Non-destructive Testing For Composites Market To Experience Healthy Expansion, Says Frost & Sullivan
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced composite materials are being used to develop more durable, lightweight and high performance materials and products. They are increasingly being applied within the aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, and wind energy sectors, particularly in critical structural applications, where structural integrity is essential. However, these composite materials are susceptible to flaws. As such, non-destructive testing (NDT) is detects the presence of internal irregularities in the composite material, without affecting its physical integrity and subsequent service.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan ( http://www.technicalinsights.frost.com), Non-Destructive Testing Technologies for Composites, finds that the market for NDT for composites is set to expand, fuelled by the growing use of composites in various application sectors, as well as stricter safety regulations. The research covers ultrasonic, radiography, thermography and shearography testing.
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"Composite applications are strictly compliance-driven and there are stringent government safety regulations to which the composites industry must adhere," noted Frost & Sullivan Technical Insights Research Analyst Mousumi Dasgupta. "These regulations have generated significant demand for NDT methods and inspection services. They also act as one of the key drivers for growth in the composite-focused NDT market."While such trends are positioned to give the market added momentum, a major challenge faced by the NDT for composites industry is the lack of trained operators. Limited knowledge about the structural complexity of composites is hindering market growth. NDT device manufacturers and developers are attempting to introduce easy to use systems that would require minimal operator knowledge for carrying out the inspection. They are also developing automated tools that offer improved defect detection capability, which might replace manual testing techniques.
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