1.2.26. Methods of Selection of Frequency for Electromagnetic Field of Eddy-Current Transformer with U-Type
Core by its Interaction with a Tested Ferromagnetic Specimen (Ukraine) ............................................................................................. 403
Martynov V. V., Trushakov D. V.
1.2.27. Combined Testing of Ferromagnetic Objects Based on Eddy-Current, Magnetic and Electric Potential
Methods (Russia) ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 409
Klyuev S. V., Shkatov P. N.
1.2.28. Principles of Electromagnetic Computer Methods during Selective Measurement and Testing of Magnetic
Parameters and Dimensions of Ferromagnetics (Belarus) ........................................................................................................................ 410
Zatsepin N. N.
1.2.29 Eddy-Current Method of Selective Non-Destructive Testing of Geometrical, Electro-Physical and Thermal
Parameters of Multi-Layer, Thin-Sheet Articles of Metal-Dielectric Type (Russia).......................................................................... 412
Klyuev S. V.

SECTION 1.3. ULTRASONIC METHODS

1.3.1. Development Prospects of Acoustic Testing Methods (Russia)....................................................................................................... 413


Aleshin N. P.
1.3.2. Sizing the Height of Discontinuities, their Characterisation in Planar / Volumetric by Phased Array
Technique Based on Diffracted Echoes (Italy) ............................................................................................................................................ 414
Nardoni G., Certo M., Nardoni P., Feroldi M., Nardoni D., Possenti L., Filosi A., Quetti S.
1.3.3. TOFD, Phased Array Technique for the Detection of Small Transverse Crack in 300 mm Thickness Welds in
CuMoVn steel (Italy)...................................................................................................................................................................................... 425
Nardoni G., Certo M., Nardoni P., Feroldi M., Nardoni D.
1.3.4. Demonstration of the Application of the Total Focusing Method to the Inspection of Steel Welds (Germany) ...................... 427
Jobst M., Conolly G. D.
1.3.5. Testing Integrity of Manual Phased Array Ultrasonic Inspection (Israel) .................................................................................... 438
Passi G.
1.3.6. Ultrasonic Tomography of Metals Using the Sampling Focus Method (Russia) ......................................................................... 439
Samokrutov A. A., Shevaldykin V. G.
1.3.7. Investigation of 2D Matrix Array Possibilities, Challenges to be Solved for their Design and
Characterisation (France) ............................................................................................................................................................................. 441
Ruch V., Wilm M., Walter J., Fleury G., Poguet J., Dumas Ph.
1.3.8. Evaluation of a New Approach for The Inspection of Austenitic Dissimilar Welds Using Ultrasonic phased
Array Techniques (United Kingdom)........................................................................................................................................................... 442
Carpentier C., Nageswaran Ch., Tse Y. Y.
1.3.9. Investigation of the Transducer Arrays for Long Range Ultrasonics (Lithuania) ...................................................................... 445
Mazeika L., Kazys R., Maciulevicius A.
1.3.10. Estimation of Structural-Phase Condition of Welded Joints by Spectral-Acoustic Method (Russia) ..................................... 447
Smirnov A. N., Muraviev V. V., Folmer S. V., Ababkov N. V.
1.3.11. 3D Weld Visualization Using Manual Phased Array (Germany) ................................................................................................ 448
Berke M., Renzel P.
1.3.12. Impact of Elements Sensitivity and Pulse Excitation on Phased Array Imaging (Canada) ..................................................... 458
Blanchet M.-A., Cotton K.
1.3.13. Rayleigh Wave Velocity Dispersion for Characterization of Surface Treated Aero Engine Alloys
(Germany) ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 467
Koehler B., Barth M., Bamberg J., Baron H.-U.
1.3.14. Phased Arrays for General Weld Inspections (Canada)............................................................................................................... 477
Moles M.
1.3.15. Application and Simulation of Advanced Ultrasonic Array Techniques (France)..................................................................... 486
Le Ber L., Roy O., Reverdy F., Mahaut S.
1.3.16. Automated Ultrasonic Systems Development Technology for the Welded Joints and Main Metal Inspection
(Russia) ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 492
Vopilkin A. Kh., Tikhonov D. S.
1.3.17. UT-Inspection of the CRDMH with an Optimized Phased Array Probe and the Additional Determination
of Ligaments with SAFT (Germany)............................................................................................................................................................ 503
Wolfsgruber F., Schaefer H., Mohr F., Boewe M., Eggers H.
1.3.18. Quantitave Characterisation of Complex Defects Using Two-Dimensional Ultrasonic Arrays (United
Kingdom) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 504
Velichko A., Wilcox P. D.
1.3.19. Testing of Hexagonal and Other Edge Profiled Materials by Using Ultrasonic Phased Array Probes
Arranged Annularly (Germany)................................................................................................................................................................... 512
Rosemeyer G., Lingenberg D.
1.3.20. Development of Pipeline Girth Weld Inspection Using Ultrasonic Phased Arrays (Iran)......................................................... 530
Amirkhorso M., Rashed G., Sodagar S.
1.3.21. An SH Wave Array for Ultrasonic Crack Monitoring at High Temperatures (>500 C) (United Kindom)............................ 531
Cegla F., Davies J.
1.3.22. Industrial Application of Real-Time 3D Imaging by Sampling Phased Array (Germany, India) ............................................ 532
Bulavinov A., Pinchuk R., Pudovikov S., Walte F., Reddy K. M.
1.3.23. Automated Evaluation for TOFD (Netherlands) ........................................................................................................................... 541
Van Den Bigellaar A., Deleye X., Chougrani K., Gisolf A., Dijkstra F.
1.3.24. Importance of Ultrasonic Testing in Addition to Encircling Eddy Current Testing for Condenser Tubes of
Power Stations (France)................................................................................................................................................................................. 552
Bisiaux B., Guo X., Gerard P.
1.3.25. Ultrasonic Nondestructive Testing of Complex Components with Flexible Phased-Array Transducers ............................... 558
Casula O., Toullelan G., Roy O., Dumas Ph.
1.3.26. Recent Progress in Phased Array UT Inspection through Complex and Wavy Surfaces (Canada) ....................................... 567
Maes G., Turgeon S., Reilly D., Tremblay P.
1.3.27. Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing of Heavy-Wall Seamless Tubes by Means of a Testing Portal (Germany)........................ 577
Deutsch A. K. W., Joswig M., Maxam K., Nitsche S., Vahe M., Pichard P., Deutsch S.
1.3.28. Compas-XXL A Novel Phased Array System with Extended Capabilities (Germany) ......................................................... 587
Schenk G., Ploigt R., Dohse E., Bauer L., Deutsch A. K. W.
1.3.29. Application of 2D Arrays for Ultrasonic Tube Inspection (France)............................................................................................. 594
Bisiaux B., Noel B., Nourrit N., Nitsche S.
1.3.30. Long Range Guided Wave Inspection Current Defect Sizing Capabilities and Future Prospects (United
Kingdom) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 601
Cawley P., Ma J.
1.3.31. Reliability of Guided Wave Ultrasonic Testing (United Kingdom) ............................................................................................. 602
Evans M., Vogt T.
1.3.32. Flaw Detection with Guided Waves Using Phased Array Technique (Germany) ..................................................................... 611
Prager J., Hoever C., Brekow G., Kreutzbruck M.
1.3.33. 3D Characterization of Defects in Guided Wave Monitoring of Pipework Using a Magnetostrictive Sensor
(Italy)................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 621
Bertoncini F., Raugi M., Turcu F., Oprea C.
1.3.34. Guided Wave Experience in the Requalification of the Heating Network of Brescia City (Italy) ........................................... 631
Nardoni G., Certo M.
1.3.35. Experimental Results of Guided Wave Travel Time Tomography (Netherlands) ..................................................................... 641
Volker A. W. F., Bloom J. G. P.
1.3.36. Permanently Installed Transducers for Guided Wave Monitoring of Pipelines (United Kingdom) ........................................ 649
Evans M., Vine K.
1.3.37. Used of Ultrasonic Guided Waves on Inspecting Heat Exchangers Made with Ferromagnetic Material
Tubes (Spain, Portugal) ................................................................................................................................................................................. 655
Boynard C., Carvalho M., Real I., Montejano A. G., Perez S., Soto A.
1.3.38. Method and Technology of Diagnostics of Pipeline Systems by Guided Low-Frequency Ultrasonic Waves .......................... 656
Paton B. E., Troitskiy V. A., Bondarenko A. I.
1.3.39. Inverse Problem for Material Analysis by Ultrasound (Algeria)................................................................................................. 663
Bettayeb F.
1.3.40. Single Crystal Turbine Blade Inspection Using a 2D Ultrasonic Array (United Kingdom) ..................................................... 664
Lane C. J. L., Dunhill A. K.
1.3.41. Technology and Equipment for Acoustic Testing the Extended Objects of Oil-Extracting Industry (Russia) ...................... 671
Budenkov G., Korobeynikova O., Strizhak V., Pryahin A.
1.3.42. Reflection of Linearly Polarized Shear Waves from the Statistically Rough Surface of Cracks (Russia) .............................. 677
Shcherbinskii V. G., Danilov V. N.
1.3.43. Non-Contact Air-Coupled Ultrasonic Measurement of Geometry Parameters of Metallic Structures
(Ukraine).......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 686
Rybitsky I., Karpash O., Yavorsky A., Karpash M., Koturbash T. T.
1.3.44. The Use of Pseudo-Defects in Validation of Ultrasonic Structural-Health-Monitoring Technologies
(Belgium) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 690
Pfeiffer H., Pitropakis I., Wevers M
1.3.45. Mechanism of Detection of Discontinuities in Pipelines by Ultrasonic Guides Waves ............................................................... 697
Bondarenko A. I.
1.3.46. New Computer Aided Material Microstructure Characterization Method for Ultrasonic NDT (Algeria) ............................. 701
Bettayeb F.
1.3.47. Monitoring of Fatigue in Composites Using Air-Coupled Guided Waves (Germany).............................................................. 702
Rheinfurth M., Doring D., Gehrig F., Solodov I., Busse G.
1.3.48. UMASIS, an Analysis and Visualization Tool for Developing and Optimizing Ultrasonic Inspection
Techniques (Netherlands).............................................................................................................................................................................. 712
Volker A. W. F., Bloom J. G. P.
1.3.49. Modularization of Electronics and Mechanics in Automatic Ultrasonic Material Testing Systems Presented
in Practical Applications (Germany)............................................................................................................................................................ 719
Ballmann H., Schmeisser M., Bantle A., Vetterer R.
1.3.50. Air-Coupled Ultrasonic Lamb Waves for Process Monitoring (Germany)................................................................................ 732
Doring D., Siegmund F., Rheinfurth M., Solodov I., Busse G., Haberstroh E.
1.3.51. Nonlinear Ultrasonic NDT for Early Defect Recognition and Imaging (Germany) .................................................................. 734
Solodov I., Busse G., Krohn N.
1.3.52. Ultrasonic Testing and Flaw Characterization (Canada)............................................................................................................. 759
Karpelson A.
1.3.53. Algorithms and Software Development for Welds Automated Ultrasonic Inspection Basing on Phased
Arrays (Russia) ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 774
Bazulin A. E., Bazulin E. G., Kokolev S. A., Samarin P. F.
1.3.54. Subsurface Residual Stress Measurement in Friction Stir Welding Using the Critically Refracted
Longitudinal (LCR) Ultrasonic Wave (Iran)................................................................................................................................................. 785
Riahi M., Nazari H. R., Farahpour H.
1.3.55. Manual Phased Array Ultrasonic Techniques for Pipe Weld Inspection in Nuclear Power Plants (France,
USA) ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 787
Delannoy L., Hayes P., Poirier J.

VOLUME 2

1.3.56. Phased Arrays for Conventional Markets the EPOCH 1000i (Canada).................................................................................. 793
Flanagan C., Moles M.
1.3.57. Advanced Method for Ultrasonic Probe Characterization (Belgium).......................................................................................... 801
Plateau M., Delaide M., Chardome V., Cruysweegs E., Cermak J., Leemans F.
1.3.58. POD Generator Project: a Numerical Assessment of the Inspection of Fatigue Cracks Using TOFD
(Germany, Netherlands) ................................................................................................................................................................................ 814
Bloom J. G. P., Volker A. W. F.
1.3.59. FAAST Fast Automated Angle Scan Technique (France).......................................................................................................... 823
Coperet Ph.
1.3.60. Bearing Raceway Surface Inspection via Ultrasonic spectroscopy (Iran) ................................................................................... 824
Riahi M., Farahpour H., Ghadirian A.
1.3.61. On Comparability of Results of Echo-Pulse Ultrasonic Flaw Detection (Russia)...................................................................... 827
Panin V. I.
1.3.62. Features of the Ultrasonic Waves Reflection from Inhomogeneous Boundary of Contacting Solids (Belarus)..................... 828
Baev A. R., Mayorov A. L., Asadchaya M. V.
1.3.63. The Application of Ultrasonic Testing for Coating Layer Bonding of Copper Mold (China).................................................. 837
Chen P.-K.
1.3.64. The Ideal Angle Beam Probe for DGS Evaluation (Germany) ..................................................................................................... 841
Kleinert W., Oberdorfer Y., Splitt G.
1.3.65. Fast Numerical Calculations of 3-D Phased Array Wave Fields based on Transient Point Source Synthesis ........................ 856
Schubert F., Lamek B.
1.3.66. long-range Fields of Internal Stress and Estimation by Spectral-Acoustic Method (Russia).................................................... 866
Smirnov A. N., Muravyov V. V., Folmer S. V., Ababkov N. V., Glinka A. S.
1.3.67. Methods of Excitation, Features of Propagation and Fields of Application of Ultrasonic Normal Waves in
Flaw Detection (Russia) ................................................................................................................................................................................. 874
Bobrov V.T.
1.3.68. Structural Noise as an Infomativ Parameter at the Ultrasonic Nondestructive testing ............................................................ 882
Kachanov V. K., Sokolov I. V., Voronkova L. V., Kartashev V. G., Rodin A. B.
1.3.69. Informative Opportunities of Wave Processes at the Boundary of Solid Mediums in Conditions of Broken
Acoustic Contact (Russia).............................................................................................................................................................................. 891
Abbakumov K. E., Konovalov R. S., Britvin V. A.
1.3.70. A Three-Dimensional Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing Technique (Japan) ............................................................................. 893
Kitazawa S., Kono N., Baba A., Adachi Y., Odakura H.
1.3.71. C-Scan Ultrasonic Evaluation of Al/Ti Brazed Joint (India)........................................................................................................ 898
Murthy G. V. S., Sridhar G., Kumar A., Jaykumar T.
1.3.72. New Aspects of Excitation and Propagation of Subsurface Longitudinal and Transverse Waves (Belarus) ......................... 908
Baev A. R., Asadchaya M. V., Konovalov G. E.
1.3.73. The Design of Mobile Wheel Ultrasonic Inspection System Based on the Phased Array Ultrasonic
Technology (China) ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 916
Peng J., Wang Li, Gao X., Wang Z., Zhao Q., Zhang Yu, Peng C., Yang K.
1.3.74. Methods and Means of Ultrasonic Inspection (USI) of Welded Joints with Acoustic Contact Level Tracking
and Evaluation of the Nature and Actual Characteristics of Flaws ......................................................................................................... 922
Shcherbakov O., Petrov A., Polevoy A., Annenkov A.
1.3.75. Real Implementation of Ultrasonic Phased Array Technology Using Advanced Signal Processing
Algorithms (Czech Republic) ........................................................................................................................................................................ 929
Starman S.
1.3.76. Long Range Ultrasonic Testing for Industrial Applications (United Kingdom)......................................................................... 935
Gharaibeh Y., Mudge P., Balachandran W.
1.3.77. Theoretical and Experimental Ultrasonic Investigation of General Corrosion and Erosion in Construction
(Bulgaria)......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 936
Mihovski M., Mirchev Y., Chukachev P.
1.3.78. Improvement of Characteristic of Electro Magnetic Acoustic Transducer................................................................................. 944
Suchkov G. M., Kelin A. A.
1.3.79. Development of Long Length Items Testing Using Contact and Non-Contact Methods (Ukraine) ......................................... 945
Suchkov G. M., Nozdracheva E. L.
1.3.80. Modernized Reference Installation for Measuring and Reproduction of Amplitude of Ultrasonic
Oscillations of Solid Body Surface and Electroacoustic Transformation Coefficient (Russia) ............................................................. 949
Baksheev V. G., Panin V. I., Trotsenco V. P., Shulatov A. V.
1.3.81. Improvement of the Near-Field Resolution of Ultrasound Probes (Germany) .......................................................................... 951
Milmann B., Mielentz F., Krause M., Mayer K.
1.3.82. E-Rota (France) .................................................................................................................................................................................. 952
Coperet Ph.
1.3.83. Ultrasonic Wave Propagation in Materials with Mechanical Stresses (Bulgaria) ...................................................................... 953
Ivanova Y., Mihovski M., Partalin T.
1.3.84. Directivity Diagram Analysis of Direct One-Element Longitudinal Wave EMA Transducer for Thickness
Measurements (Russia).................................................................................................................................................................................. 962
Alekhin S. G.
1.3.85. New Possibilities of Application of Dgs-Diagrams in Ultrasonic Inspection by Means of System ARD-
UNIVERSAL (Russia) ................................................................................................................................................................................. 963
Voronkov V. A., Voronkov I. V.
1.3.86. Visualization of Sound Propagation in Solids Using Electrodynamic Probes (Germany) ........................................................ 964
Volz U., Mrasek H., Matthies K., Kreutzbruck M.
1.3.87. Phase Velocity Method for Lamb Waves in Pulse Echoes (Spain, Venezuela, Cuba) ................................................................ 972
Moreno E., Otero R., Rubio B., Galarza N., Otero J.
1.3.88. Modern Electro-Magnetic Acoustic Ultrasonic Thickness (Russia, Bulgaria) ............................................................................ 980
Razigraev A., Razigraev N., Bezlyudko G. Ya., Ponomarev S., Mihovski M., Mirchev Y.
1.3.89. Combined Acousto-Magnetic Methods of Non-Destructive Testing as a New Quality of Flaw Detection and
Expansion of the NDT Application Field (Ukraine) ................................................................................................................................... 981
Malynka S. A.
1.3.90. Features of software implementation of wireless technologies for acoustic analysis instruments (Russia) ............................. 983
Patrakeev N. V., Potapov I. A., Potapov A. I., Makhov V. E.
1.3.91. Ultrasonic Inspection of Thick Parts with Phased Array Dynamic Focusing (China)............................................................... 986
Liang J., Wang Z., Shi Y.

SECTION 1.4. RADIOLOGY AND RADIOGRAPHY METHODS

1.4.1. Application of the Digital Radiography in Weld Inspection of Gas and Oil Pipelines (Brazil, Germany) ............................... 993
Oliveira D. F., Moreira E. V., Silva A. S. S., Rabello J. M. B., Lopes R. T., Pereira M. S., Zscherpel U.
1.4.2. Advancements in Digital Radiography: CR, DR, and DICONDE (Belgium, USA) ................................................................... 1004
Boiy L., Cuscino R.
1.4.3. Feasibility Study of X-Ray Diffraction for a Portable Inspection System (France) ................................................................... 1011
Peterzol A., Duvauchelle P., Kaftandjian V., Ponard P.
1.4.4. Technical Highlights for NDT Digital Radiography (X-Ray) Inspection (Israel) ....................................................................... 1021
Pick L., Pincu R., Kleinberger O.
1.4.5. Investigation of Spatial-Time Characteristics of Radiation Detectors Backscattering from the Multichannel
Collimator (Russia) ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1027
Belkin D. S., Kapranov B. I.
1.4.6. X-Ray Backscatter Imaging with a Novel Twisted Slit Collimator (Germany) .......................................................................... 1031
Osterloh K., Zscherpel U., Jechow M., Fratzscher D., Wrobel N., Ewert U.
1.4.7. Image Quality Assessment of Cr Systems (Germany).................................................................................................................... 1039
Beckmann J., Zscherpel U., Ewert U., Skerik M.
1.4.8. Two New Compensation Principles in Digital Industrial Radiology for Enhancement of Image Quality,
Efficiency and Industrial Acceptance (Germany) .................................................................................................................................... 1049
Ewert U., Zscherpel U., Jechow M., Beckmann J., Bavendiek K.
1.4.9. Scatter Radiation in Radiography (Germany)............................................................................................................................... 1051
Jaenisch G.-R., Ewert U., Jechow M.
1.4.10. Radiographic Testing Simulation with CIVA-RX - Assessment on Representative Nuclear Components ........................... 1060
Mathy F., Poidevin C., Cattiaux G., Sollier T.
1.4.11. Radiological Examination of Wood with Neutrons, Different Perspectives (Germany, Switzerland) ................................... 1068
Osterloh K., Jechow M., Fratzscher D., Wrobel N., Zscherpel U., Ewert U., Bucherl Th., Tannert Th., Hasenstab A.
1.4.12. Automating the X-Ray Inspection (Germany) ............................................................................................................................. 1077
Herold F., Kramm P., Adamczak U.
1.4.13. Digital Camera Usage in X-Ray Real Time Control of European Launchers Solid Rocket Motors.................................... 1093
Tosti E.
1.4.14. Development of X-Ray Microscopes of Submicron Resolution (Russia) .................................................................................. 1101
Gelever V. D., Manushkin A. A., Chakhlov S. V., Malyasov M. N.
1.4.15. Film Replacement by Digital Techniques Applied to Weld Inspection (Brazil)....................................................................... 1103
Marinho C. A., Rebello J. M. A., Lopes R. T.
1.4.16. Digital Radiography Cutting Edge Technology in Daily NDT Use (Israel)........................................................................... 1118
Pincu R., Dayan E., Kleinberger O.
1.4.17. Determination of the Spatial Resolved Relative Inner Surface Density by Using Orientation Angle
Dependent X-Ray Refracted Beam Imaging (Germany) ......................................................................................................................... 1129
Burtzlaff S., Weber J., Freisinger M., Firsching M., Hassler U., Uhlmann N., Hanke R.
1.4.18. Advancing Productivity in Portable X-Ray Inspection (Germany)........................................................................................... 1131
Sauerschnig M., Kiesel D., Boiy L.
1.4.19. Spatial Super- Resolution for Line Parallel Imaging in Energy Dispersive X-Ray Diffraction (France) ............................. 1141
Soulez F., Crespy C., Duvauchelle P., Kaftandjian V., Peterzol A., Ponard P.
1.4.20. Investigation of Relative Sensitivity X-Ray Television Systems on the Basis of High-Sensitivity CCD-
Cameras and X-Ray Monocrystal Screens (Ukraine) .............................................................................................................................. 1149
Belij N., Buchenskij V., Leshcishin A., Mikhailov S.
1.4.21. Choosing of the Right Microfocus X-Ray Source and Detectors (Russia) ................................................................................. 1156
Gilmore J., Orlov F.
1.4.22. Simulation Supported Reliability Analysis in Radiography (Germany)................................................................................... 1160
Jaenisch G.-R., Bellon C., Ewert U.
1.4.23. Design Practice of an Affordable Digital X-Ray Detector (Germany) ...................................................................................... 1173
Alekseychuk O., Fratzscher D., Zscherpel U., Ewert U.
1.4.24. Comparison Between X-Ray-Tube Based and Synchrotron Based CT (Germany).............................................................. 1174
Brunke O.
1.4.25. Automatic Measurements with Flexible Programmable X-Ray Image Evaluation Routines (Xe2) (Germany) ................... 1184
Neubrand T., Egert A.
1.4.26. Digital X-Ray Solutions for State of-the Art Radioscopic Testing of Weld Seams of Welded Steel Pipes
According to Din En Iso............................................................................................................................................................................... 1192
Beyer A., Lux H., Wustenbecker M.
1.4.27. Monte Carlo Simulating the Electron Emission from Surfaces of Objects Being under Radiation (Germany,
Russia)............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1207
Zhukovskiy M., Skachkov M., Jaenisch G.-R., Bellon C., Deresch A.
1.4.28. Practical Results of SKAT X-Ray Testing Complex with Unilateral Access (Russia).......................................................... 1217
Buklei A. A., Parshin I. A.
1.4.29. A Software Simulation Tool Dedicated to the Design and Evaluation of X-Ray Backscatter Systems
(France, Denmark) ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 1218
Rebuffel V., Tabary J., Rheinlaender J.
1.4.30. Scopes of Combined Application of Neutron and X-Ray Digital Radiography (Russia) ......................................................... 1229
Bogolyubov E. P., Mikerov V. I., Ozerov O. V.
1.4.31. X-Ray Thickness Gauges ................................................................................................................................................................ 1230
Artemiev B. V.
1.4.32. Exploitation the Potentialities of Neutron Diffraction for Non-Destructive Testing of Constructive Materials
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1233
Sumin V. V., Balagurov A. M., Bokuchava G. D., Papushkin I. V., Venter A. M.
1.4.33. Methods Diffraction X-Ray and Technology Applied to Nondestructive Testing of Jet Engines (Brazil)............................ 1243
Oliveira M. D., Torre A. C.
1.4.34. Contrast Gradient Determination in Digital Radiography to Optimize the Capability in Defect Dedection
(Italy, Albania) .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 1244
Nardoni G., Nardoni P., Sotja E.,
1.4.35. Small-Size Betatron for the Energy 2.5 MeV for Field Inspection (Russia, UK) ..................................................................... 1251
Volkov V. G., Zrelov Yu. D., Kasyanov V. A., Filimonov A. A., Chakhlov V. L., Shtein M. M., Marjoribanks P.
1.4.36. Grazing-Incidence Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering (GISAXS) for Studying Superlattices in Optoelectronic
Devices (Russia) ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 1256
Boiko M. E.
1.4.37. Electronic Components Non-Destructive Testing: Comparsion between Acoustic Microscopy and X-Ray
Analysis (Russia)........................................................................................................................................................................................... 1257
Yamshchikov Y., Molchanov K.
1.4.38. Microelectronic Device Inspection System (Russia) ..................................................................................................................... 1262
Chakhlov S. V., Lebedev M. B., Schetinkin S. A., Usachev E. Yu.
1.4.39. X-Ray Tomography: Form Micro to Nano (Russia) ................................................................................................................... 1265
Asadchikov V. E., Buzmakov A., Zolotov D.
1.4.40. Dual-Energy Dividing Method of the Early Detection of Microcalcifications in Mammography (Russia) .......................... 1267
Gorshkov V. A., Rozhkova N. I., Prokopenko S. P.
1.4.41. Multi-Electrode Heterogeneous Ionization Chambers for X-Ray Thickness Measurements (Russia) ................................. 1275
Artemiev B. V., Potapov V. N.
1.4.42. Software-Hardware Complex for Automated Processing and Archivation of KORS 2.0 (Russia) ....................................... 1276
Martynov S. A., Samoilov D. V.

SECTION 1.5. OPTICAL, INFRARED AND MICROWAVE TESTING

1.5.1. Infrared Thermographic Nondestructive Testing of Composite Materials: Determining Thermal Properties,
Detecting and Characterizing Hidden Defects (Russia)........................................................................................................................... 1278
Vavilov V.
1.5.2. Fusion of Two Illumination Techniques and Combination with One Data Processing Technique for
Inspection Small Boreholes (Germany) ..................................................................................................................................................... 1284
Caulier Y., Spinnler K., Arnold M., Posch A.
1.5.3. Corrosion Prevention by Detection of Corrosive Liquids by Optical Fibre Sensors (Germany)............................................. 1294
Patitsa M., Pfeiffer H., Wevers M.
1.5.4. Menu-Directed Inspection Software to Increase Productivity of Gas Turbine Video Borescope Inspections
(France, USA)................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1299
Delannoy L., Carthy M. M. C., Carr D.
1.5.5. Modern Techniques for Comprehensics Thermovision Control of Energy Efficiency and Quality of
Construction and Industrial ........................................................................................................................................................................ 1304
Budadin O. N., Troitskiy-Markov T. E.
1.5.6. Visualisation of Transport and Damage Processes in Different Materials by Laser Induced Active
Thermography (Germany) .......................................................................................................................................................................... 1319
Kramer A., Schlichting J., Pulz R., Nies D., Rollig M., Redmer B., Maierhofer Ch., Krankenhagen R.
1.5.7. Heat Transfer Modelling of Local Thermal Excitation for Surface Crack Detection and Characterization
(Germany) ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1329
Kervalishvili G. N., Schlichting J., Maierhofer Ch., Kreutzbruck M.
1.5.8. The Photothermal Camera Method Technology Update and Recent Results (France) ......................................................... 1339
Piriou M., Moreau C., Leyris M. P.
1.5.9. Use of Microwaves for the Detection of Corrosion under Insulation (United Kingdom) .......................................................... 1346
Jones R. E., Simonetti F., Lowe M. J. S., Bradley I. P.
1.5.10. Quantification of Damage Processeses at Surfaces and Interfaces of Building Structures Using Optical
Methods and Active Thermography (Germany)....................................................................................................................................... 1354
Krankenhagen R., Rollig M., Maierhofer Ch., Mecke R., Schiller M., Kalisch U., Meinhardt-Degen J., Mecke R., Hennen Ch.
1.5.11. TCi System for Non-Destructive Determination of Thermal Properties of Materials (Croatia) ........................................... 1364
Mikulic D., Milovanovic B.
1.5.12. New Directions of Creation of Modern Endoscopic Systems (Belarus) ..................................................................................... 1374
Usik V. N.
1.5.13. An Experimental Study of Sub-Surface Defects Detection of Bakelite Using Active Mode Thermography
(Malaysia, Russia)......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1376
Umar M. Z., Hamzah A. R., Vavilov V.
1.5.14. A Compact, Portable Wet Paint Thermal Wave Thickness Monitor (United Kingdom) ....................................................... 1381
Sargent J. P., Church S.
1.5.15. Experimental Comparison of Infrared Thermography, Holographic Interferometry and Acousto-
Ultrasonics on a Complex Sandwich Structure Sample (Italy, Canada, Greece) ................................................................................. 1392
Sfarra S., Bendada A., Ibarra-Castanedo C., Avdelidis N. P., Loutas T. H., Sotiriadis G., Kostopoulos V., Ambrosini D., Paoletti D.,
Maldague X.
1.5.16. Capability of Terahertz-Wave Instrumentation for Non-Destructive Testing of Liquids (Germany) .................................. 1406
Von Chrzanowski L. S., Beckmann J., Ewert U., Schade U., Marchetti B.
1.5.17. Infrared Thermography as an Estimator Technique of a Photovoltaic Module Performance via Operating
Temperature Measurements (Greece) ....................................................................................................................................................... 1414
Botsaris P. N., Tsanakas J. A.
1.5.18. Failure of Thin Organic Films: Electromagnetic Versus Electronic Techniques (Kuwait)..................................................... 1425
Habib K.
1.5.19. Thermal and Thermographical Modelling of the Rust Effect in Oil Conduits (Morocco) ...................................................... 1426
Laaidi N., Belattar S., Elballouti A.
1.5.20. Feature-Extraction from Lockin-Thermography Phase-Images (Germany) ........................................................................... 1434
Holtmann N., Spiessberger C., Gleiter A., Busse G.
1.5.21. Optical Non-Destructive Testing of Light Scattering Materials (Russia) .................................................................................. 1443
Potapov A. I., Klopov V. D.
1.5.22. Scientific Bases for Diagnostic Systems of Heat Control (Russia) ............................................................................................. 1446
Abramova E. V.
1.5.23. Features of Development and Application of Technologies of the Thermal Non-Destructive Testing in
Republic Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan) ........................................................................................................................................................... 1448
Toporov V. I., Menshik B. S., Amirbayev T. R., Axelrod V. J., Tukeyev U. A.
1.5.24. Solutions Alternative to Traditional Techniques in Non-Destructive Testing of Welded Joints (Ukraine)........................... 1456
Troitskiy V. A.
1.5.25. Study of Possibilities of Testing Systems on the Basis of Coherent Optical Methods under Digital Recording
Methods (Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1458
Potapov I. A., Makhov V. E.
1.5.26. Hardware and Technological Features of Fiber-Optic Probes of Displacements (Russia)...................................................... 1460
Potapov I. A.
1.5.27. Thermography in Ukraine: Ranges of Application and Results (Ukraine) ............................................................................... 1462
Storozhenko V., Meshkov S., Malyk S., Avedyan V.
1.5.28. Characterizing Cracks with Active Thermography (Germany) ................................................................................................. 1468
Schlichting J., Kervalishvili G. N., Maierhofer Ch., Kreutzbruck M.
1.5.29. Thermal Non-Destructive Characterization of the Spherical Defects in the Roadways (Maroc) ........................................... 1475
Elballouti A., Belattar S., Laaidi N.
1.5.30. A Study of the Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior According to the Load Change Using Infrared
Thermography (Korea)................................................................................................................................................................................ 1482
Kim K., Kim D., Hong D., Yang S., Choi M., Chang H., Jung H., Kee C.
1.5.31. A Comparison between 3D and 1D Numerical Simulation Models for Infrared Thermographic NDT
(China) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1484
Liu Y., Guo X., Guo G.
1.5.32. Development of Laser Non-Contact Measurement for Turbine Blade Profile (China) ........................................................... 1490
Yang D., Yang Q., Li S., Liu Y., Wang D.

SECTION 1.6. PENETRANT AND LEAK TESTING

1.6.1. Penetrant Testing and Year 2060 (France)...................................................................................................................................... 1494


Dubosc P., Chemin P.
1.6.2. Modern Requirements for Penetrant Testing Means (Sweden, Russia) ...................................................................................... 1505
Wramstedt K., Filinov M. V.
1.6.3. Penetrant Testing: Ability Extension and Sensitivity Evaluation (Belarus)................................................................................ 1506
Migoun N. P.
1.6.4. Optimal Schemes and Methods of Detecting Places of Leak (Russia)......................................................................................... 1508
Mjasnikov V. M., Sazhin S. G.
1.6.5. Research of Leak Detection Systems With Accumulative Membranes (Russia)........................................................................ 1515
Mjasnikov V. M., Sazhin S. G.
1.6.6. New Equipment for Mobile Penetrant Testing (Germany) .......................................................................................................... 1521
Riess N., Ivankov A., Singayevskaya T.
1.6.7. Penetrants with Cascade Luminescence in Luminescent Testing Method (Russia) .................................................................. 1528
Khrolova O. R., Tavrizova M. A., Ponomareva O. V., Komlev I. V.
1.6.8. Quantitative Estimation of Indicator Ability of Liquid Penetrants Using Pattern Analysis of Indications on
Test Bodies (Russia) ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 1531
Filinov M. V.
1.6.9. Estimation of Some Errors of Correlation Leakdetector and Ways of Their Reduction (Russia) .......................................... 1532
Ovchinnikov A. L., Lapshin B. M., Chekalin A. S.
1.6.10. Study and Development of Device for Localization of Leaks in Vacuum Systems (Russia) .................................................... 1538
Kostikov E. S., Mjasnikov V.M., Sazhin S. G.
1.6.11. Analysis of Modern Methods and Control Devices of Technological Installations Leakproofness and their
Classification (Russia).................................................................................................................................................................................. 1540
Sazhin S. G.
1.6.12. Signal Processing Methods for Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing Based on Bispectrum (China)............................................. 1550
Wu X., Xu J., Wang Y.

SECTION 1.7 ACOUSTIC EMISSION

1.7.1. Acoustic Emission Leak Detection of Buried Oil Pipelines, River and Road Crossings (Greece) ............................................ 1555
Kourousis D., Bollas K., Anastasopoulos A., Tsimogiannis A.
1.7.2. Fusion of Ndt Data from Modern Inspection Methods (Greece) ................................................................................................. 1565
Anastasopoulos A., Kattis S., Kourousis D.
1.7.3. The Prime Problems of Acoustic-Emission Diagnostics and Monitoring of Technical Devices and
Constructions (Russia) ................................................................................................................................................................................. 1575
Ivanov V. I.
1.7.4. Acoustic Emission Testing of Buried Pressure Vessels. Implementation on a 16,000 m3 Gas Storage Unit .......................... 1581
Catty J.
1.7.5. Twenty Years of Experience in Acoustic-Emission Examination of Nuclear Power Plants Reactor Vessel
(Hungary) ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1589
Gemes G. A., Gereb J.
1.7.6. Identification of Propagation of Contact Damage of Rolling Bearings Using Acoustic Emission and Vibration
Diagnostics (Czech Republic) ...................................................................................................................................................................... 1590
Mazal P., Hort F., Vlasic F., Koula V.
1.7.7. Fatigue and Corrosion Monitoring by Means of Acoustic Emission (Ae) on Transport Products (Austria) ......................... 1593
Tscheliesnig P.

VOLUME 3

1.7.8. Study on Spectrum of Acoustic Emission Signals of Bridge Crane (China)................................................................................ 1598
Shen G., Wu Zh.
1.7.9. Acoustic Emission Testing Defining a New Standard of Acoustic Emission Testing for Pressure Vessels.
Part 1: Quantitative and Comparative Performance Analysis of Zonal Location and Triangulation Location
Methods (France).......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1606
Catty J.
1.7.10. Acoustic Emission Diagnosing of Brittle Fracture in Structural Materials (Ukrain)............................................................... 1623
Skalsky V. R., Serhiyenko O. M., Plakhtiy R. M.
1.7.11. Acoustic Emission Signal Propagation Through Welded Steel Bridge Joints (Switzerland) .................................................. 1630
Kalicka M.
1.7.12. Diagnosing of Rolling Stock Details and Way Designs by Acoustic Emission Technique (Russia) ....................................... 1638
Muraviev V. V.
1.7.13. Acoustic Emission Signals Parameters Use Efficiency Considerations (Russia)....................................................................... 1644
Ovcharuk V. N.
1.7.14. GALS-1 AE System Application for Hoisting Machines Diagnostics (Russia, Ukraine) ........................................................ 1654
Galanenko D., Zelinsky M., Sadilo A., Makats V.
1.7.15. Diagnostics of Deformation and Fracture Stages on the Basis of Acoustic Emission, Optical Microscopy
Strain Gauging (Russia)............................................................................................................................................................................... 1661
Panin S. V., Byakov A. V., Shakirov I. V., Grenke V. V., Poltaranin M. A., Lyubutin P. S., Kuzovlev M. S., Khizhnyak S. A., Bashkov
O. V., Kirichenko M., Shpak D.
1.7.16. Automated Intelligent Methods for Acoustic Emission Testing Data Processing (Russia)..................................................... 1671
Barat V. A., Alyakritskiy A., Bukatin A., Elizarov S., Rostovtsev M., Terentyev D.
1.7.17. Technical State Monitoring of Hydraulic Systems Equipment Using Acoustics Emission Instrument
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1683
Tararaksin S. A., Manzhaj S. A., Medvedev A. N., Chudnov I. V., Bolshakov A. C.
1.7.18. Structural Regularities of the Acoustic Emission Signal Generation in Steel (Russia) ........................................................... 1685
Nefedyev E.
1.7.19. Acoustic Emission Signal Attenuation in the Waveguides Used in Underwater AE Testing (Russia) ................................... 1693
Pichkov S. N., Zakharov D. A., Shemyakin V. V.
1.7.20. Experience of Implementing the Method of Acoustic Emission Test Operation of Equipment AT the Static
Fracture, Cyclic Fracture and Stress-Corrosion Cracking (Russia) ...................................................................................................... 1705
Nefedyev E.
1.7.21. Localization of AE Signals in Pipes with One-Sided Access (Russia)......................................................................................... 1712
Ovchinnikov A. L.
1.7.22. Application of AE Method in Nuclear Power Industry (Russia) ............................................................................................... 1716
Kharebov V. G.
1.7.23. New Approaches in Acoustic Emission Signal Processing (Russia)............................................................................................ 1718
Bykov S. P.
1.7.24. Analysis of the Main Factors that Determine the Quality AE Testing Industrial Equipment (Russia)................................. 1722
Gomera V. P., Portnov O. V., Zotov K. V.
1.7.25. Acoustic Emission Diagnostics of Hazardous Dynamic Damages: Cracking, Leakage, Impact (Russia).............................. 1724
Petersen T. B., Shemyakin V. V.
1.7.26. Deformation Damage Diagnostics by Acoustic Emission Method (Russia) ............................................................................... 1735
Kozinkina A. I., Berezin A. V.

SECTION 1.8. VIBRATION ANALYSIS

1.8.1. From Vibration Measurements to Condition Based Maintenance (USA) ................................................................................... 1738
Mitchell J. S.
1.8.2. Modelling of Dynamics of Heterogeneous Systems and State Identification (Lithuania) .......................................................... 1739
Volkovas V.
1.8.3. Vibrodiagnostic Servicing of Gas Pumping Units in Compressor Stations of Gas Main Pipelines at the Level
of Gas Transportation Company (Russia)................................................................................................................................................. 1752
Zasetsky V. G., Tikhvinsky A. N.
1.8.4. Multipurpose Programmable Transducers for Vibration Testing of Rotor and Piston Units: Theory,
Structure, Operational Experience (USA)................................................................................................................................................. 1753
Zusman G. V.
1.8.5. Application of Vibration Diagnostics in Evaluating Industrial Safety of Compressors (Russia).............................................. 1754
Zhukov R. V., Davydov V. M., Grib V. V., Korolkov M. V.
1.8.6. Application of Full Spectrums and other Vibration Two-Dimensional Characteristics for Gas
Transportation Units Condition Monitoring (Russia) ............................................................................................................................. 1761
Balitsky F. Ya, Sokolova A. G.
1.8.7. Vibrodiagnostic and Real-Time Condition Monitoring of Dangerous Plants Equipment (Russia).......................................... 1766
Kostyukov V. N.
1.8.8. Vibroacoustic Diagnostics and Real-Time Condition Monitoring of Reciprocating Machines (Russia) ................................. 1769
Naumenko A. P.
1.8.9. Critical Machinery Vibration Condition Monitoring (Germany) ................................................................................................ 1772
Konig T.
1.8.10. Vibration Measurement Uncertainty and Diagnostics Reliability in Rotating Systems (Lithuania)...................................... 1773
Eidukeviciute M., Volkovas V.
1.8.11. Vibration Wireless Sensors Technology (USA)............................................................................................................................ 1778
Corelli D.
1.8.12. New Machinery Condition Monitoring Technique Based on Multidimensional Visualization of Vibration S-
Discriminants (Russia) ................................................................................................................................................................................. 1779
Sokolova A. G.
1.8.13. Portable Vibration Diagnostics System A4900 (Chez Republic)................................................................................................ 1786
Bojko A., Sglunda R.
1.8.14. Implementation of Spectral-Temporal Analysis of Transient Vibration Signals for Mechanical Systems
Diagnostics (Russia)...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1787
Getmanov V. G.
1.8.15. Rolling Stock Vibration Diagnostics Experience on Russian Railways (Russia) ..................................................................... 1788
Azovtsev A. Yu., Barkova N. A., Degterev S. G.
1.8.16. The Vibrouacoustic Noise Compensation by the Adaptive Digital Filter (Russia) .................................................................. 1805
Makhov V. E., Borisov E. G., Ivanov A. A., Patrakeev N. V.
1.8.17. Experimental Characterization of Sensors for Elastic Guided Waves Based on 3D Laser Vibrometric
Measurements and the Reciprocity Relation (Germany) ........................................................................................................................ 1807
Koehler B., Barth M., Windisch T., Schubert L.
1.8.18. Echo Wireless Vibration Sensors (USA)................................................................................................................................... 1817
Corelli D.
1.8.19. Damage Diagnostics in a Vertical Bar Hanged on the Elastic Suspender with Concentrated Mass (Russia) ....................... 1818
Ilgamov M. A., Sultanov B. Z., Tazhitdinov A. N., Khakimov A. G.
1.8.20. Vibration Diagnostic Control as the Component of the Control System of Professional Risks (Russia)............................... 1826
Arbuzov J. A., Smirnov P. M., Zavyalov A. N., Okhotin S. S., Reshetov A. A.
1.8.21. Modeling Change of Technical State of Mechanisms and Machines (Russia) ......................................................................... 1828
Grib V. V.
1.8.22. The Advantage of NDT in Cost Reduction and Prevention of Possible Integrity Damages of Rotor Turbine
Parts (Iran).................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1829
Soury S., Sanami M.
1.8.23. Corporate Condition Diagnostic Systems for Machines and Equipment ................................................................................. 1837
Barkov A. V., Yacobson P. P.
1.8.24. Model of the Algorythms for Operating Actions and Models of the Processes in the Fuzzy Systems of
Vibrodiagnostics Main Pump Units (Russia) ............................................................................................................................................ 1847
Shaternikov V. E., Belyaev P. V.
1.8.25. On-Line Vibration-Based Diagnostics of the Production Process (Russia) ............................................................................... 1853
Kozochkin M. P., Grigoriev S. N.
1.8.26. Theoretical and Experimental Validation of the Model of Radar Signal Reflected from Structures
Containing Rotating Elements in Respect to the Problem of Remote Radio-Wave Vibro-Diagnostics (Russia) .............................. 1863
Makhov V. E., Borisov E. G., Ivanov A. A., Patrakeev N. V.
1.8.27. Complex Testing of Musical Instrument Quality by Various Probes Using Computer Technologies of
National Instruments (Russia) .................................................................................................................................................................... 1866
Makhov V. E., Borisov E. G., Makhova V. A.
1.8.28. Vibration Control and Diagnostics Systems Operation Experience (Russia)............................................................................ 1868
Myntsiv A. A.
1.8.29. Combined Diagnostics of the Technical State of Movable Reflector (MR) of Research Reactor IBR-2
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1869
Sizarev V. D., Evropin S. V., Sokolova A. G., Balitsky F. Ya., Ananiev V. D., Edunov L. V., Luschikov V. I.
1.8.30. Method of Recognition of Arising Defects of the Machines, Based on Studying of Features of their Natural
Frequencies (Russia) .................................................................................................................................................................................... 1870
Reshetov A. A., Petrov V. A.

SECTION 1.9. COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY

1.9.1. Iterative Industrial Tomography Intensified by Supercomputers (Belarus)............................................................................... 1871


Vengrinovich V. L., Zolotarev S. A.
1.9.2. Experience of INDINTRO Company in Industrial X-Ray Tomography (Russia).................................................................. 1877
Vaynberg E. I., Vaynberg I. A., Tsyganov S. G., Sharov M. M.
1.9.3. Computed Tomography a New Tool Studying Hidden Corrosion (Germany) ....................................................................... 1883
Goebbels J., Hanke D., Meinel D., Staude A., Beck M., Burkert A.
1.9.4. Study on Parameter Variation of an Industrial Computed Tomography Simulation Tool Concerning
Dimensional Measurement Deviations (Austria, Germany).................................................................................................................... 1893
Reiter M., Heinzl C., Salaberger D., Kastner J., Weiss D.
1.9.5. Uncertainty Visualization of Computed Tomography Datasets from Complex Components Using Statistical
Analysis (Austria) ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1903
Heinzl C., Kastner J., Groller E., Allerstorfer M.
1.9.6. Development of Computer Tomography Methods for Technology Maturation in Nuclear Power Engineering
and Industry (Russia)................................................................................................................................................................................... 1911
Kuzelev N. R., Volchkov Yu.E.
1.9.7. Targeted Planar CT with ROI on the Side Surface of a Rectangular-Shaped Substrate (Singapore) ..................................... 1912
Liu T.
1.9.8. Precise 3D Dimensional Metrology Using High Resolution X-Ray Computed Tomography (CT) (Germany) .................... 1913
Brunke O., Suppes A.
1.9.9. Computed Tomography and Pulsed Thermography of Carbon Reinforced Carbon/Copper Components for
Thermonuclear Fusion (Germany, Austria).............................................................................................................................................. 1924
Kastner J., Harrer B., Carl V., Traxler H.
1.9.10. Terahertz Spectral Imaging Techniques in NDT: Topography and Computed Tomography (Germany)........................... 1930
Ewers B., Kupsch A., Lange A., Hentschel M. P.
1.9.11. A New Test Piece for Geometry and Defect Measurements with Micro-CT (Germany)......................................................... 1940
Staude A., Goebbels J., Ehrig K., Bartscher M., Koch M., Neuschaefer-Rube U.
1.9.12. Performance Assessment of Geometry Measurements with Micro-CT Using a Dismountable Work-Piece-
Near Reference Standard (Germany) ........................................................................................................................................................ 1948
Bartscher M., Neukamm M., Koch M., Neuschaefer-Rube U., Staude A., Goebbels J., Ehrig K., Kuhn C., Deffner A., Knoch A.
1.9.13. Mobile CT-System for In-Situ Inspection in the LHC at CERN (Switzerland, Germany) ..................................................... 1958
Sauerwein C., Haemmerle V., Tiseanu I., Williams L., Gaspers R., Cern F.
1.9.14. An Own-Developed CT/DR System for Visualization and Defect Recognition in NDT (Spain) ............................................. 1968
Franco L., Martinez J. A., Tahoces P. G., Ameneiro R.
1.9.15. Micro Structural Analysis of AlSi6Cu4 Using Quantitative Computed Tomography Methods (Germany)......................... 1981
Firsching M., Salamon M., Kessling P., Nachtrab F., Krumm M., Uhlmann N., Hanke R.
1.9.16. Microfocus Computed X-Ray Tomography of Segregations in High Strength Aluminium Alloys (Austria) ....................... 1985
Harrer B., Degischer H. P., Kastner J.
1.9.17. Structural Analysis of Polymeric Foams by Sub-m X-Ray Computed Tomography (Austria)............................................ 1993
Kastner J., Kickinger R., Salaberger D.
1.9.18. Enhanced Spatial Resolution Using Iterative Focal Desmearing in Computed Tomography (Germany)............................. 2001
Lange A., Hentschel M. P., Kupsch A.
1.9.19. How Industrial Computer Tomography Accelerates Product Development in the Light Metal Casting and
Injection Moulding Industry (Germany) ................................................................................................................................................... 2010
Reinhart C., Poliwoda C., Guenther T.
1.9.20. A Translation-based Data Acquisition Scheme for Industrial Computed Tomography (Germany) .................................... 2020
Fuchs T., Schon T., Hanke R.
1.9.21. Porosity Determination in Firn Ice Cores Using Quantitative Computed Tomography Methods (Germany) .................... 2026
Firsching M., Voland V., Burtzlaff S., Uhlmann N.
1.9.22. New Concept for Fast, Efficient and Economic Inspection of High Volume, High Mix Industrial
Components Using Advanced High Speed Computed Tomography Systems (Germany) ................................................................... 2030
Beyer A., Stuke I., Brunke O.
1.9.23. Analysis and Exploration of Ct-data Using Application Specific Multi-Dimensional Transfer Functions
(Austria)......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2041
Geier G. F., Fritz L., Hadwiger M., Rosc J., Pabel T., Habe D., Pittino G., Schumacher P.
1.9.24. Robust Roundness Measurements With Soft X-Rays (Germany) .............................................................................................. 2054
Kasperl S., Behrendt R., Damm B., Funk C., Hanke R., Hiller J., Krumm M., Neumann E., Rehbein A., Schmitt R., Sukowski F.,
Uhlmann N., Volk R., Warrikhoff A.
1.9.25. Design and Optimization of a Tomosynthesis System Using a Multiple X-Ray Source Based on Carbon
Nanotubes (France) ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 2064
Frassati A., Rebuffel V., Moulin V.
1.9.26. The Combined Use of Micro-CT Imaging, In-Situ Loading and Non-Rigid Image Registration for 3D
Experimental Local Strain Mapping on Porous Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffolds under Compressive Loading
(Belgium) ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2074
Kerckhofs G., Pyka G., Loeckx D., Moesen M., Van Bael S., Schroo-Ten J., Wevers M.
1.9.27. Beam Hardening Correction of Multi-Material Objects (Germany) ......................................................................................... 2084
Krumm M., Kasperl S., Franz M.
1.9.28. Process Integrated Inspection of Castings Using Three Dimensional Computerized Tomography
(Germany) ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2091
Oeckl S., Eberhorn M., Gruber R., Bauscher I., Wenzel T., Gondrom S., Rauch F.
1.9.29. A1550 Introvisor Application for Inspection of Laminated Plastics (Russia) .......................................................................... 2096
Samokrutov A. A., Shevaldykin V. G.
1.9.30. Method for the Evaluation of Automatic Porosity Detection for CT-Data (Austria) .............................................................. 2098
Rosc J., Habe D., Geier G. F., Pabel T., Schumacher P.
1.9.31. Non-Collimated Scattered Radiation Tomography (Russia)...................................................................................................... 2099
Gorshkov V. A., Yumashev V. M., Kirilenko K. V.
1.9.32. Gantry Gate Based X-Ray Computed Tomography in Aerospace Industry (Germany)........................................................ 2107
Redmer B., Ewert U., Radel C., Schnars U., Henrich R., Schimmelmann O., Bavendiek K., Jahn M.
1.9.33. Correlation of Porosity Detected by Computed Tomography and Fatigue Strength of Aluminium Alloys
(Austria)......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2108
Pabel T., Geier G. F., Habe D., Rosc J., Schumacher P., Petkov T.

SECTION 1.10. NDT OF TRANSPORT MEANS

1.10.1. Inspection Solutions for the Automotive Industry - Spotchecker and USLT-USB (Germany) ............................................. 2110
Reinersmann J., Buschke P.
1.10.2. Automated System for Magnetic Particle Inspection of Railway Wheels (Czech Republic) .................................................. 2126
Starman S., Matz V.
1.10.3. Ultra-Fast Ultrasonic Inspection for Aeronautical Composites Using Paintbrush Acquisitions and Data
Processing on GPU (France) ....................................................................................................................................................................... 2131
Dominguez N., Ithurralde G.
1.10.4. Railway Tracks Dislevelment Hydroacoustic Controls (Russia) ............................................................................................... 2139
Yesipov V. N.
1.10.5. Ultrasonic Propagation Imaging for In-Situ Wind Turbine Blade Damage Visualization (Korea) ...................................... 2141
Shin H.-J., Lee J.-R., Chia C.-C., Yoon D.-J.
1.10.6. Real Time Condition Monitoring of Wheel Rolling Mill State (Russia) ................................................................................... 2155
Kostyukov V. N., Boichenko S. N., Sinitsyn A. A.
1.10.7. Monitoring of Resistance Spot Welding by AE (Slovenia) ......................................................................................................... 2157
Kek T., Polajnar I., Grum J.
1.10.8. Automated Ultrasonic Testing System for Railway Axles .......................................................................................................... 2165
Sackenreuther H., Gerken C., Hansen W., Fuchs G.
1.10.9. Risedual Stresses Detection in Rolling Stock Wheelsets by Means of Electromagnetic Acoustic Method
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2179
Budenkov G., Muraviev V. V., Strizhak V., Pryahin A., Balobanov E.
1.10.10. Impact Damage Detection in Composite Materials of Aircrafts by Optical Fibre Sensors (Germany) .............................. 2184
Pitropakis I., Pfeiffer H., Wevers M.
1.10.11. Ultrasonic Phased-Array and Eddy Current Array as Approved Methods for Aircraft Maintenance
(Canada) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2196
Lamarre A., Ouellet-Belanger E., Leclerc M.
1.10.12. Automated Ultrasonic System for Rail Welds Inspection for All Metal Volume Using Only Rolling
Railhead Surface (Russia)............................................................................................................................................................................ 2197
Vopilkin A. Kh., Tikhonov D. S., Kononov D. A.
1.10.13. Automated and Mechanized Diagnostic Systems for Railroad Rails (Moldova) .................................................................... 2198
Brandis A. P., Zaika S. I., Kalinin V.A., Lonchak V. A., Pertsev O. T.
1.10.14. Ultrasonic Energy Propagation Imaging of Composite Structures (Korea)........................................................................... 2199
Chia C.-C., Lee J.-R., Park C. I., Kim J. H., Yang S. U.
1.10.15. Ultrasonic Testing of Aluminothermic Welded Joints of Rail Tracks (Serbia) ..................................................................... 2213
Sladojevic B.
1.10.16. Methodology of Computer Development of Use of Non-Destructive Testing and Diagnosing of Aircraft and
Aviation Engines during Their Designing, Operation and Repair (Lithunia)....................................................................................... 2219
Valavichyus V. T.
1.10.17. Detection of Water Inside CFRP/Honeycomb Structures by a Doppler-Radar Device (France) ......................................... 2220
Santos F.
1.10.18. Ultrasonic Array Instrument for Composite Inspection during Aircraft Maintenance and Manufacturing
(Canada) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2221
Lamarre A., Habermehl J., Ouellet-Belanger E.
1.10.19. Simulation Assisted POD of a High Frequency Eddy Current Inspection Procedure (France) .......................................... 2222
Dominguez N., Jenson F.
1.10.20. Study and Implementation of Technology of Ultrasonic Non-Destructive Testing of Spot Welding Quality
of LADA Car Bodies of Sheet Steel in OJSC AVTOVAZ (Russia) .................................................................................................... 2232
Novikov A. V., Khakimyanov R. R., Grigorovich V. V., Semerenko A. V.
1.10.21. Estimation of Non-Destructive Testing Aids Application for Railway Transport Stock Elements (Russia) ....................... 2234
Sosnitskaya T. A.
1.10.22. Non-Destructive Quality Testing of Units and Elements of Constructions (Russia) .............................................................. 2240
Lopota V. A., Strekalov A. F., Vygonskiy V. I.
1.10.23. Application of Satellite Global Positioning Technologies for Management of Track Infrastructure
NDT/TD (Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2241
Tarabrin V. F.
1.10.24. Technological Aspects of Development of Diagnostics and Non-Destructive Testing in Spacecraft
Production and Operation (Russia)............................................................................................................................................................ 2243
Sirotkin O. S.
1.10.25. Non-Destructive Testing and Technical Diagnostics Basis of Aircraft Engineering Reliability (Russia) ......................... 2244
Pogosyan M. A., Filatov A. A., Khizhnyak S. A.
1.10.26. Properties Diagnostics of Structures Made of Polymer and Composite Materials (Russia) ................................................. 2245
Khizhnyak S. A.
1.10.27. Diagnosis of Physical and Mechanical Properties of Constructional Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics
(CFRP) (Russia)............................................................................................................................................................................................ 2246
Murashov V. V., Rumyantsev A. F.
1.10.28. Automated Rail Traffic Safety Diagnostic Complex INTEGRAL (Russia) ....................................................................... 2261
Tarabrin V. F.
1.10.29. EMA Testing of PROTON Rocket Hull Thickness (Russia) ................................................................................................ 2262
Alekhin S. G., Bobrov V. T., Kozlov V. N., Samokrutov A. A., Shevaldykin V. G., Ivchenko V. V.
1.10.30. Technology of Monitoring and Diagnostics of Rotor Machines Based on OneProd 01DB-Metravib System
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2267
Klyuev Z. V., Shirman A. R.
1.10.31. Quality Control with Shearography and 3D-Digitizing (Germany) ........................................................................................ 2268
Berger R.
1.10.32. A Progress Report on the Aims and Achievements of the European Forum of National Aerospace NDT
Boards (USA) ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2270
Thompson J.
1.10.33. INTERAIL: Development of a Novel Integrated Inspection System for the Accurate Evaluation of the
Structural Integrity of Rail Tracks Implementation of the ACFM Rail Inspection Module (United Kingdom) ........................... 2271
Papaelias M. Ph., Davis C., Roberts C., Blackley B., Lugg M.
1.10.34. Equipment Diagnostic Expert System (Russia) .......................................................................................................................... 2284
Boichenko S. N.
1.10.35. On-Board Real-Time Condition Monitoring System of Electrical Train (Russia) ................................................................. 2287
Kostyukov Al. V., Aristov V. P., Sizov C. V., Kostyukov V. N., Boichenko S. N., Zajcev A. V.
1.10.36. Complex Diagnostic System for Electric Trains (Russia) .......................................................................................................... 2289
Kostyukov Al. V., Aristov V. P., Sizov C. V., Kostyukov V. N.
1.10.37. State and Development Tasks of Methods and Means for 100% En-Route Testing of Rails (Russia)................................. 2290
Markov A. A.
1.10.38. Automation of Processing and Decoding of Results of Ultrasonic Flaw Detection in Rails (Moldova)................................ 2292
Zaika S. I., Lonchak V. A., Marandich D. M..
1.10.39. Ways of Automation of Ultrasonic Testing of Rails during Their Reworking and Welding (Russia).................................. 2294
Markov A.A., Kozyakov A. B.
1.10.40. The Mode Used for the Estimation of the Technical Condition for the Boat Hull From Composite
Materials for Exploitation (Russia) ............................................................................................................................................................ 2296
Frantsev M. E.
1.10.41. Simulation of Ultrasonic NDT in Composite Radius (France)................................................................................................. 2306
Dominguez N., Grellou O., Van-Der-Veen S.
1.10.42. Automated Non-Destructive Testing and Measurement Systems for Rails (Slovenia) ......................................................... 2314
Jemec V., Grum J.
1.10.43. Ultrasound Detection during Resistance Spot Welding (Slovenia).......................................................................................... 2321
Uran M., Polajnar I., Grum J.
1.10.44. Dynamic Wheel Set Defect Inspection by Applying Ultrasonic Technology (China) ............................................................ 2322
Peng C., Wang Li, Gao X., Wang Z., Zhao Q., Zhang Yu., Peng J., Yang K.
1.10.45. MiniLog2, Data logger, GPS switch and DCVG Measuring Unit in a Single Device (Germany, Russia)............................ 2332
Weilekes T., Horauf F., Martynov S. A.
SECTION 1.11. NDT OF PIPELINES

1.11.1. Practical Application of the Phased-Array Technology with Paint-Brush Evaluation for Seamless-Tube
Testing (Germany, Brasil, France) ............................................................................................................................................................. 2334
Falter S., Prause R., Unger S., Breidenbach C., Groos A., Lorenzen U., Koka A., Nitsche S., Schmelting J., Deegen K., Eufrasio E.,
Pawelletz R., Westeel P., Bisiaux B., Lesage F., Noel A.
1.11.2. Ways to Improve Sensitivity Threshold of Magnetic Passable Flaw Detectors during Detection of Stress
Corrosion Cracks (Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................... 2343
Kovalenko A. N.
1.11.3. A New, Improved Pipeline AUT Girth Weld Inspection System (Canada)............................................................................... 2344
Rigault S., Moles M.
1.11.4. Qualification Work for the Pre&In Service Ultrasonic Examination of Auxiliary and Secondary Piping
Welds of Olkiluoto 3 Epr. Extension of Pre-Existing Qualification on Olkiluoto 1&2 Nuclear Power Plants
(Finland, France) .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2354
Ruha M., Tanguy J., Ukkonen P., Tchilian J. M.
1.11.5. Acoustic Eye Technology Intended for Testing Pipes and Pipe Systems (Russia) ................................................................... 2364
Klyuev Z. V., Zharinov S.E.
1.11.6. Magnetometric Diagnostics of Gas and Oil Pipelines (Russia) .................................................................................................. 2365
Dubov An., Dubov Al.
1.11.7. Pipe Mill Offshore Pipeline Production NDT Systematics (Norway)......................................................................................... 2369
Hasting H. S., Dvoreckaja O., Gjerde P. E.
1.11.8. Instrumental Complex M-1 for Contactless Diagnostics of Gas Pipelines (Russia) ............................................................. 2370
Konnov V. V., Kuts I.A.
1.11.9. Communications System for Remote Diagnostics and Control of Corrosion of the State and Leakproofness
of Pipeline (Russia) ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 2373
Potapov I. A.
1.11.10. New Method for Non-Destructive Evaluation of Impact Strength of Steel Pipelines (Ukraine) ........................................... 2376
Tatsakovych N., Karpash O., Karpash M., Tarafder S.
1.11.11. The Automatic Acoustic-Emission Testing of Pipes over their Hydrotests (Moldova) .......................................................... 2382
Miletski B.
1.11.12. System for Underwater Ultrasonic Testing of Trunk Pipelines SKARUCH-UW1 (Russia) ............................................ 2384
Golev V., Polevoy A., Shcherbakov O.
1.11.13. High Speed Automatic Ultrasonic Inspection of Girth Welds for Off-Shore and On-Shore Pipelines
Combining Phased Array, TOFD, and Conventional Pulse Echo Technologies (Izrael) ..................................................................... 2388
Passi G.
1.11.14. Immersion Multi-Element Inclined Combined Transducer for the Control of Welded Seams of Big
Diameter Pipes during the Manufacture (Moldova) ................................................................................................................................ 2389
Tkachenko A., Isaenko F., Kirijakov V., Raldugin A., Gavrev V.
1.11.15. Complete Contactless Testing of Bottom Sheets in Vertical Steel Tanks (Russia) ................................................................ 2392
Panin V. I., Smarjevsky I. V.

VOLUME 4

1.11.16. Advanced Possibilities for Corrosion Inspection of Gas Pipelines Using EMAT-Technology (Germany) .......................... 2393
Willems H., Jaskolla B., Sickinger T., Barbian O. A., Niese F.
1.11.17. New Developments in the Field of Magnetic Testing of Steel Pipes Applied in Oil-and-Gas Industry
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2409
Shleenkov A. S., Bulychev O. A., Shleenkov S. A.
1.11.18. The Radiological Inspection of Tube to Tube Sheet Welding Joints. Problems and Decisions (Russia)............................. 2420
Usachev E. Yu., Tverdokhlebov V. N., Chakhlov S. V., Kokovkin A. V., Gnedin M. M., Shevchenko E. R.
1.11.19. The Importance of Non-Destructive Testing and Inspection of Pipelines (South Africa)..................................................... 2421
Garland P. J.
1.11.20. Developments in Long Range Ultrasonic Testing for Pipes Using Guided Waves for Enchanced Detection
and Evaluation of Metal Loss Defects (United Kingdom)........................................................................................................................ 2431
Gharaibeh Y., Mudje P. J., Catton P., Sanderson R. M., Haig A. G.
1.11.21. Automatic Ultrasonic Testing of Weld Seams during Pipeline Construction (Russia) ......................................................... 2433
Klyuev Z. V., Zharinov S. E.
1.11.22. Complex Diagnostic Control of Branches of the Main Gas Pipelines (Russia) ...................................................................... 2434
Konnov V. V.
1.11.23. Non-Destructive Ultrasonic Investigation of the Structure State of Steam Pipelines (Russia)............................................. 2438
Tabakova B., Ivanova Y., Partalin T.
1.11.24. Acoustoelasticity a New Perspective Method for Measuring of Stress in Engineering Materials (Russia) ..................... 2439
Nikitina N.

SECTION 1.12. NDT IN POWER INDUSTRY

1.12.1. Nuclear-Physical Methods and Means of Analysis and Non-Destructive Testing for Nuclear Power
Industry (Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2440
Kuzelev N. R., Skachkov E. V.
1.12.2. Development of Electromagnetic Flaw Detection Methods Based on Solution of Inverse Problems during
Testing of Nuclear Power Plant Equipment (Russia)............................................................................................................................... 2441
Lunin V. P.
1.12.3. Role of Weld Root Geometry Backing Rings in Flow Accelerated Corrosion (FAC): Radiography Testing
is an Alternate NDT Method for Detection an Experience at Tarapur Atomic Power Station-1&2 (India) .................................. 2443
Ramu A., Jabbar A., Dhanmeher N. K., Mali C. S., Roy N. K., Daniel V. S., Bhattacharjee S., Ramamurty U.
1.12.4. Third Part Technical Support Experience on the Qualification of the Inspection Systems Used in the
Spanish Nuclear Power Plants Project Developed by UNESA (Spain) .................................................................................................. 2456
Romero B., Rodriguez R., Romero E.
1.12.5. Inspection of CANDU Reactor Fuel Channels (Canada)............................................................................................................ 2465
Trelinski M.
1.12.6. Capabilities of the Method for Assessment of Deformation under Stress at Inspection of Nuclear Power
Facilities (Kazakhstan)................................................................................................................................................................................. 2466
Yermakov Ye. L., Tivanova O. V.
1.12.7. Computed Radiography Plus Rhythm Software Platform for FAC Inspection in Nuclear Secondary Circuit
(France, USA)................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2474
Delannoy L., Koetz A., Knook T.
1.12.8. Advanced Ultrasonic Application for the Inspection of Turbine Components (Germany) .................................................... 2490
Clossen M., Opheys M., Rauschenbach H., Siegel M.
1.12.9. Detection of Piping Defects in Nuclear Plants by Ultrasonic Pulse-Phase Thermography (Korea) ...................................... 2502
Kim W., Park H., Choi M., Lee S., Lee B., Kim J., Hong D. P.
1.12.10. Experience Gained From Mechanized Ultrasonic Testing (Belgium) ..................................................................................... 2508
Cermak J., Chardome V., Cruysweegs E., Delaide M., Plateau M., Leemans F.
1.12.11. Specialized Gamma-Ray Flaw Detector DAR-SE75 FN R with Radiation Source SE-75 (Russia)..................................... 2516
Zlobin N. N., Kositsyn E. M., Khoroshev V. N., Dekopov A. S., Volchkov J. E., Fedotov V. I.
1.12.12. Application of Guided Waves Method on the Inspection of Air-Coolers and Boiler Tubes Practical
Experience (United Kingdom, Portugal).................................................................................................................................................... 2523
Vogt T., Boynard C.
1.12.13. State and Perspectives Measuring Automated Ultrasonic Inspection of Nuclear Reactor Equipment
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2524
Badalyan V. G., Samarin P. F.
1.12.14. Evaluation of Technical State Parameters of Electric Grid and Power Equipment (Russia) .............................................. 2532
Dobrovolsky I. G., Trofimov Yu. I.
1.12.15. Combination of NDE Techniques and Strain Monitoring of a Steam Pipeline (Brazil) ....................................................... 2534
Santos F., Cardoso B., Furtado H., Almeida L. H.
1.12.16. Advanced Approach of Reactor Pressure Vessel In-Service Inspection (Croatia) ................................................................ 2541
Pajnic M., Markulin K., Matokovic A., Franjie H.
1.12.17. Non-Destructive Examination Techniques for Quality Assurance and Reliability of Tube to Tube Sheet
Weld Joint of Steam Generator for Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor (PFBR) (India) ......................................................................... 2556
Singh S., De A. K., Awasthi C.
1.12.18. Advanced Approach of Reactor Pressure Vessel Head Inspection and Repair of CRDM J-Weld (Croatia,
Slovenia) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2561
Pajnic M., Franjic H., Smoljkic G., Jarnjak F., Vucajnk A.
1.12.19. System for Eddy Current Inspection of VVER-440/1000 SGS Tubes (Croatia) .................................................................. 2570
Pajnic M., Galosic S., Markulin K., Franjic H.
1.12.20. Integrated Diagnostic Monitoring of Hazardous Production Facilities (Russia) ................................................................... 2583
Kharebov V. G.
1.12.21. Thermal Nondestructive Testing of Vessels under Internal Pressure..................................................................................... 2592
Budadin O. N., Filipenko A. A., Troitskiy-Markov T. E., Kaledin V. O.
1.12.22. Monitoring of Nuclear Power Industry Facilities (Russia)....................................................................................................... 2603
Nashchekin A. S., Shaternikov V.E.
1.12.23. Optimized Strain/Stress Diffractometer Equipped with Focusing Bent Perfect Crystal Monochromator
Would Permit Some Kinetic Processes in Polycrystalline Materials (Korea, Czech Republic) .......................................................... 2605
Seong B.-S., Em V., Mikula P., Saroun J., Kang M.-H.
1.12.24. Magnetic Testing of Structural State of Vessels Operating under Pressure (Russia) ............................................................ 2610
Remezov V. B.
1.12.25. Experience of Working out and Application of the Ultrasonic Control of Welded Connections From Two-
Layer Steels in the Thickness from 60 to 250 mm (Russia) ..................................................................................................................... 2611
Pyshchev F. N., Okuneva R. G., Bessmertnov E. V.
1.12.26. Automated Equipment Lopatka-2 for Detection Cracks under Stellite Plates of Steam Turbines
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2615
Prokhorov V. V., Volkov B. I., Bondari K.M.
1.12.27. Prospects of Application of Automated Systems for Nondestructive Testing of Thermal Mechanical
Equipment of Thermal Power Plants (Russia).......................................................................................................................................... 2618
Volkov B. I., Prokhorov V. V., Bondari K. M.
1.12.28. The Influense of Interbal Stress and Structural State in Wires on the Basic Characteristics of
Pohgammer's Waves (Russia) ..................................................................................................................................................................... 2620
Muraviev V. V., Korobeynikova O., Platunov A.
1.12.29. Ultrasonic Introscopy of Welded Joints for Nuclear Engineering (Russia)............................................................................ 2625
Pronjakin V. T., Sorokin Ju. V., Panchenko Ju. N., Vasilyev M. Ju., Ivanenko P. B.
SECTION 1.13. NDT METALLURGY AND CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

1.13.1. Detection of Corrosion Damages in Vessels and Pipelined by Non-Destructive Methods (Russia) ........................................ 2634
Pilin B. P.
1.13.2. Reduction of Operational Risk of Vessels and Apparatus Intended for Application in Technological
Installations of Chemical, Petrochemical and other Related Branches Using New Combined Non-Destructive
Testing Methods and Means (Russia) ........................................................................................................................................................ 2635
Bobrov V.A.
1.13.3. Interconnecting Methods of Nondestructive Testing Welded Tubes in the Stream of Manufacture
(Moldova, Russia) ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2637
Tkachenko A., Kopylov A.
1.13.4. Crack Appearance Assessment by Emitted Sound during Steel Quenching (Slovenia) ......................................................... 2648
Ravnik F., Grum J.
1.13.5. Integrated Control of the Base Metal and Welded Joints of NPP Equipment and Power Unit Pipelines
(Ukraine)........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2649
Azhazha V. M., Neklyudov I. M., Ozhigov L. S., Mozgovoy A. V.
1.13.6. Calculation of Services Conditions of Wall of Vertical Cylindrical Tanks with Geometrical Defects
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2651
Semin Y. Y., Dolgikh A. P., Zadumin A. N.
1.13.7. Efficiency of Application of Acoustic-Emission Testing Method for Risk Evaluation during Expert
Examination of Industrial Safety of Equipment of Petrochemical Production Facilities (Russia) ..................................................... 2658
Paraev S.A., Bobrov V.A.
1.13.8. Calculation of Stress-Deformed State of Tank Wall Having Defects: New Inspection Requirements (Russia)................... 2661
Mogilner L. Y., Semin Y. Y.
1.13.9. Overall Inspection and Integrity Assessment of Oil and Oil Products Storage Tanks (Russia) ............................................ 2664
Gaspariants R. S., Giller G. A., Mogilner L. Y., Semin Y. Y.
1.13.10. The Results of Crude Refining Equipment Diagnostics and Their Analysis (Russia)............................................................ 2669
Kuznetsov A. M., Bykov S. P., Khramenok M. A.
1.13.11. The Influence of Frequency on Ultrasonic Test of Nudular Cast Iron (Iran) ........................................................................ 2678
Sanami M., Ardeshiri A.
1.13.12. Application of Ultrasonic Guided Waves in the Field of Cryogenic Fluids (Italy) ................................................................ 2685
Bertoncini F., Raugi M., Turcu F.
1.13.13. Resource-Saving Operation of Hazardous Enterprises Based on Real-Time Condition Monitoring
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2692
Kostyukov An. V.
1.13.14. Industrial Flaw Detection of Metal Products at High Temperatures (Ukraine) .................................................................... 2695
Malynka S. A.
1.13.15. Integrated Monitoring of the Refinery and Chemical Plants as the Toll for Proactive Maintenance
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2697
Deriugin A. V., Iakunin V. I., Razuvaev I. V., Shiriaev A. M., Vustin V. V.
1.13.16. Reliability of Rolled Bars Ultrasonic Testing on the Automated Installation for Ultrasonic Testing Volna-
7 (Russia) ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2707
Molokanov S. Y., Volkov V. S.

SECTION 1.14. NDT CIVIL ENGINEERING

1.14.1. Testing of Fresh Concrete Using a Modified Version of the Prism Technique (Algeria)........................................................ 2721
Bouhadjera A., Grimes M., Kemiha F.
1.14.2. The Resistance of Magnetic States of Structural Steels to External Effects (Russia)............................................................... 2729
Gorkunov E. S.
1.14.3. Application of the Metal Magnetic Memory Method for Investigation and Analysis of Stressed States of
Hoisting Mine Structure Bearing Rods (Russia, Poland) ........................................................................................................................ 2733
Dubov An., Kawka A., Jurashek J.
1.14.4. Concrete Properties Determining by Ultrasound (Brazil).......................................................................................................... 2745
Goncalves R., Junior M. G., Pinto G. A.
1.14.5. Automated Ultrasonic Scanning and Imaging System for Application at Civil Structures (Germany) ............................... 2747
Schickert M., Hillger W.
1.14.6. Non-Destructive Inspection of Reinforced Concrete Structures Using Ultrasonic Tomograph A1040 MIRA
(USA, Russia) ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2757
De La Hasa A., Samokrutov A. A., Silin V. V., Spirova I. V.
1.14.7. Nonlinear Ultrasonic Spectroscopy as a Tool to Evaluate Building Material Structure Damage (Czech
Republic)........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2759
Korenska M., Matysik M., Manychova M.
1.14.8. Ground Penetrating Radar Application in the Case of the Neoclassic Building of the Greek Parliament in
the Center of Athens (Greece)..................................................................................................................................................................... 2766
Moropoulou A., Kouloumbi N., Bakolas A., Karoglou M., Katsiotis N.
1.14.9. Noninvasive Evaluation of Fire-Damaged Self-Compacting Concrete (Jordan) ..................................................................... 2767
Haddad R., Ababneh A., Amawi H., Odeh R.
1.14.10. The Elastic Properties Determination of Volcanic Rocks by Using Ultrasonic Method (Turkey)....................................... 2768
Sarpun I. H., Hersat S. B., Ozkan V., Tuncel S., Yildiz A.
1.14.11. Multi-Modal Condition Assessment of Concrete Bridge Decks (USA) ................................................................................... 2776
Gucunski N., Romero F., Kruschwitz S., Feldmann R., Rascoe C., Parvardeh H.
1.14.12. The Usability of Turkish Earthquake Resistant Steel Bar as a Shear Connector in Composite Structures
(Turkey) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2777
Koroglu M. A., Koken A.
1.14.13. Risk Control and Adjustment for Operated Buildings and Constructions (Russia) ............................................................. 2785
Cheboksarov D. V.
1.14.14. A Wireless Monitoring System to Study the Setting and Hardening Processes of Cementitious Materials
(Spain)............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2786
Aparicio S., Molero M., Segura I., Anaya J. J., Izquierdo M. A. G., Fuente J. V.
1.14.15. Modified Phased Array Concert for AUT of LNG Storage Tanks (Netherlands) .................................................................. 2796
Van Den Biggelaar A., Dijkstra F., Chougrani K.
1.14.16. A Statistical Study for the Correlation of Non-Destructive Testing and Destructive Testing on Structures
in Concrete (Italy)......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2809
Luparno V. A. M., Pfister V., Tati A., Tundo A.
1.14.17. Rational Design and Operation of Steel Trussed Rafters in Conditions of Aggressive Media (Russia)............................... 2816
Yanbulatov F. I.
1.14.18. Normative-Methodological and Software-Technical Support of Complex Monitoring of Technical State of
Buildings and Construction of Hazardous Production Facilities (Russia)............................................................................................. 2817
Khanukhov Kh. M.
1.14.19. Diagnostic Study at the Acropolis of Sarantapicho and the Acropolis of Erimokastro, Rhodes (Greece).......................... 2819
Labropoulos K., Katsiotis N., Xinopoulou E., Delegou A., Bakolas A., Moropoulou A.
1.14.20. How to Protect Hazardous Industrial Facilities against Corrosion (Russia).......................................................................... 2827
Galeev R. M.
1.14.21. Hybrid Digital Image Correlation/Thermovision Method for Monitoring and Measurements of
Displacement and Defects in Civil Engineering Structures (Poland) ..................................................................................................... 2829
Kujawinska M., Dymny G., Malowany K., Siwek B.
1.14.22. Long-Term Control over Service Life Indices of Metal Structures (Russia) .......................................................................... 2831
Konakov O. A.
1.14.23. Quality Control of Materials in Ancient Greece Using Non-Destructive Testing Methods (Greece) .................................. 2840
Prassianakis I.
1.14.24. New Devices and Means for Nondestructive Testing of Materials and Diagnostics of Facilities are
Operating in Industry (Bulgaria)................................................................................................................................................................ 2841
Velev G., Markovski A., Andreev A., Velev B.
1.14.25. The Ultrasonic Tomography Tests of Concrete in Foundation Slab (Poland) ........................................................................ 2842
Schabowicz K., Hola J., Stys D.
1.14.26. Magnetic Methods of Testing Elastic-Plastic Strain in Structural Powder Steels (Russia) .................................................. 2851
Gorkunov E. S., Zadvorkin S.M., Ulyanov A. I., Mitropolskaya S. Yu., Subachev Yu. V.
1.14.27. Features of Examination and Nondestructive Testing of Metal Building Structures (Russia) ............................................. 2857
Eremin K. I., Matveyushkin S.A.
1.14.28. Review of UKRRINDT CJSC Achievements in the Field of Development of Systems for Automated
Testing of Products Quality (Russia).......................................................................................................................................................... 2858
Lutcenko G., Iurchenko A., Mishenko V.
1.14.29. Research into the Correlation between Concrete Strenght and UPV Values (Mongolia) .................................................... 2862
Tumendemberel B., Baigalimaa Ts.
1.14.30. The Case of Agia Agathi Retaining Wall Masonry from the Roman Period at Rhodes, Greece the Use of
Ground-Penetrating Radar in Searching out Original Routes at Agia Agathi Bay to Access Each Ends Mycenean
Necropolis (Greece) ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 2868
Katsiotis N., Labropoulos K., Stavrou E., Karathanou K., Moropoulou A.
1.14.31. The Objects of Historical Value Non-Destructive Methods of Examination (Russia)........................................................ 2869
Ausheva J.

SECTION 2. ANTI-TERRORIST DIAGNOSTICS

2.1. Capabilities of Multichannel Nano-Sensor Systems Designed for Explosives, Narcotics and Dangerous
Substances Microquantities Detection (Russia) ........................................................................................................................................ 2870
Kovalev A. V., Kovalev A. A., Kekin A. G., Ivchenkov A. O.
2.2. Experimental Studies of Parwise Combination of Detection Methods for Sources of Ionizing Radiation
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2872
Minligareev V.T., Kirillov V.M.
2.3. Non-Destructive Testing of Composite Materials for Military Applications by IR Thermography Methods
(Poland).......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2874
Swiderski W.
2.4. Search Equipment Based on Electromagnetic Radiation of Teraherz Band (Russia) ................................................................. 2884
Kovalev A. V., Matveev V. I., Fedchishin V. G.
2.5. Pressure Monitoring ND Safety Systems (Croatia) ........................................................................................................................... 2887
Zvizdic D., Bermanec L. G.
2.6. EFNDT Working Group 5: Public Security and Safety NDT Technologies (Germany, Croatia) .............................................. 2896
Osterloh K., Ewert U., Krstelj V.
2.7. Optoelectronic Surveillance and Inspection Equipment (Russia) ................................................................................................... 2902
Ivchenkov A. O., Kekin A. G., Ponomarev M. A., Studitsky A. S.
2.8. Implementation of Russian Developments in Structures of Law-Enforcement Authorities of Ukraine
(Ukraine)........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2904
Shimanovich O. V.
2.9. Radiometric System for Inspection of Large-Scale Vehicles and Cargos (Russia)....................................................................... 2906
Gavrish Yu. N., Vahrushin I. Yu., Pavlenko A. V., Berdnikov Ya. A., Lebedev M. B., Usachev E. Yu., Peredery A. N., Safonov M. V.,
Romanov I. V.
2.10. Main Directions in the Study and Design of Terahertz-Band Hardware (Russia) ..................................................................... 2907
Chigryay E. E.
2.11. Method of Spectral Dynamics in THz and GHz Ranges of Frequencies for Problems of Counterterrorism
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2908
Trofimov V. A., Varentsova S. A.
2.12. New Development of Instruments for Terrorism Fighting Based on Introscopy Technique (Russia) ...................................... 2910
Kovalev A. A., Kovalev A. V.
2.13. Flaw Detector on the Basis of Pulse X-Ray Apparatus and Flat Detecting Panel of FlashScan 35 Type
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2913
Arnali G., Baranov A. V., Blokhin E.O., Buklei A. A., Emelyanov M. E., Parshin I.A.
2.14. Micro Aerial Vehicles and Robots as a Means for Non-Destructive Inspection (Germany) ...................................................... 2914
Boller C., Kuo C.-M.
2.15. Electronic Nose Multisensor System for Explosive Materials Detection (Russia) .................................................................. 2915
Borisov K. E., Burvikova Yu. N.
2.16. Non-Destructive Testing with Micro- and Mm-Waves-Where we Are-Where we Go (Germany) ............................................ 2917
Dobmann G., Altpeter I., Sklarczyk C., Pinchuk R.
2.17. Complexation of Three or More Methods of Radiant Sources Detection (Russia)..................................................................... 2928
Kirillov V. M.
2.18. Tagged Neutron Method for Detection of High Explosives (Russia)............................................................................................ 2929
Ananiev A. A., Belichenko S. G., Bogolyubov E. P., Bochkarev O. V., Petrov E. V., Polkanov Yu. G.
2.19. Dual Energy X-Ray Introscopes for Screening Baggage and Luggage of Air Passengers (Russia).......................................... 2936
Schetinkin S. A., Usachev E. Yu., Ametov V. I., Chumakov D. M.
2.20. Instrumental Means on the Basis of NDT Methods for Solution of Problems of Enclosing Structures Testing
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2938
Trusov A.
2.21. Main Results of Application of Instrumental Means of the Russian Production in Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan) ..................... 2940
Bashev V.

SECTION 3. ECOLOGICAL DIAGNOSTICS

3.1. Influence of Water and Oil Absorption on the Damping and Dynamic Modulus of Elasticity Characterization
of a Refractory Castable (Brazil)................................................................................................................................................................ 2942
Pereira A. H. A., Exposito C. C. D., Nascimento A. R. C., Rodrigues J. A.
3.2. Space Means of the Earth Monitoring (Russia) ................................................................................................................................ 2943
Chernyavskiy G. M.
3.3. Problems of Improvement of Methods and Instrumental Support of Ecological Diagnostics (Russia) ..................................... 2951
Klyuev V. V., Bobrov V.T.
3.4. Radiation Monitoring of Moscow (Russia)........................................................................................................................................ 2957
Verbov V. V., Gordeev S. K., Lakaev V. S., Polski O. G.
3.5. Computed Tomography (CT) System for Automatic Analysis of Ice Cores (Germany) ............................................................. 2958
Voland V., Firsching M., Muller A., Mohr S., Schon T., Oeckl S., Schropfer S., Hess J., Habl M., Freitag J., Gruber R., Uhlmann N.
3.6. Optical-Ecological Monitoring (Russia).............................................................................................................................................. 2965
Kabanov M. V.
3.7. Diagnostics of Earthquakes (Russia).................................................................................................................................................. 2966
Nikolaev A. V., Malovichko A. A.
3.8. Gamma-Imaging Systems for Ecological and Nuclear Environment Measurements (Russia) .................................................... 2967
Ivanov O. P., Artemiev B. V., Stepanov V. E., Danilovich A. S.
3.9. Local Pathogenig Geomagnetic Zones in Urbanized Environment: Problems of Detection, Calculation and
Elimination (Russia)..................................................................................................................................................................................... 2983
Lomaev G. V., Ryabov Yu. G., Vakhitov R. N., Kuleshova D. S., Kamalova Yu. B., Nemtyrev E. V.
3.10. Method of Seismo-Acoustic Evaluation of Stability and Strength of Rocky Objects and Structures (Russia) ....................... 2986
Shuifer M. I.
3.11. Biological Methods of Ecological Diagnostics for Making Representative Predictions Related to Assessment
of Stability in Ecosystem Processes and Environmental Quality for a Human Being (Russia)........................................................... 2992
Smurov A. V.
3.12. Long-Term Forecast of Ecological Safety (Russia).......................................................................................................................... 2997
Popov A. A.
3.13. Control of Quality Bottled Potable Water (Russia)......................................................................................................................... 2998
Kinebas A. K., Polyakov V. E., Potapov I. A.
3.14. SEBA KMT Holding (Germany) and Joint Venture Seba Spektrum offers Equipment and Mobile Diagnostic
Laboratories for Solution of Following Problems: Energy Industry, Water Supply and Sewage, and
Communication Means ................................................................................................................................................................................ 2999
Zakharov M. A.
3.15. Experience of Operation of Instruments for Leak Detection within Water Supply Network of MGUP
Mosvodokanal (Russia)............................................................................................................................................................................ 3047
Kosygin A. B.
3.16. Fiberoptic Testing of Water Opacity (Russia) ................................................................................................................................. 3048
Potapov I. A., Sergeev S. S., Markov A. P., Kinebas A. K.
3.17. Mobile Diagnostic Laboratory for Power Transformers and Switchgears (Russia) .................................................................. 3049
Kondratiev Yu.A., Aleev A. P., Mironyuk D. Yu.
3.18. Comprehensive Industrial Ecological Environment Monitoring Information System .............................................................. 3050
Potarin A. E.
3.19. Laboratories for Power Cable Diagnostics (Germany, Russia) ..................................................................................................... 3055
Koltsov V. N., Zakharov M. A.
3.20. Control over Metal Content by a High-Sensitivity Nuclear-Absorbtion Method (Russia)........................................................ 3059
Karabegov M. A., Sadagov Y. M.
3.21. Experience in Operation of Mobile Laboratories for High-Voltage Tests and Search for Damages in Power
Cables of Moscow City (Russia).................................................................................................................................................................. 3060
Molokanov M. V., Kovalenko V. P.
3.22. Consulting of Industrial Enterprises in Diagnostics and Expert Examination of Technical State of Power
Cable Lines (Russia)..................................................................................................................................................................................... 3061
Sidelnikov L. G.
3.23. Radiation Environment Control Based on Gamma-Locator Remote Measurements Data (Russia) ....................................... 3062
Potapov V. N., Ivanov O. P., Ignatov S. M., Smirnov S. V., Stepanov V. E.

SECTION 4. RESIDUAL RESOURCE DIAGNOSTICS AND NDT TECHNOLOGIES

SECTION 4.1. RESIDUAL LIFE EVALUATION

4.1.1. Defects Flaw Detection Quantitative Flaw Detection High-Risk Facilities Service Life (Russia) ................................... 3063
Gurvich A. K., Vopilkin A. Kh., Kazantsev A. G.
4.1.2. Residual Resource Diagnostics (Russia) ......................................................................................................................................... 3064
Klyuev V. V.
4.1.3. The Roots of In-Service NDT Performance Requirements (Hungary) ....................................................................................... 3079
Toth L., Trampus P.
4.1.4. Material, Structure and Hardness Testing of Cast-Iron Safety Parts by NDT Methods (Iran)............................................... 3087
Ghaemi M.
4.1.5. Study of Stress-Deformed State in Dents Area on the Wall of Vertical Steel Tanks (Russia).................................................. 3104
Semin Y. Y., Kulyapin M. N.
4.1.6. Static Analysis of Antisymmetric Cross-Ply Thick Laminated Plates Using a Layerwise Theory: the Levy-
Type Solution (Iran) ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 3108
Tahani M., Golmakani I.
4.1.7. A New Approach for the Definition of Probability of Detection Curves (Italy)..................................................................... 3109
Carboni M., Cantini S.
4.1.8. Utilization of Non-Destructive Testing Methods for Assessment of Damage in Construction Materials at
Early Stages of Destruction (Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................... 3118
Mishakin V. V., Mitenkov F. M., Pichkov S. N.
4.1.9. NDE and Material Evaluation for Lifetime Assessment of Power Plant Components (USA).................................................. 3119
Abbasi W. A., Rahman S., Metala M. J.
4.1.10. New Development for Seen Invisible (Canada)........................................................................................................................ 3127
Einav I.
4.1.11. Test Method for Determining Internal Stresses in Material of Design by Magnetic Method (Ukraine) .............................. 3128
Smolina A., Pogorelov A.
4.1.12. The Problems of Automatic Data Processing at the Systems of Condition Monitoring of Industrial
Equipment (Russia) ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 3132
Serov A.
4.1.13. Monitoring of Risk in Large-Span Construction (Russia).......................................................................................................... 3139
Tamrazyan A. G.
4.1.14. Assessment of Fatigue Damage and Residual Life Time by Fractal Analysis of the Deformation Structure
(Germany) ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3141
Schreiber J., Cikalova U.
4.1.15. A Statistical Approach to Industrial Anomaly Detection (USA) ................................................................................................ 3142
Sun Z., Kaucic R., Mendonca P., Can A.
4.1.16. First Steps and Results of Work of the Academia NDT International (Italy, Russia) ............................................................ 3151
Nardoni G., Pushkina I. Yu.
4.1.17. Impact Detection in a Composite Tail Boom Structure with Ultrasonic Imaging and Guided Waves
Techniques (Germany)................................................................................................................................................................................. 3153
Hillger W., Szewieczek A.
4.1.18. Rail Restoration Lifetime on High Speed Line (France) ............................................................................................................. 3164
Bredif Ph., Plu J., Royer C., Poidevin C., Pouligny Ph.
4.1.19. Development of Technology of Non-destructive Control, Repair and Defence of Metal of Tubes of
Condesers of TG K-1000-60/1500-2 (2M) Zaporozhskaja NPP .............................................................................................................. 3174
Kazakevich M. L., Troitskiy V. A., Tischenko V. A.
4.1.20. Magnetic Measuring System (MMS), Special Features of the Design of its Transducer ant its Metrology
Support (Belarus) ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 3177
Matyuk V., Osipov A., Piunov V.
4.1.21. Normative Methodological Maintenance of Quality of Welded Designs (Russia) ................................................................ 3183
Dergachev A.
4.1.22. The Concept of Improving the Reliability of Nondestructive Testing Equipment (Russia) ................................................... 3186
Dianov V. N.

VOLUME 5

4.1.23. Support of the Capital Equipment of Oil Refining, Petrochemical and Chemical Complex Enterprises in
Conditions of the Increased Inter-Repair Interval with the Help of Non Destroying Control Means (Russia) ................................ 3199
Sergiev B. P., Mustov V. V.
4.1.24. Globalization of Safety on the Basis of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) and Technical Diagnostics (TD)
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3215
Klyuev V. V.
4.1.25. Non-destructive Vacuum Mechanisms Failure Prediction System (Russia) ............................................................................ 3219
Deulin E. A., Pichuzhkin V. V., Savransky V. V., Tomilin V. A.
4.1.26. Robust Estimation of the Energy Equipment Residual Resource (Russia) ............................................................................... 3221
Dobrovolsky I. G., Vlaznev I. A., Leontiev A. G.

SECTION 4.2 MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION

4.2.1. Inspection of Complicated Composite Structures Using the Adapted Ultrasonic Techniques (Lithuania)............................ 3222
Jasiuniene E., Raisutis R., Sliteris R., Mazeika L., Voleisis A., Vladisauskas A., Kazys R.
4.2.2. Application of the Improved Air-Coupled Technique for Detection of the Back-Scattered Ultrasonic Guided
Waves over Defected Regions of Composites (Lithuania) ....................................................................................................................... 3223
Kazys R., Mazeika L., Raisutis R., Zukauskas E., Vladisauskas A., Sliteris R.
4.2.3. Ultrasonic Inspection of Composite Aerospace Structures with Complex Geometry (Netherlands) ...................................... 3225
Heida J., Platenkamp J., Thuis B.
4.2.4. Advanced Acquisition and Evaluation Algorithms for Ultrasonic Testing of Complex Composite Structures
(Germany) ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3227
De Odorico W., Maurer A.
4.2.5. Application of Pulse Compression Technique in Air-Coupled Ultrasonic Non-Destructive Testing on
Composite Material (China)........................................................................................................................................................................ 3228
Zhou Z., Zhang H., Wei D.
4.2.6. Hydration of Cement Paste Monitored Using Ultrasonic Wave Propagation (Croatia)............................................................ 3234
Mikulic D., Gabrijel I., Bijelic N.
4.2.7. Microstructure Characterization and Imaging in Titanium Alloys by Atomic Force Acoustic Microscopy
(Germany) ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3235
Hirsekorn S., Rabe J., Rabe U.
4.2.8. Modern Approach for Composite Inspection in the Rotorcraft Industry and Rotorcraft Maintenance
(Poland).......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3240
Dragan K., Gora G.
4.2.9. Application of the Bragg Grating Optical Sensors and Eddy Current Method for the Non Destructive
Testing of Bonded Composite Repairs (Greece) ....................................................................................................................................... 3250
Tsamasphyros G., Kanderakis G., Vouthounis P., Prassianakis I.
4.2.10. Utilization of Natural Oscillations Frequencies NOF in Non-Destructive Testing of Physical Mechanical
Properties of Materials and Products (Russia) ......................................................................................................................................... 3258
Kovarskaya E. Z., Moskovenko I. B.
4.2.11. Innovative Use of Adhesive Interface Characteristics to Non-Destructively Quantify the Strength of Bonded
Joints (USA) .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3263
Roach D., Rackow K., Duvall R.
4.2.12. Effect of Plastic Deformation and Its Localization Zones on Magnetic Characteristics of Carbon Steel.............................. 3278
Gorkunov E. S., Povoltskaya A. M., Soloviev K. E., Zadvorkin S. M.
4.2.13. Electromagnetic Testing of Phase Composition, Hardness and Wear Resistance on Nitrogen- and Carbon-
Containing High-Cromium Steels .............................................................................................................................................................. 3282
Gorkunov E. S., Makarov A. V., Zadvorkin S.M., Osintseva A. L., Mitropolskaya S. Yu., Soloviev K.E., Rashev C., Savrai R. A.
4.2.14. Eddy-Current Testing of Laser-Hardened Cemented Chrome-Nickel Steel for Drill Bits (Russia) ...................................... 3288
Makarov A. V., Gorkunov E. S., Malygina I. Yu., Osintseva A. L., Kolobylin Yu. M., Kogan L. Kh., Korshunov L. G.
4.2.15. Automatic System for Testing and Identification of Diamond (Russia) .................................................................................... 3299
Makhov V. E., Potapov A. I.
4.2.16. New Methods for Mechanical Properties Evaluation of Steel Structures with Consideration of Its
Microstructure (Ukraine) ............................................................................................................................................................................ 3301
Karpash M., Dotsenko Y., Karpash O., Mitra A.
4.2.17. Compensating for Variations in Material Properties in Remote Field Testing of Heat Exchanger and Boiler
Tubes (Canada)............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3306
Vajpayee A., Russell D. E., Yu Y.
4.2.18. Detection of Subtle Changes in Materials by Coda Wave Interferometry (Germany) ............................................................ 3307
Niederleithinger E., Stahler S., Nowak T.-R., Shokouhi P.
4.2.19. Non-Destructive Characterisation of the Influence of Surface Modification on the Morphology and
Mechancial Behaviour of Rapid Prototyped Ti6Al4V Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffolds (Belgium)............................................... 3316
Pyka G., Kerckhofs G., Van Bael S., Moesen M., Loeckx D., Schrooten J., Wevers M.
4.2.20. Application of Lamb Waves and Impedance Pectroscopy for Structural Health Monitoring of Composite
Materials (Germany).................................................................................................................................................................................... 3325
Mook G., Pohl J.
4.2.21. Coercivity of Thermostrengthened Steel 14H17N2 After Forging and Repeated Loading (Ukraine) ................................... 3327
Matsevityi V. M., Bezlyudko G. Ya.
4.2.22. Micromechanical Assessment of Ultrasound Velocity in Entrained Air Cement Paste (France, Tunisia) ............................ 3332
Maalej S., Lafhaj Z., Bouassida M.
4.2.23. Ultrasonic NDT of In-Plane Stiffness Anisotropy in Metals and Composites (Germany) ....................................................... 3338
Solodov I., Doring D., Rheinfurth M., Busse G.
4.2.24. Information-Measurement System of Nondestructive Control Thermophysical Properties and Structural
Conversion in Polymer Materials (Russia) ................................................................................................................................................ 3348
Mishchenko S. V., Zhukov N. P., Mainikova N. F., Rogov I. V.
4.2.25. Numerical and Experimental Investigation for Optimum Placement of Dielectric Sensors to a Composite
Patch Repaired Structure (Greece) ............................................................................................................................................................ 3349
Kalkanis K., Tsamasphyros G., Papathanasiou Th., Kanderakis G.
4.2.26. Contact Laser Ultrasonic Evaluation of Composites (Russia) .................................................................................................... 3361
Karabutov A. A., Savateeva E. V., Zharinov A. N., Karabutov A. A. Jr., Filatov A. A., Khizhnyak S. A., Koshkin V. V.
4.2.27. CFRP Inspection by Ultrasonic High-Frequency Pulse-Echo Method (Russia) ....................................................................... 3368
Generalov A. S., Dalin M. A., Boychuk A. S.
4.2.28. Device and Method for Evaluation of the Rubbers Properties and Degradation (Belarus) ................................................... 3371
Kren A. P., Rudnitsky V. A.
4.2.29. Airborne Ultrasound Investigations of Cellular Polypropylene Ferroelectret Film (Germany)............................................ 3377
Doring J., Gaal M., Bartusch J., Brekow G., Kreutzbruck M.
4.2.30. NDT on Response Characteristics of Compressive Strength in a Electronic Impact Hammer for Concrete
(Korea) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3380
Choi M., Jang S., Park J., Park H., Kim W.
4.2.31. Application of the Single Impact Microindentation for Non-Destructive Testing of the Fracture Toughness
of Nonmetallic and Polymeric Materials (Belarus)................................................................................................................................... 3387
Kren A. P.
4.2.32. Plutonium Rock-Like Oxide Fuel (ROXF). System, their Once-Through Burning and Usage (Egypt) ............................... 3392
Mohamed Mohamed A. E.
4.2.33. Quality and Reliability Assurance of Aerospace Equipment at OJSC Perm Engine Co. by Means of Non-
Destructive Testing (NDT) (Russia)............................................................................................................................................................ 3393
Bashkatov I. G., Kalinin N. P.
4.2.34. Turbomolecular Pump (TMP) Non-Destructive Failure Predicting System (Russia)............................................................. 3396
Basmanov M., Deulin E. A., Demikhov K.
4.2.35. Study of the Effects of Environmental Parameters and Impact in the Compressive Strength of Laminate
Composites (Portugal).................................................................................................................................................................................. 3397
Santos M., Amaro A., Santos J. B.
4.2.36. Measurement of Local Porosity of Particles Reinforced Composites with the Laser Optoacoustic Method
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3406
Karabutov A. A., Podymova N. B., Kobeleva L. I., Chernyshova T. A.
4.2.37. NDT of Aeronautical Materials by Digital Shearography (China)............................................................................................. 3414
Zhang Y., Wang Z., Guo G.

SECTION 4.3 NANOTECHNOLOGIES

4.3.1. Chemically Activated Nanodiamonds as Nanoagents for SHM-Application: Protective and Smart Coating
for Aluminum Alloys (Germany, Belarus)................................................................................................................................................. 3418
Opitz J., Hannstein I., Schreiber J., Lapina V.
4.3.2. Non-Destructive Testing and Technical Diagnosis Aids of Nanoproducts (Russia) .................................................................. 3419
Klyuev V. V., Matveev V. I.
4.3.3. Investigation of Nanoscale Profile of Dielectric Surfaces with the Use of X-Ray Scattering Technique
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3423
Asadchikov V. E., Kozhevnikov I. V., Roshchin B. S., Volkov Yu. O. Muslimov A. E.
4.3.4. Application of the Interference Research Technique of a Surface for Quality Assurance and Scintillation
Crystals and Microelectronics Products (Russia) ..................................................................................................................................... 3428
Byller A. I., Moskalev J. A., Kuleshov V. K., Babikov S. A.
4.3.5. MIM Laser Microscope as a New Insight into Nanomaterial Science (Russia) .......................................................................... 3433
Indukaev K., Ignatyev P., Loparev A., Osipov P.
4.3.6. Visualization and Control of the Internal Structure of Nanocrystallic Titanium and Articles Thereof
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3435
Klimenov V. A., Kapranov B. I., Chakhlov S. V., Belkin D. S., Sharkeev Yu. P., Kolobov Y. R.
4.3.7. Synchrotron Emission for Non-Destructive Testing and Nanodiagnostics (Russia).................................................................. 3443
Kovalchuk M. V., Kvardakov V. V.
4.3.8. Results of Experimental Researches of Metrological Characteristics Nanoelectrodes for Measurement of
Electric Fields of the Ground and Biopotentials of the Person ............................................................................................................... 3444
Avdeeva D. K., Klubovich I. A.
4.3.9. Simulation of Moving Microobjects on Dynamic Background and Its Trajectories Visualization (Belarus) ........................ 3459
Artemiev V. M., Naumov A. O., Kokhan L. L.
4.3.10. Metrology and Standardization for Nanotechnologies (Russia) ................................................................................................ 3465
Todua P. A.
4.3.11. Carbon Nanomaterials of the Taunit Series Research and Applications (Russia) ............................................................ 3473
Mishchenko S. V., Melezhik A. V., DYachkova T. P., Blohin A. N., Dorogobed P. A., Ifanov A. M., Tkachev A. G., Memetov N. R.
4.3.12. Optoelectronic Methods of Geometrical Parameters Measurements with Microand Nanometric Resolution
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3475
Teleshevsky V. I., Bogomolov A. V., Shulepov A. V., Sokolov V. A.
4.3.13. Main Directions of Dynamic Three-Dimensional Analysis of Nano-Structures (Russia) ....................................................... 3485
Shklover V. Ya.
4.3.14. Nanophotonic Materials and Methods for Measuring their Characteristics (Russia) ............................................................ 3486
Levin G.
4.3.15. Nanolevel System of Non-Destructive Diagnosing of Arterial Pipe Lines (Russia) ................................................................. 3488
Deulin E. A.
4.3.16. Application of Scanning Atomic-Forced Spectrometry for Nanophotonic Objects Examination (Russia) .......................... 3489
Molchanov S. P., Alfimov N. V.
4.3.17. Mechanical Testing Techniques: from Micro- to Nanometer Scales as Investigated with Scanning Nano-
Hardness Tester NANOSCAN-3D (Russia)........................................................................................................................................... 3491
Useinov A., Gogolinsky K., Useinov S., Reshetov V., Soloviev V.
4.3.18. Complex Approach to Solutions of Failure Analyze Submicron Semiconductor Devices (Russia) ........................................ 3494
Bespalov A. V., Usachev E. Yu., Sigov A. C.

SECTION 4.4 TRANSDUCERS AND SENSORS

4.4.1. Special Phased Array Ultrasonic Probes Performances Used Within Ontario Power Generation Inspections
(Canada) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3496
Poguet J., Fleury G., Ciorau P.
4.4.2. Research of the Spatio-Temporal Descriptions Detector with Pin Hole Collimator of the Back Scattering
Radiation (Russia) ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3498
Kapranov B. I., Mudrov M. A.
4.4.3. Uncooled Planar Receivers Based on Semiconductor Devices for Millimeter-Wave Vision Systems (Russia) ...................... 3501
Zakamov V. R., Shashkin V. I.
4.4.4. Multi-Component Probe of Hall Type for Measurement of Ferromagnetic A- and A'-Phases in Austenitic
Steels (Russia) ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 3503
Rigmant M. B., Nichipuruk A. P.
4.4.5. GPR Electromagnetic Sensor Array Data Fusion (Romania).................................................................................................... 3505
Grimberg R., Savin A., Steigmann R., Comisu C.-C.
4.4.6. Novel Applications of Wheel-Coupled Array Transducers (England)........................................................................................ 3514
Buckley J., Berry T., Marshall T.
4.4.7. Sensor of Non-Destructive Estimation of Surfases State in Vacuum (Russia) ........................................................................... 3515
Deulin E. A., Skrylev A. V., Basmanov M. S.
4.4.8. Recent Improvements and Industrialisation of Ultrasonic 1D and 2D Flexible Arrays for NDT (France) ............................ 3523
Ruch V., Wilm M., Walter S., Fleury G., Poguet S., Dumas Ph., Casula O.
4.4.9. Calculation and Designing of Universal Transducers for the Ultrasonic Control of Welded Joint
Connections of Polyethylene Pipes (Moldova)........................................................................................................................................... 3524
Isaenko F., Kalyukin G.
4.4.10. Development of Magnetostrictive Sensor Technology for Guided Wave Examinations of Piping and Tubing
(USA).............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3529
Vinogradov S. A., Leonard J.
4.4.11. Technogenic Analyzer Multiplex System Based on Fiber-Optic Sensors (Russia) .................................................................. 3538
Zelenskiy V. A., Shaternikov S. V., Voytsekhovskaya E. A.
4.4.12. Methods of Improvement of Specifications of Single-Winding Eddy Current Displacement Transducers for
Conducting Objects (Russia)....................................................................................................................................................................... 3539
Klyushev A. V., Kirpichev A. A., Gorshkov E. P., Shkatov P. N.
4.4.13. Vibration Transducers with Built-in Electronics with C Temperature Compensation and Self-Testing
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3541
Golubyatnikov I. V., Kirpichev A. A., Redushev A. A., Tsyplenkov A. N.
SECTION 4.5 MODELLING AND SIGNAL PROCESSING, IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION

4.5.1. Visualization of Package Induced Deformation of Integrated Circuits (Germiny) .................................................................... 3544
Muller B. R., Lange A., Harwardt M., Hentschel M. P., Tilgner R., Alpern P.
4.5.2. Image-Based Automated Defect Recognition via Statistical Learning of Monkowski Functionals.......................................... 3549
Zhao F., Mendonca P., Kaucic R.
4.5.3. Simulation Tools for Ultrasonic Guided Wave Inspection Methods (France) ........................................................................... 3560
Lhemery A., Jezzine K., Baronian V., Mahaut S.
4.5.4. Original Installation for Complex Measurement of Acoustic Parameters in Condensed Media (Russia).............................. 3569
Bazylev P. V., Kondratjev A. I., Lugovoy V. A.
4.5.5. Application of Physical Scaled Models for Development of Ultrasonic Long Range NDT Techniques for
Inspection of Large Objects (Lithuania).................................................................................................................................................... 3584
Mazeika L., Kazys R., Sliteris R., Raisutis R., Vladisauskas A.
4.5.6. The Purpose of Multiscale Modelling for Advanced NDT Methods (Algeria) ........................................................................... 3586
Bettayeb F.
4.5.7. Statistical Group-Theoretical Methods of Image Processing for Non-Destructive Testing (Russia, Germany) .................... 3587
Baranov V. A., Ewert U.
4.5.8. Optimization of X-Ray Sources by Modeling (Germany)............................................................................................................. 3594
Deresch A., Jaenisch G.-R., Bellon C., Warrikhoff A.
4.5.9. On Line Analysis and Interpretation of Ultrasonic Images to Improve the Selectivity of the Control
Installations for Steel Pipes (France).......................................................................................................................................................... 3604
Bisiaux B., Deneuville F., Nourrit N., Petit S., Segura A.
4.5.10. Application of Signal Processing Techniques to Ultrasonic TOFD Testing of Austenitic Welds (Iran,
Canada).......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3611
Tabatabaeipour S. M., Honarvar F.
4.5.11. Dual Filtering Based Time Frequency Method for Ultrasonic Material Evaluation (Algeria) .............................................. 3616
Bettayeb F.
4.5.12. Correction of the Maximum Position during the Processing of a Digitized Signal (Russia) .................................................. 3617
Sirbu V. N.
4.5.13. Simulation of Complex Ultrasonic NDT Cases Using Coupled Analytical-Numerical Method: The Mohycan
Project (France) ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 3621
Mahaut S., Leymarie N., Fouquet T., Dupond O., Bonnet-Ben Dhia A.-S., Joly P., Collino F., Foucher F.
4.5.14. Scatter Calculations in Radiographic Modelling (France) ......................................................................................................... 3629
Schumm A., Duvauchelle P., Giot J., Tabary J., Fernandez R., Mistral Q., Kaftandjian V.
4.5.15. Nondestructive Inspection Technique of Dielectric Films in Metal-Oxide-Semicondactor Structure (Russia) ................... 3640
Andreev V. V., Stolyarov A. A., Vasutin M. S.
4.5.16. Time-Varying Inverse Filtering for High Resolution Imaging with Ultrasonic Guided Waves (Germany)......................... 3651
Moll J., Fritzen C.-P.
4.5.17. Lockin-Speckle-Interferometry with Modulated Optical and Inductive Excitation (Germany) ........................................... 3661
Menner P., Schmitz P., Gerhard H., Busse G.
4.5.18. New Ultrasonic Array Imaging of Crack-Type Defects Based on Simulation-Helped Processing (France)......................... 3670
Paillard S., Iakovleva E., Chatillon S., Calmon P.
4.5.19. Structure-Oriented Algorithms of Vizualization of Zones of Crack Formation in Welding (Russia,
Germany)....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3678
Baranov V. A., Ewert U.
4.5.20. Simulation of Ultrasonic, Eddy Current and Radiographic Techniques with the Civa Software Platform
(France).......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3689
Dubois P., Lonne S., Mahaut S., Jenson F.
4.5.21. Application of Data Fusion Theory and Support Vector Machine to X-Ray Castings Inspection (Germany,
France) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3697
Osman A., Kaftandjian V., Hassler U.
4.5.22. Simulation Based Pod Evaluation of NDI Techniques (France) ................................................................................................ 3707
Jenson F., Mahaut S., Calmon P., Poidevin C.
4.5.23. Multi-Domain Industrial Benchmarks for Eddy Current Modelling: The Cofrend Working Group
(France).......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3717
Mayos M., Sollier T., Lambert M., Gilles-Pascaud C., Moreau O., Dessendre M., Deneuville F., Reboud C., Foucher F., Mistral Q.,
Debroise M., Levy R.
4.5.24. Ultrasound and Eddy Current Nondestructive Evaluation of CFRP Correlation with Mechanical
Properties of the Composites (Romania, Slovenia)................................................................................................................................... 3727
Grimberg R., Savin A., Steigmann R., Curtu I., Barsanescu P. D., Grum J.
4.5.25. Problem of Modelling of Properties of Heterogeneities of Solid Mediums. Results and Prospects (Russia)........................ 3737
Abbakumov K. E.
4.5.26. Symmetry Analysis Signal Processing for Local Nonlinear Scatterers Signature of Complex Materials
Structural Integrity (France, Korea, Czech Republic)............................................................................................................................. 3739
Dos Santos S., Amami S., Vejvodova S., Prevorovsky Z.
4.5.27. Implicit Active Contours Applied to the Fetal Echocardiographic Images Segmentation: a Comparative
Study (Portugal)............................................................................................................................................................................................ 3749
Santos J. B., Silva J. S., Antunes S. G.
4.5.28. On-Line Automatic Suppression of Artifacts in Multi-Dimensional Signals Using ICA (Russia) .......................................... 3759
Korshakov A. V., Frolov A. A., Bobrov P. D.
4.5.29. The Overview of On-Line Speech Processing Algorithms for Speaker Identification Systems (Russia) .............................. 3764
Korshakov A. V.
4.5.30. Quality Testing of Block Flutes Using National Instruments Technologies (Russia) .............................................................. 3772
Mackhova V. A., Mackhov V. E.
4.5.31. Development of Combined Methods for Nondestructive Testing and Diagnostics (Russia)................................................... 3774
Golubyatnikov I. V., Shaternikov V. E., Klyuev S. V.
4.5.32. Application of Dual-Energy Digital Radiography for Portable X-Ray Television Systems (Russia) .................................... 3775
Schetinkin S. A., Chakhlov S. V., Usachev E. Yu.
4.5.33. Graphic Presentation Acoustic and Electromagnetic Fields Exciting by Electromagnetic Acoustic (EMA)
Method (Russia)............................................................................................................................................................................................ 3776
Remesov V. B.
4.5.34. Application of Transit Thermal Processes for Eddy-Current Thermal Flaw Detection and Determination of
Physic-Mechanical Parameters of Articles with Complex Structure (Russia) ...................................................................................... 3777
Klyuev S. V.

SECTION 5. STANDARDIZATION, CERTIFICATION AND METROLOGY

SECTION 5.1. CERTIFICATION, QUALIFICATION, TRAINING OF PERSONNEL

5.1.1. Thermal Testing within the System Securing Industrial Safety and Energy Efficiency of Industrial Facilities
and Housing and Public Utilities Sector. Experience in Personnel Certification under Russian and European
Standards 4.1 (Russia) ................................................................................................................................................................................. 3778
Biryukova N. P., Abramova E. V., Batov G. P.
5.1.2. Computed Radiography Technique for Weld Inspection: the Process of Qualification and Validation of
Inspection Procedures in Brazil (Brazil).................................................................................................................................................... 3779
Marinho C. A., Rabello J. M. B., Aiub M., Iguchi E., Lopes R. T., Oliveira D. F., Silva A. S. S., Castro L., Ferreira L., Santos S.,
Milani H., Freitas N.
5.1.3. RSE-M Qualification of an Ultrasonic Inspection System for the Examination of Primary Pipe Branch
Nozzles Inner Surface (France, United Kingdom).................................................................................................................................... 3796
Desprez D., Dikstra B., McNeil C., Kurdi J.
5.1.4. Harmonization of the Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) System in Uzbekistan with Requirements of
International Standards (Uzbekistan)........................................................................................................................................................ 3799
Azizova E. A.
5.1.5. The Advantages and Limitations of Linking Industrial Needs with Academic Research (United Kingdom) ........................ 3803
Dunhill A., Wooldridge A. B.
5.1.6. Forming of Research and Education Environment of World Level in the Field of Non-Destructive Testing
on the Base of the Centre for Advanced Training of NDT Experts in Tomsk Polytechnic University (Russia) ............................... 3804
Klimenov V. A., Kruning M., Kapranov B. I., Kuleshov V. K., Arnold W., Shumikhin V. F., Alkhimov Y. V., Tolmachev I. I.,
Oglezneva L. A., Efimov P. V.
5.1.7. Competency Confirmation of Conformity Evaluating Bodies in the Field of Nondestructive Testing at
Hazardous Production Facilities (Russia).................................................................................................................................................. 3807
Kotelnikov V. S., Konovalov N. N., Shevchenko V. P., Dergachev A.
5.1.8. Statistics of NDT Specialists Certification in Siberian Region (Russia)...................................................................................... 3814
Kapranov B. I., Klimenov V. A., Kuleshov V. K., Mudrov M. A., Shumikhin V. F.
5.1.9. Qualification of Advanced Ultrasonic Testing According to Various Guidelines (Belgium).................................................... 3817
Chardome V., Cruysweegs E., Cermak J., Delaide M., Plateau M., Leemans F.
5.1.10. Russian and International Approach to Creation of Industrial Sectors for NDT Personnel Certification
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3824
Volkova N., Mullin A., Lagutina S.
5.1.11. NDT Life How the Internet is Changing it (United Kingdom)................................................................................................ 3826
Gilbert D. J.
5.1.12. Features of Certifying Specialists in Non-Destructive Testing within the Limits of Large, but
Underpopulated Territory (Russia)............................................................................................................................................................ 3843
Panin V. I.
5.1.13. Ukrainian NDT Personnel Qualification Evaluation Systems (Russia) .................................................................................... 3844
Radko V. I.
5.1.14. Improvement of Product Quality through Evaluation of NDT Personnel Competence in the Republic of
Belarus (Belarus) .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 3846
Popoudina S.A., Polzikova V. S.
5.1.15. Experience of Work within the System of Voluntary Certification of Personnel in the Field of Non-
Destructive Testing and Technical Diagnostics of RSNDTTD (Russia)............................................................................................... 3847
Biryukova N. P.
5.1.16. Ultrasonic Steel Cleanliness Inspection According to SEP 1927 Based on the ECHOGRAPH 1093
(Germany) ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3848
Deutsch A. K. W., Maxam K., Razeng M., Kierspel S.
5.1.17. An Integrated Education Programme for NDT Professionals (United Kingdom)................................................................... 3857
Gallagher M. E.
5.1.18. Present Status of NDT Applications and Qualification & Certification of NDT Personnel in Bangladesh
(Bangladesh).................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3865
Ullah S.
5.1.19. NDE Education and Training for Engineering and Engineering Technology Programs (USA) ........................................... 3875
Genis V., Lewin P. A., Berger W. A.
5.1.20. Management of Personnel Professional Actifities on Non-Destructive Testing (Ukraine) ..................................................... 3887
Belokur I. P., Gordonna Y. O.
5.1.21. Education, Training, Certification, how to Be Succesfull (Canada).......................................................................................... 3890
Einav I.
5.1.22. Hardware-Software Complex Training Apparatus of the Operator of Devices of Non-Destructive Testing
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3893
Shaternikov V. E., Didin G. A., Filinov A. V., Arakelov P. G.
5.1.23. Training of Experts in the Field of Technical Diagnostics (Russia)........................................................................................... 3898
Kolokolnikov S., Dubov An.
5.1.24. Certification of Specialists on Non-Destructive Testing of Objects Railway Transport in the Izhevsk State
Technical University (Russia) ..................................................................................................................................................................... 3906
Muraviev V. V.
5.1.25. Qualification of Inservice Inspections in Finland (Finland) ....................................................................................................... 3909
Sillanpaa J., Packalen T., Ukkonen P.
5.1.26. NDT in Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan) ................................................................................................................................................... 3910
Mammadov S.

SECTION 5.2 STANDARDIZATION

5.2.1. The Value of Diconde in Multi-Modal NDT Environments (Germany, Usa)............................................................................. 3912
Jobst M., Koetz A., Clendening S.
5.2.2. Comparative Analysis of Normative Documents (Kazakhstan)................................................................................................... 3918
Pokasov I. M., Pokasov U. I.
5.2.3. The Role of Non-Destructive Testing Methods (NDTM) in Harmonization of Space Electronic Components
Basis Test Operations in Russian Federation and Western Europe (Russia)........................................................................................ 3919
Danilin N. S.
5.2.4. Standardization Experience of the TC-132 Committee in the Field of Technical Diagnostics, Stress Control
and Lifetime Assessment (Russia) .............................................................................................................................................................. 3920
Dubov An., Uglov A. L.
5.2.5. Treatment of Topical Problems of Modern Supervision and Industrial Safety in Portal Safeprom.ru
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3923
Ryabov A. A.
5.2.6. GOST R 528892007 Nondestructive Testing. Acoustic Method for Testing Tightening Force of Threaded
Joints. General Requirements (Russia).................................................................................................................................................... 3925
Bobrov V.T., Kozlov V. N., Bobrenko V.M., GulShin A. V., Maiorov G. N., Uglov A. L.

SECTION 5.3. NDT METROLOGY

5.3.1. Coating Thickness Measures for Verification of Thickness Meters (Russia) ............................................................................. 3928
Babadjanov L. S., Babadjanova M. L.
5.3.2. Main Metrological Parameters of Ultrasonic Flaw Detector with Tomographic Mode (Russia) ............................................ 3934
Kozlov V. N.
5.3.3. Features of Calibrating Measuring Systems of Magnetic Particle Flaw Detectors (Russia) .................................................... 3935
Lisitsin V. I., Shelikhov G. S., Glazkov Yu.A.
5.3.4. Theoretical and Experimental Basis of Test Signal Parameter Decision in the Leak Detection and Location
System (Ukraine) .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 3937
Zamikhovskiy L., Rovinskiy V., Shtayer L.
5.3.5. Automated System for Quick Ultrasonic Transducers Calibration (Russia) .............................................................................. 3938
Bazulin A. E., Bazulin E. G.
5.3.6. Non-Standard Spesimens Ultrasound Defectoscopy of Pipes (Ukraine) ..................................................................................... 3948
Klymenko S. M., Malaychyk V. P., Mozgovoy A. V.
5.3.7. Thermal Stability of Parameters of Piezoelectric Transducers as Factor Defining Reproducibility and
Trustworthiness of Ultrasonic Testing Results (Russia) .......................................................................................................................... 3960
Gurvich A. K., Kuzmina L. I., Nikolaev S. V.
5.3.8. Ultrasonic Gauges Based on Mirror-Shadow Method for Testing Articles with Equidistant Surfaces
(Russia) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3962
Gurvich A. K., Akhmetova A. A.
5.3.9. Metrological Aspects of Non-Destructive Testing (Russia) .......................................................................................................... 3964
Muravskaya N. P.
5.3.10. Detailed Analysis of Impact-Echo Signals of Specimens with Nonlinear Effects (Czech Republic) ...................................... 3965
Hajek K., Bajer J., Sikula S.
5.3.11. Reference Complex for Metrological Ensuring of Ultrasonic Measurements in Solid Media (Russia) ................................ 3973
Arkhipov V. I., Bazylev P. V., Lugovoy V. A., Kondratjev
5.3.12. On the Way from Defectoscopy to Defectometry (Russia) ......................................................................................................... 3982
Ivanov V. I.
5.3.13. Certification of Samples for Nondestructive Testing (Russia) ................................................................................................... 3984
Babadjanov L. S., Babadjanova M. L.
5.3.14. Modified Calibration Block of V-2 Type (Russia) ....................................................................................................................... 3992
Panin V. I., Shulatov A. V.

FORUMS AND WORKSHOPS

ASNT NDE RELIABILITY WORKSHOP

1 NDE Reliability Workshop (USA) ........................................................................................................................................................... 3993


Vukelich S. I., Kropas-Hughes C.
2 Nondestructive Inspection Reliability (USA) ......................................................................................................................................... 3994
Rummel W. D.
3 Automated Dimensioning and Ultrasonic Inspection Capability within the TESI Robotic Inspection System
(USA).............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3995
Kramb V., Olding R., Sebastian J.
4 Computed Radiography the New Film Why Make the Switch? (Belgium, USA)....................................................................... 3996
Boiy L., Cuscino R.
5 Navigating Standards to Aid in the Selection of Blade Inspection Systems (Belgium, USA)............................................................ 3997
Boiy L., Telesz S., Mills R.
Author Index