IABG Failure Analysis Hotline
- Phone: +49 89 6088-2441
- Mobile: +49 151 6131 3167
In the field of failure analysis we are VDI 3822-compliant for systematic methods. We implement complementary testing methods in agreement with our clients both in our fully equipped laboratory and on-site. Our experts draft failure evaluation reports based on the following aspects:
Standardised work processes permit us to quickly and flexibly develop an examination concept tailored to your request. Our statement of work gives you an initial insight.
The materials we examine range from metals to non-metals, from synthetics to composite materials and material combinations. Our expertise covers the evaluation of different production and manufacturing processes – including additive manufactoring.
We use the following methods to characterise systems, components, materials and defects:
We advise you on matters concerning series production and development and respond in depth to specific questions. More experts are also available to provide aggregate services for design, layout, simulations, functional tests and environmental simulation.
Contact us and we will gladly bundle up a combined service package for you.
The tests are provided on a cross-sector and cross-material basis for semi-finished products, samples, components, and metallic and organic materials.
Using different qualitative and quantitative methods of examination we demonstrate internal chemical and physical relationships in all sorts of materials.
The spectrum of our expertise in analytics ranges from the identification of a material (an inorganic or organic solid body) to the elementary analysis of trace elements and the determination of crystalline and molecular structures.
Our offering also includes the determination and evaluation of indispensable physical parameters like glass transition temperature, inherent stress condition and fibre volume content.
The fluorescent dye penetrant test is a method used to detect defects which open up to the surface. It can also be applied in-situ independent of the material and size of the component. The evaluation and documentation are done using UV light. Detected defects are evaluated in a nominal-actual value comparison and displayed in a test log.