COURSE NAME:Radiographic Testing, Level II


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It is recommended that the trainee receive instruction in this course prior to performing in  work



  • The level III course review the basic principles developed at level II and then goes on to discuss the advantages and limitations of Various Radiographic Testing Procedures. A great deal of importance is placed on the Inspection & Evaluation of indications arising from both primary and secondary processing discontinuities.


1.0 Principles / Theory


            1.1       Nature of penetrating radiation

            1.2       Interaction between penetrating radiation and matter

            1.3       Radiography

                        1.3.1 Imaging by film

                        1.3.2 Imaging by fluorescent materials

                        1.3.3 Imaging by electronic devices

            1.4       Radiometry



2.0 Equipment / Materials


            2.1       Electrically generated sources

                        2.1.1 X-ray sources

               Generators and tubes as an integrated system

               Sources of electrons

               Electron accelerating methods

               Target materials and characteristics

               Equipment design considerations


            2.2       Particulate radiation sources

            2.3       Radiation detectors

                        2.3.1 Imaging

                           Film principles properties


                           TV and optical systems

                           Other non-film devices


3.0 Technique / Calibrations


            3.1       Imaging considerations

                        3.1.1 Sensitivity

                        3.1.2 Contrast and definition

                        3.1.3 Geometric factors

                        3.1.4 Intensifying screens

                        3.1.5 Scattered radiation

                        3.1.6 Source factors

                        3.1.7 Detection media

                        3.1.8 Exposure curve



            3.2       Film processing

                        3.2.1 Darkroom procedures

                        3.2.2 Darkroom equipment and chemicals

                        3.2.3 Film processing                                                                                                                                


            3.3       Viewing of radiographs

                        3.3.1 Illuminator requirements

                        3.3.2 Background lighting

                        3.3.3 Optical aids


            3.4       Judging radiographic quality

                        3.4.1 Density

                        3.4.2 Contrast

                        3.4.3 Definition

                        3.4.4 Artifacts

                        3.4.5 IQI’s

                        3.4.6 Causes and correction of unsatisfactory radiographs


            3.5       Exposure calculations


            3.6       Radiographic techniques

                        3.6.1 Blocking and filtering

                        3.6.2 Multi-film techniques

                        3.6.3 Enlargement and projection

                        3.6.4 Stereoradiography




  • The course is designed for anyone who is interested in satisfying the certification requirements for Radiographic Testing Level III certification or who needs a thorough knowledge and practical experience of Radiographic Testing Techniques.
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