- Published: 12 July 2022 12 July 2022
Sulzer Schmid has announced the launch of its latest 3DX Damage Progression module designed to track damages and monitor how they develop over time. The new 3DX Damage Progression module allows users to compare damages which have been recorded during previous inspections with new inspection data.
The progression of a damage is displayed in a time series of recorded inspections, so that it can be easily evaluated. In this way, leading-edge erosion for example, can be closely monitored and its evolution tracked in a so-called “damage chain”. The inspection data is used to identify, localise, measure, and classify damages. This means that for each subsequent inspection it is always possible to find the exact location and history of any damage, review, and evaluate its evolution. This additional module is available on the company’s browser-based 3DX Blade Platform.