Radiographic Testing (RT) is a non-destructive testing (NDT) method which uses either x-rays or gamma rays to examine the internal structure of manufactured components identifying any flaws or defects.

Course Timeline:
Advantages & Dis-Advantages, Applications Of Radiographic Testing
Properties of X-Ray & Gamma Rays
Basic Physics of Radio-Graphic Testing
Radio Active Decay
Radiation Interaction With Matters
X-Ray Equipment
High Voltage X-Ray Production
Gamma Ray Equipment
Radiographic Film
Intensifying Screens
Film Loading
Film Exposing
Film Processing
Auto Film Processing
Radio Graphic Testing Image Quality
Image Quality Indicator Part 1
Film Interpretation Part 1
Film Interpretation Part 2
Monitoring Instruments Part 1
Radiation Units
Working Procedure Of Radio Graphic Testing
Biological Effect Of Radio Graphic Testing
Radiation safety
Monitoring Instruments Part 2
Image Quality Indicator Part 2
Types Of Films
Geometric Unsharpness
Exposing Time Calculations
Things To Be Discussed Before Exposing
Film Packing and Storage of Radio Graphic Testing
Radio Activity
X-Ray Production Ways
Introduction to Radiographic Testing
Preparation of Artificial Isotope
Electromagnetic Spectrum
History Of Radiographic Testing
Radioactive Isotope

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