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"Non-Destructive Testing Methods with an Emphasis on Electromagnetic Techniques"
koje će na Fakultetu elektrotehnike i računarstva održati dr. sc. Athanasios Kyrgiazoglou sa sveučilišta University of Western Macedonia iz Grčke, u četvrtak 21. rujna 2023. godine u 11:00 sati u dvorani D-160.
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Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) is a crucial discipline for ensuring the integrity, safety, and reliability of various structures and materials without causing any harm or alteration. This abstract provides an overview of Non-Destructive Testing Methods with a specific focus on Electromagnetic Techniques. Electromagnetic Techniques, a subset of NDT, employ electromagnetic fields and interactions to inspect and assess materials, detect defects, and gather essential information about their properties. This abstract explores the principles, applications, and advantages of electromagnetic NDT methods. We delve into the versatility of electromagnetic techniques in evaluating a wide range of materials, such as metals, composites, and non-metallic materials. Furthermore, we highlight the significance of these methods in various industries, including aerospace, automotive, construction, and manufacturing, for quality control, maintenance, and failure analysis. The abstract underscores the evolving technological advancements in electromagnetic NDT, including the integration of artificial intelligence, robotics, and digital signal processing, which enhance inspection efficiency and accuracy. Additionally, it emphasizes the importance of rigorous training and certification for NDT practitioners to ensure reliable results. In conclusion, this abstract offers a comprehensive overview of Non-Destructive Testing Methods, with a dedicated focus on the invaluable contributions and continuous advancements in Electromagnetic Techniques. These techniques play a pivotal role in maintaining the structural integrity and safety of critical components, thereby contributing to the overall reliability and longevity of various engineering systems.
Athanasios Kyrgiazoglou received the Diploma degree in Material Science Engineering from the University of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece, in 2014, the M.Sc. degree in Welding Engineering and NDI from the Technological Education Institute of Western Macedonia, Kozani, Greece, in 2017, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Western Macedonia, Kozani, in 2021. He is working in research programs, and he also teaching courses at the Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering the University of Western Macedonia as an Adjunct Lecturer. His research interests focused on the application of electromagnetic fields in ferromagnetic and non-ferromagnetic materials.