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Next training in November
  Focusing on the UT and GWT modules, the next CIVA training will take place in Massy, FRANCE:

from the 14th to the 18th of November 2016

If you are interested in this session, please send us an e-mail at contact@extende.com. More information about our training sessions is available on our website or in the training catalogue.
 
Interview Mr. Cote
  This month, in the frame of the coming Canadian Institute for Non-Destructive Evaluation (CINDE) Conference, we decided to interview Mr. Larry Cote, past president and CEO.
Hello Mr. Cote! Thank you very much for taking time to answer some of our questions in a brief interview. We would like to ask you: how did the Canadian Institute for Non-Destructive Evaluation get started?
The Canadian Institute for Non-Destructive Evaluation (CINDE) traces itsí roots back to 1967 when the Canadian Society for NDT (CSNDT) was formed after Canada hosted a very successful World Conference for NDT (WCNDT) in Montreal. Read more...
 
Save the date for Webinars
  They have already started but did not end yet! EXTENDE is organizing free WebEx webinars about
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Since you are spread all around the world, each session is split into two different times. The times listed are CET (Paris time). Register now!
 
20 000 views on YouTube!
  Thanks to you and your constant support / interest / visits /... EXTENDE reached 20 000 views on YouTube! We are quite happy and proud to share this record with you and will maintain the flow with new videos coming soon. Meanwhile, you can have a look at the existing ones in our YouTube Channel to have an overview of the capabilities of our products, explanation about NDT in general, feedback of our past events or demo of CIVA simulation and analysis software. Follow us!
 
CIVA Tip: Improve the reconstructed view in particular cases

Improve the reconstructed view

  In some cases (inhomogeneous and/or anisotropic configurations), the reconstructed views are badly shaped. For example, the data are superimposed or some "holes" appear. These phenomena are clearly visible on the second image below. The configuration simulates a weld inspection by using a sectorial scanning; the weld is defined in different anisotropic volumes with a particular crystallographic orientation, and the porosity is modeled by a spherical flaw. Read more ...
 
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