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Project Number: RAS8110

Title: Applying Advanced Digital Industrial Radiology and Computed Tomography in Industry and Civil Engineering (RCA)

Classification: New

FOA: 8P - Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) and Examination (NDE)

Justification: With the rapid globalization of the industrial sector in the region at par with developed countries, there has been a manifold growth in the demand for applications of established radiation based conventional radiography techniques for Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) and examination for quality assurance and vertical sustainability. However, this has also led to an increased demand in consumables, such as films and chemicals, and an increased burden of highly toxic disposables. In addition, there are some inherent drawbacks of conventional radiographic techniques, such as low throughput, increased radiation exposures and associated difficulties in maintaining archives of high volumes of exposed films. Digital Radiography (DR) provides a long felt suitable alternative providing excellent image and archival qualities and manageability of huge data. Computed Tomography (CT) provides image details, such as defect sizing, location, two-dimensional (2D). and three-dimensional (3D) imaging, which are very vital but not provided by conventional radiography techniques. Some of the advanced countries have already introduced regular DR and CT facilities in their NDT laboratories. However, consistent technological transition requires familiarity in advanced subjects and also an inclination to adapt technologies to specific user needs. It is intended to demonstrate the usefulness of these advanced technologies in industry and civil engineering by increasing awareness of NDT practising industries/organizations and end users, producing resource materials and brochures, conducting regional and national training courses and regional executive management seminars (REMS) for the period 2009-11. Implementation of the project will increase viability of advanced nuclear techniques for increasing industrial product quality and productivity, reducing environmental pollution and increasing the life of civil engineering structures and industrial plants.

Beneficiaries: Beneficiaries of the proposed project will be industries engaged in casting, welding and metallurgical works, piping and tyre industries, industrial production houses for mechanical components and assemblies and civil engineering companies for quality control and assurance. In addition, these techniques will also be applied for life assessment and diagnosis of old civil engineering structures. Participating countries include Australia, Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan, the Philippines, the Republic of Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam.

Strategy: Introduction and demonstration of technologies, promotion of technologies and their benefits and enhancement of the capabilities of NDT practising industries/organizations and service providers.

The project has the following milestones:

(i) completion of the model national work plans, appointment of national project teams, adoption of national work plans and a project implementation planning meeting in the second quarter of 2009;

 (ii) production of training modules, resource materials, brochures and information sheets on DR and CT for regional and national use. Regional and national activities on training methodologies for advanced DR in the third quarter of 2009;

(iii) regional and national training activities on advanced DR for decision makers, entrepreneurs and end users from specific industries in the third quarter of 2009;

(iv) round robin testing of selected specimen by MSs using DR and CT in the fourth quarter of 2010;

(v) mid–term review meeting in the third quarter of 2010;

(vi) regional and national training activities on DR and CT for NDT of welding, light alloys and casting in the second quarter of 2010;

(vii) regional and national activities on planar and volume defect visualization techniques using digital imaging techniques in the first quarter of 2011;

(viii) regional and national activities on advanced software applications in digital radiography and quality assurance of civil structures in the second quarter of 2011;

 (ix) augmentation of RT-3 qualified and certified personnel and generation of trained personnel in digital radiography and tomography techniques in selected countries in the fourth quarter of 2011; (x) REMS on benefit analysis of digital radiography and computerized tomography in the third quarter of 2011; and

(xi) final project review meeting in the fourth quarter of 2011.

The following are key performance indicators for outputs for the project:

(i) all participating MSs have national teams;

(ii) all participating MSs initiate national programmes on digital radiography and computed tomography;

(iii) all participating MSs provide six monthly/annual reports;

(iv) regional training materials prepared and made available to all participating MSs in soft and hard form;

(v) promotional materials prepared by at least seven MSs for their national programmes in soft and hard form;

(vi) regional training courses completed by at least 11 participating MSs;

(vii) national training courses commenced by at least seven participating MSs;

(viii) special protocols developed for regional use; and

(ix) special protocols developed for national use.

The key performance indicators for outcomes are based on:

(i) the number of industries/organizations in the RCA MSs utilizing digital radiography/computed tomography technologies;

(ii) the number of demonstrations of digital radiography/computed tomography requested by the industry; and

(iii) the increase in the number of qualified and certified RT-3 personnel.

Sustainability: Sustainability can be achieved through the following steps: (i) production of training materials and resource materials for regional and national training programmes; (ii) production of technology promotional brochures and information sheets for executives and end users in regional and national executive seminars; (iii) conducting regional and national training programmes and REMS on advanced technologies; (iv) using project technologies for technical demonstrations and services to industries by national lead groups through well established industry partnerships; (v) transfer of knowledge and technology to industry service teams for routine applications; (vi) developing common procedures for routine services.

Objective: To demonstrate, promote and transfer the applications of advanced digital radiography and planar and volume imaging techniques for non-destructive testing and examination of industrial specimens.

CORE FINANCING

 

Year

Human Resource Components (US $)

Procurement Components (US $)

Total    (US $)

Experts 

Meetings/ Workshop

Fellow-ships

Scientific Visits

Training Courses

Sub-Total

Equipment

Sub-Contracts

Sub-Total

2009

25 300

65 900

0

0

73 760

164 960

0

0

0

164 960

2010

46 650

46 800

0

0

76 500

169 950

25 000

0

25 000

194 950

2011

47 925

82 500

0

0

216 100

346 525

0

0

0

346 525

First Year Approved: 2009

 













 

Logical Framework Matrix (LFM)

 

Design Element

Indicator

Means of Verification

Assumptions

Outcome

 1. Acceptance and use of the advanced Digital Radiography and Computed Tomography technologies by NDT practicing industries/organizations in RCA Member States

1.“Number of industries/organizations in RCA MSs utilising Digital Radiography/Computed Tomography technologies

1.Progress/country Reports and other correspondence

1. There is a suitable level of competent human and physical resources available to support the application of these technologies”.

 2. Increased awareness of the applications and benefits of the utilization of Digital Radiography and Computed Tomography applications for NDT among practicing industries/organizations in RCA Member States.

2. Number of demonstrations of DR and CT requested by industry

2. Progress/country Reports and other correspondence

2. National Project Teams succeed in creating the awareness of advanced technologies among end-users.

 3. Increased number of MSs capable of qualification and certification of RT-3 personnel.

3. Increase in the number of MSs capable of qualification and certification of RT-3 personnel

3. Progress/country Reports and other correspondence

3. Member States who do not have sufficient capability for RT-3 qualification and certification of NDT personnel will nominate suitable candidates for training and provide the necessary support and infrastructure

 4. DR and CT services provided for industry

4. Number of Member States providing DIR and CT services for industry

4. Progress/country Reports and other correspondence

4. Requests are received from the industry for CT and DR services

 5. Sustainable transfer of the DIR and CT technologies.

5. Number of trained persons in DIR and CT - Number of training courses organized. Number of services provided by national project teams and NDT companies

5. Time tables, certificates of training courses - Inspection reports of DIR and CT services

5. Interested end-users able and willing to invest

Output

1 1. Project management structure.

PMO, TO and national project teams in place

Written documentary proof by responcible authority

1.Project implementation and monitoring structure will be adequate for proper implementation of the project.

2 2. Regional/National training programmes in DIR and CT.

Number of regional and national training programmes conducted on CT and DIR.

Progress Reports submitted by National Project Coordinators (NPCs). Reports of regional training courses.

2. Participanst of regional training courses will dissemniate the knowledge through national training courses.

 

3 3.Information packages for NDT associations and NDT users.

Number of NDT associations and NDT users receiving the information packages

Six monthly reports of the NPCs

3.Suitable information packages can be prepared. The Member States will provide them to the relevant organizations.

4 4. Data base on relative capabilities of gamma/X-ray DIR Systems

Establishment of the database

Existance of the data base

4.Database willbe prepared as planned.

5 5. Qualified and Certified RT-3 personnel and trained personnel in DIR and CT

Number of qualified and certified RT-3 personnel trained in DIR and CT

Six monthly reports of the NPCs

 

Activity

1.1 Preparation of the model National Work plans by the PLCC.

1.1 Number of RCA MSs adopting and using the model national work plans.

1.1 Reports and correspondence from the NPCs

All activities will be conducted as planned and will lead to the desired results

1. 2 Project Implementation Planning Meeting

1.2 Successful conclusion of the project planning meeting.

1.2 Meeting report.

 

1.3 Appointment of National project teams and adoption of National Work plans.

1.3 Number of MSs that have appointed National Project teams and adopted National work plans.

1.3 Progress reports of NPCs.

 

1.4 Submission of six monthly progress reports by the NPCs

1.4 Number of MSs that submit six monthly progress reports.

1.4 Progress reports of NPCs.

 

1.5 Mid –term review meeting.

1.5 Successful conclusion of the meeting.

1.5 Meeting report.

 

1.6 Final project review meeting.

1.6 Successful conclusion of the meeting.

1.6 Meeting report.

 

2.1 RTC on DIR applications for specific industries ( 2 weeks)

2.1 Number of personnel succeeded in acquiring the required expertise.

2.1 Report of the RTC.

 

2.2 Expert Meeting for production of training modules and resource materials on DIR and CT for Regional and National use

2.2 Training course material suitable for intended purpose.

2.2 Review by Technical staff of the agency.

 

2.2.1 Expert assignment for editting the training modules and resource materia on DIR and CT

 

 

 

2.3 RTC on training methodologies for DIR.

2.3 Number of personnel succeeded in acquiring the required expertise.

2.3 Report of the RTC.

 

2.4 National Training courses on DIR for entrepreneurs and end users.

2.4 Number of national training courses DIR conducted.

2.4 Progress reports /country reports of NPCs.

 

2.5 RTC on DIR and CT for NDT of welding, light alloys and casting. (2 weeks)

2.5 Number of personnel succeeded in acquiring the required expertise.

2.5 Report of the RTC.

 

2.6 National Training courses on DIR and CT for NDT of welding, light alloys and casting

2.6 Number of National training courses conducted

2.6 Progress reports country reports of NPCs.

 

2.7 RTC on planar and volume defect visualization techniques using Digital Imaging Techniques. ( 2 weeks)

2.7 Number of personnel succeeded in acquiring the required expertise.

2.7 Report of the RTC.

 

2.8 National Training courses on planar and volume defect visualization techniques using Digital Imaging Techniques

2.8 Number of National training courses conducted.

2.8 Progress reports/ country reports of NPCs.

 

2.9 RTC on advanced software applications in DIR and QA of civil engineering structures ( 2 weeks)

2.9 Number of personnel succeeded in acquiring the required expertise.

2.9 Report of the RTC.

 

2.10 National Training courses on advanced software applications in DIR and QA of civil engineering structures

 

2.10 Number of National training courses conducted.

2.10 Progress reports/ country reports of NPCs.

 

3.1 National Executive Management Seminars for policy makers, entrepreneurs and end users on use of Radiation based Advanced NDT techniques

3.1 Number of EMS conducted.

3.1 Progress reports/country reports of NPCs.

 

3.2 Production of brochures and information sheets

3.2 Number of brochures of required quality.

3.2 Review by the technical staff of the agency.

 

3.3 REMS on benefit analysis of DIR and CT

3.3 Number of personnel benefited from the REMS.

3.3 Report of the REMS.

 

3.4 National seminars on benefit analysis of DIR and CT for decision makers, entrepreneurs and end users.

3.4 Number of EMS conducted

3.4 Progress reports/ country reports of NPCs

 

4.1 Round Robin testing of selected specimens by MSs using DR and CT.

4.1 Number of participating MSs.

4.1 Reports of NPCs

 

5.1 Augmentation of RT-3 qualified and certified personnel and generation of trained personnel in DIR and CT techniques in selected countries [Expert Missions].

5.1 Increase in number of trained and certified RT-3 personnel and number of persons trained in DR and tomography techniques.

5.1 Country reports of NPCs.

 

5.2 National training courses on RT-3, DR and CT.

5.2 Number of National training courses conducted and additional NDT Societies formed.

5.2 Country reports of NPCs.

 

 

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