MUSE Mobile Ultrasonic Equipment

The MUSE, a portable ultrasonic imaging system, was developed for in-field inspections of light-weight structures. The MUSE consists of a motor-driven...

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MUSE Mobile Ultrasonic Equipment New: Manipulator Z400

The MUSE, a portable ultrasonic imaging system, was developed for in-field inspections of light-weight structures. The MUSE consists of a motor-driven manipulator, a water circulation system for the acoustic coupling and a portable ultrasonic flaw detector (USPC 3010). The MUSE provides images of internal defects (A-, B-,C- and D-scan).

Applications

Highlights

• Ultrasonic imaging • In-Service-inspections • Indication of defects • Inspections of aircraft components

• Automatic ultrasonic testing • Motor driven manipulation system with vacuum pads • Probe holder for “local immersion technique” with water circulation system • Ultrasonic flaw detector with built-in motor controller

MUSE-Manipulator Z400 with transducer fixture

Water-circulation System with Ultrasonic flaw detector with pumps built-in motor controller

• High scanning speed up to 1000mm/s • Mechanical resolution 200 µm • Scanning area 434 mm x 275 mm • Vacuum pads as holders on curved

Water circulation system with water •

and/or vertical flats • Powerful motors • Low power consumption • Reference technique provides exact

re-positioning

tank (~ 1 litre) • Suction- and pressure pumps for water circulation Electronic control of the pressure • pump Easy handling and carrying • Additional suction pump for • vacuum pads

• Cardan probe holder

Cardanic fixed transducer adapter with built-in focused immersion transducer

Portable system for Ultrasonic • imaging • A-, B-, C-, D- and F- scans • 35 MHz bandwidth and avalanche pulser

provide high resolution • 12bits 200Msamples/s digitizer • Built-in motor controller for manipulatior • Built-in PC for evaluation and

documentation • TFT-colour display • User-friendly Hillgus-software

A focual transducer and an optimized signal processing provide high resolution; indication of porosity in a CFRP-component, left: C-scan, right: B-scan with layer echoes and ondulations

INGENIEURBÜRO DR. HILLGER High-Tech-Ultrasonic-Technique

Hermann-Schlichting-Straße 3 D-38110 Braunschweig Germany

Phone: +49 5307 7945 Fax: +49 5307 5734 E-mail: [email protected] www.dr-hillger.de