Eml 4xxx introduction to nondestructive testing and mechanical health monitoring




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Florida International University - College of Engineering – Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering – Miami

EML 4XXX

INTRODUCTION TO NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING AND

MECHANICAL HEALTH MONITORING


Catalog Description:


Nondestructive Testing (NDT) and Mechanical Health Monitoring (MHM) techniques will be introduced. Computational methods for interpretation of signals will be discussed.


Course Objectives:


  1. To introduce the theory and application of nondestructive testing methods.

  2. To review mechanical health monitoring techniques.

  3. To let the student to gain hands on experience on the NDT and MHM systems.

  4. To train students to develop computational techniques for interpretation of the sensors in NDT and MHM applications.


Learning Outcomes:


Students will be able to select the most appropriate NDT and MHM method according to the application and learn the operation principles of the equipment.


Major Topics:


  1. Introduction to Radiography

  2. Review of magnetic particle tests

  3. Introduction to ultrasonic testing

  4. Liquid penetrant tests

  5. Acoustic emissions

  6. Leak testing methods

  7. Basics of mechanical health monitoring

  8. Lamb waves and their usage in mechanical health monitoring

  9. Strain – remaining life modeling

  10. Automated interpretation of the sensory signals in NDT and MHM


Prerequisites:


Permission of the instructor.


Textbook:


Handbook of Nondestructive Evaluation, Chuck Hellier, McGraw-Hill Professional, 1st edition, 2001. ISBN: 0070281211.


Reference Book:


Introduction to Nondestructive Testing: A Training Guide, Paul E. Mix, Interscience, 1987. ISBN: 0471831263.


EML 4XXX INTRODUCTION TO NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING AND MECHANICAL HEALTH MONITORING

Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Program Educational Objectives:




Show the program objectives that are directly supported by this course and briefly describe how each objective is achieved relative to course topics and practices employed in the course.





Mechanical & Materials Engineering Program Educational Objectives

Mark X if Applies

Description

  1. Broad and in-depth knowledge of engineering science and principles in the major fields of Mechanical Engineering for effective engineering practice, professional growth, and as a base for life-long learning.







  1. Hands-on experience with state-of-the-art instruments and laboratory techniques to bridge classroom learning with practical, “real-life” problems.

X

Students will learn the state of the art NDT and MHM techniques and be familiar with the operation of related equipment.

  1. The ability to utilize analytical and experimental methods and modern computer technology for decision-making and engineering design and to solve realistic engineering problems.

X

Students will be able to use computational techniques to interpret sensory signals.

  1. The ability to work effectively with others in a team while simultaneously maintaining independent and creative thought.







  1. The ability to communicate effectively and to articulate technical matters using verbal, written, and graphic techniques.







  1. An adequate background to pursue graduate studies in engineering and other fields.







  1. A sense of professional and social responsibility, including a commitment to protect both occupational and public health and safety, developed through consideration of moral, social, and ethical paradigms related to the engineering profession and practice.






EML 4XXX INTRODUCTION TO NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING AND MECHANICAL HEALTH MONITORING

Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Program Educational Outcomes:

Show the program outcomes that are directly achieved by this course and describe how each outcome is achieved in terms of specific tools employed in the course.


Mechanical & Materials Engineering Program Educational Outcomes

Mark X if Applies

Description

  1. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.







  1. Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

X

Students will learn how to select the proper NDT and MHM methods, be familiar with equipment and interpretation of data.

  1. Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs.







  1. Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams.

X

NDT and MHM techniques have been developed by multi-disciplinary teams. Students will acquire such experience.

  1. Ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.







  1. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.







  1. Ability to communicate effectively.







  1. Broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.







  1. Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in, life long learning.

X

NDT and MHM methods change very quickly. Operators and researchers have to follow the developments very closely to satisfy the allowable inspection time and minimum accuracy requirements.

  1. Knowledge of contemporary issues.

X

Mechanical Health monitoring is a recently developed concept and requires extensive research.

  1. Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

X

NDT and MHM equipment represents modern engineering tools. Students will gain skills to use them for engineering practice.

  1. Knowledge of probability and statistics, including applications to Mechanical Engineering.







  1. Knowledge of mathematics and of basic and engineering science necessary to carry out analysis and design appropriate to Mechanical Engineering.







  1. Ability to apply advanced mathematics through multivariable calculus and differential equations.







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