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An Overview of Digital Radiography for the Aerospace Sector

Radiographic testing (RT) is a widely adapted nondestructive testing (NDT) method used for quality control of industrial products in many sectors. Safety-relevant parts in the aerospace sector, in particular, are subject to comprehensive tests. This article will focus on the aerospace sector and its special requirements for the implementation of digital radiography (DR) systems.

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