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UTMUnified Threat Management
UTMUniversal Transverse Mercator (cartography; also seen as UTMS)
UTMUniversiti Teknologi Malaysia (University of Technology Malaysia)
UTMUniversiti Teknologi Malaysia
UTMUniversity of Tennessee at Martin
UTMUniversity of Toronto at Mississauga (Canada)
UTMUnder the Microscope
UTMUnmanned Traffic Management (airspace)
UTMUniversal Text Message
UTMUniversal Transverse Mercator
UTMUniversal Transaction Monitor
UTMUniversal Transport Medium
UTMUniversal Testing Machine (materials stress testing)
UTMUnidad de Tecnología Marina (Marine Tecnology Unit)
UTMUp the Millers (racing club)
UTMUniversal Turing Machine
UTMUrchin Traffic Monitor (website visitor tracking software)
UTMUniversity of Texas Medical School (Houston)
UTMUniversity of Technology, Mauritius
UTMUltrasonic Thickness Measurement
UTMUniversal Transaction Monitor (telecommunications)
UTMUnit Training Manager
UTMUnion Technique de la Mutualité Malienne (Mali)
UTMUnit Training Management
UTMUniversal Test Message
UTMUnsuccessful Transmission Message
UTMUtopian Theory of the Mind
UTMUnusable Time (Loran-C System)
UTMUnion des Travailleurs de Mauritania (French: Mauritanian Workers Union)
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Ultrasonic thickness measurement technique is the fastest-growing corrosion monitoring technique globally.
Among the most popular courses offered are API 510 (Pressure Vessel Inspection), API 570 (Piping Inspection), API 653 (Aboveground Storage Tanks Inspection), API 580 (Risk Based Inspection), UT (Ultrasonic Testing) level 1, PT (Penetrant Testing) level 2, VT (Visual Testing) level 2, PAUT (Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing) level 2, UTM (Ultrasonic Thickness Measurements) level 2, Basic Rope Access and IRATA Rope Access.
Verification digging and manual ultrasonic thickness measurements confirmed the GWUT findings.
Critical to the machining process is identifying the exact bond-line of the materials, which is done during the initial inspection process and through the use of ultrasonic thickness measurements. The bond lines, used as control points for the machining process, govern cut depths and cutter/insert speeds, depending upon the specific characteristics of the two materials used in the bond.