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Webinar: Time-of-Flight Diffraction - An Introduction to TOFD and its role within the Non-destructive Testing Field

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Wednesday, April 15, 2015 10:00 am
Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)

The history, theory, and practical applications of the TOFD method with information on emerging applications.

Time-of-flight diffraction (TOFD) has been around for many years as both a standalone and supplemental non-destructive testing (NDT) method for inspecting or monitoring conditions of various components across many industries.

This webinar will review the history, theory, and practical applications of the TOFD method along with information on emerging applications and related codes, standards, and training considerations. A question and answer session will follow the live presentation.

Nicholas Bublitz,
Global Product Support Specialist, Olympus
Nicholas Bublitz has been employed by Olympus Scientific Solutions (Olympus NDT) for about 9 years, coming to work for them after obtaining an Associates in Applied Science Degree in Nondestructive Testing Technology from Southeast Community College. Having held positions ranging from Technical Support, Sales Management, Technical Support management, and Global Technical Support focusing on phased array, TOFD and automated system technology, he is now involved in many aspects of marketing, business development, product development and technical support across industries.

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