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Digital Image Correlation and Its Role in NDE

Advancements in nondestructive evaluation (NDE) have represented a continuous process of technology achievements moving toward easier approaches, a wider range of applications, and better results outcomes. Materials and component characterization is done in many instances using destructive testing, which is effective but time-consuming, costly, and difficult to obtain feedback during manufacturing. Today, new, efficient, and noninvasive materials characterization technologies are becoming standard in industry, offering cost-effective applicability and quality benefits. In addition, newer inventions, state-of-the-art methodologies and instrumentations in NDE, and characterization technologies are offering ample support to industry to advance work and operations.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.32548/2022.me-04306

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Aerospace Testing International. 2021. “Digital image correlation: How and when to use it in aerospace testing.” Aerospace Testing International, 25 March 2021. https://aerospacetestinginternational.com/ features/how-digital-image-correlation-is-maturing-into-an-accurate-and-trusted-tool-for-aerospace-engineers.html

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