Application of AMIT as a Non-Destructive and Condition Monitoring Technique
Industrial components like turbines, pipelines, engines and forging dies can degrade during in-service mechanical and chemical stresses. It affects the yield strength, fracture toughness, hardness and residual stress of materials. These mechanical properties are measured using the Automated Mechanical Indentation Tester (AMIT) – a non-destructive and an in-situ technique. In this webinar, we will share case studies on the role of AMIT in condition monitoring of industrial components. It will be followed by a live online demonstration of portable AMIT. There will be a Q&A session with the panel of AMIT users from key industries to address all your research questions.
After you attend this webinar, you will be able to:
- Learn the basics of instrumented indentation technique
- Understand the working principle of AMIT
- Estimate the relevance of AMIT compared to UTM in the lab
- Understand the potential of AMIT in power plant industry (e.g. condition monitoring of pipe lines).
Why should you attend this webinar?
- Certificate of participation (Online course: Application of AMIT as a non-destructive and condition monitoring technique)
- Get a free advice related to your research questions from a panel of industrial experts
- Access to research materials and industrial customer case study
Register here for the webinar