Radiographic inspection is based on the principles of physics that x-ray and gamma ray absorption indicates thickness and density of matter to examine material for internal discontinuities. Radiography is one of the most common and effective methods of inspecting products without damaging them (nondestructive testing or NDT). This course will cover material required for the classroom training portion for level 1 and II certification of NDT personnel in the radiographic testing method. This includes radiography testing principles, equipment, safety considerations, and the interpretation and evaluation of results. Applied math will include basic algebra and geometry. Prerequisite: NDT110G with grade of C or better; Accuplacer level testing of QAS 241 or higher in math and college level reading or permission of department chair. Summer semester