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SPECIALISED COURSES:


1.BOROSCOPIC INSPECTION

Boroscopic testing is a visual inspection test for internal heat exchanger and tube failures using fiber optic and rigid boroscopes including photography or videotape.

Boroscopic testing reveals damages to internal blades etc. Boroscopes are used for inspection in other applications also.Anywhere access is difficult is a potential application.

Training on usage of borescopes is minimal since they are simple optical devices such as a digital camera, telescope or microscope. However the advantage of the optics used in a borescope is that they yield a long depth of field. Microscopes use high magnification and can only be used in a limited range whereas the magnification of a borescope allows a wide depth of field or range where they are in focus.

Borescope usage in industry increases as more and more companies realize the cost savings associated with non-destructive testing. Borescope Video Capturing of critical components in a factory environment cannot be underestimated as a valuable service by the quality control department. To document inspection results often still images are captured by a video borescope or flexible borescope with video camera mounting on the eyepiece. This allows very quick results and communication of the testing process to various departments within a company and such borescope images can be very simply emailed or printed.

Video Captures from a borescope inspection also allows viewing by more than one person at a time. A team of people can instantly see the test results on a LCD or Color monitor display to assist in a diagnosis of the problem. In the case of turbine inspections, test results can be compared from one TBO to the next. Organizing the data in an archive assures that historical borescope inspection records can be instantly retrieved and reevaluated for differences in wear, erosion, corrosion or other conditions that can get progressively worse as time passes. Being able to organize borescope inspection records for each engine allows critical decision making easier since the history is fully captured in still images or video.

Once an archival of Borescope inspections are gathered together and the history available at anytime, only then can a company benefit from having this documentation. During the service life of a high stressed component such as the high speed rotating parts on a jet engine it is crucial to have records to document all measures of safety and maintenance procedures relating to any product liability actions that may occur. Having and maintaining borescope records will insure that history of a component or engine meets the service life requirements to comply with maintenance procedures the engine manufacturer prescribes in their maintenance manuals.

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Eligiblity Required

SSLC ,Higher Secondary/equivalent,VHSE,ITI,DIPLOMA OR Equivalent

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Examinations are CONDUCTED IN BOTH ONLINE AND OFFLINE METHODS.


2. PCN LEVEL 2

PCN EXAMINATION PREPARATORY TRAINING AT AXIONZ INSTITUTE OF PETROLEUM
(Date will be announced later)

S.NoTraining Method Code No.Duration
1.Welds Radiographic Film Interpretation Dense MetalsRI-01 RI-welds, Level-27 days
RI Welds PCN ExaminationsRI, Welds Level-2
2.Ultrasonic Testing Plate & Pipe (PCN 3.1 & 3.2)UT-01 PCN Level-212 days
UT 3.1 & 3.2 PCN Examinations3.1 & 3.2, Level-2
3.Magnetic Particle Testing & Liquid Penetrant Testing (Welds - Portable kit)MT/PT-01 PCN Level-29 days
MT Welds PCN ExaminationsMT Level-2
PT Welds ExaminationsPT Level-2

Course content:

  • Welding processes
  • Consumables
  • Procedures
  • Welding defects
  • Specifications
  • Specification analysis
  • Mechanical testing of welds
  • Cutting and joint preparation
  • Basic steel metallurgy
  • Heat affected zone
  • Pre-heat and post heat
  • Weld repairs
  • Weld symbols
  • Practical exercises
  • Examination Syllabuses

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