Damir Markučič

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Among the ultrasound based NDT methods and techniques, some are used for materials characterization. In a typical situation, some of the measurable properties of a tested object’s material are used as a data set for characterization. The basis of measurements are properties of an ultrasonic pulse that can propagate through the object. In order to obtain(More)
Because of the unique characteristics of imaging plates, computed radiography (cRT) enables the development of new radiographic techniques that were not possible with conventional film radiography, including material characterization. In this case, achieving maximum radiographic image quality is imperative which implies that every parameter of the cRT(More)
Integration of an ultrasonically-based system for materials characterization and a hand-probe was demonstrated to have a large potential in detection of buried mines for the purpose of humanitarian demining. In the integration, the absence of interferences with the conventional, contact technique of hand-probe use was emphasized. The characteristics of(More)
In this paper the initial analysis of NDT laboratory is presented by means of agent-based modelling. For the purpose of analysis, laboratory is taken into account as a complex system consisting of three agents; equipment, personnel and specimens. Interaction between the agents is circular. In that sense, the agents are mutually interconnected in a way that(More)
The application of ionizing radiation in industry for nondestructive testing entails a specific framework of working conditions that include field work, facilities with different radioactive sources, maintenance thereof without halting production, use of nonionizing radiation, and exposure to chemical agents. The present study gives an estimation of recent(More)
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