Modeling Nondestructive Testing Methods with COMSOL Multiphysics® - Archived

This is a recording of a webinar that originally aired on April 27, 2022

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Join us for this webinar to learn how to model nondestructive testing (NDT) using COMSOL Multiphysics®.

NDT methods are widely used in industry as well as academia for evaluating materials, components, and systems without subjecting them to physical damage. In this webinar, we will show you how you can use COMSOL Multiphysics® to model different NDT methods, include complex geometries, obtain accurate and highly detailed results, and optimize the techniques and devices used for testing.

Attend this webinar to see how multiphysics simulation can enhance the NDT process. You will see how to visualize internal defects and material-physics interactions, validate experiment parameters, and analyze testing equipment designs. We will discuss several NDT methods, including acoustic emission testing, electromagnetic testing, ultrasonic testing, and laser testing. You will also learn how to simulate electromagnetic acoustic transducers (EMATs), eddy currents, and active thermography.

This webinar includes a live demonstration and you are free to ask questions during the presentation or in the Q&A session at the end.

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Archived Webinar Details

Speaker

Utkarsh Chhibber
Applications Engineer II

Utkarsh Chhibber is an applications engineer at COMSOL specializing in duct acoustics and noise control. He received his PhD in mechanical engineering from IIT Dhanbad, where he worked on compact acoustic filters for broadband noise attenuation.