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CDT in Quantitative Non-destructive Evaluation

Imperial College London, Bristol, Nottingham, Manchester, Strathclyde, Warwick

 

RCNDE.jpgThis centre's research programme covers all branches of NDE. All projects must have the potential for significant industrial impact. Priority themes include modelling, reliability, automation, defect characterisation, sensor technology, structural health monitoring, and the challenges of advanced materials and difficult access. Where possible the projects integrate NDE into materials engineering and structural performance. Centre partners are companies in the energy, aerospace, defence, nuclear, transportation and manufacturing industries, as well as suppliers of new NDE technology.

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