The demonstration workshop is based on the results of the EU-supported research collaborative project PICASSO, implemented to develop a new and original concept enabling the use of simulated data to complement existing experimental data bases in order to produce “simulation-supported Non Destructive Testing (NDT) Probability of Detection (POD) curves”.
The PICASSO Project assembles a team of 14 partners from five EU Member States, representing Industry, Academia & Research, and SMEs.
The main result of the PICASSO project is the development and the verification of a concept of “simulation-supported POD” by way of initial realistic results and verified methodologies. The workshop will provide insight on application cases from ultrasonic testing (UT), electromagnetic testing (ET), and radiographic testing (RT). The focus is on demonstration of different simulation tools with respect to these NDT reliability investigations.
Through realistic industrial applications, design offices and maintenance departments will benefit from the overview of the potential impacts.