This paper aims to improve the existing techniques on X-ray image inspection of aerial engine by using artificial intelligence (AI) based object detection model. This technique seeks to augment and improve existing automated non-destructive testing (NDT) diagnosis of metal structure of engine parts. Traditional jet-engine maintenance and overhaul processes are resorted to NDT to find defects in internal welds. An application of deep learning for NDT technology can effectively identify presence and location of up to eight types of defects, leading to enhanced work quality and efficiency.


This tool model propose use deep learning edge detection to improve non-destructive radiographic tests of engine cracks by employing in deep unsupervised learning on RT architecture. he engine repair plant has accumulated a data gallery of X-ray images. In the dataset, defects in engine can be categorized as either (a) cracks, (b) incomplete fusion, (c) incomplete penetration, (d) porosity, (e) slag inclusion, (f) undercut, (g) welding spatter, or (h) blowhole as depicted in Figure 4. The X-ray images in the dataset are converted into LMDB format and stored for deep learning application. In the dataset, some X-ray images in different light conditions and resolutions have been labeled with the above defects. An effort is made to prepare the labeled data in terms of DetectNet model. In this endeavor, the 8 types of label classes are stored in the first row of the category table string over 6,000 labeled X-ray images dataset.


Research on damage detection of road surfaces has been an active area of research, but most studies have focused so far on the detection of the presence of damages. However, in real-world scenarios, road managers need to clearly understand the type of damage and its extent in order to take effective action in advance or to allocate the necessary resources. Moreover, currently there are few uniform and openly available road damage datasets, leading to a lack of a common benchmark for road damage detection.