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The Steel Grain Magnification Influence on the Ultrasound wave attenuation

Z. CHERROUF, N. OUALI, S. OUALLAM, G. KAMEL,
Laboratory of Metallurgy
Scientific Research centre and Technique in Welding and Control
Road of Dely Ibrahim, BP 64, Cheraga. Algiers. Algeria.
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SUMMARY

I. INTRODUCTION:

II. TENTATIVE PROCEDURE:

Fig 1: XC48 (X200) a- no treated G =8 ; b-treated G =5 Fig 2: 45SCD6 (X200) a- no treated G=10 ; b- treated G=6

Fig 3: E24 (X200) a- no treated G=11 ; b- treated G=6 Fig 4: Z6CNDT 17-12 (X200) a- no treated G=6 ; b- treated G=4

III. ULTRASONIC MEASURES:

IV - CONCLUSION

Bibliographic credentials:

  1. metals and Alloys. H.DE LEIRIS Masson 1971
  2. metallurgy and thermal treatments of metals. I. LAKHTINE. Mir 1971.
  3. elastic wave in the strong. E. DIEULESAINT, D ROYER.
  4. Ultrasonic testing of materials. J. KRAUTKRAMER, H. KRAUTKRAMER. 1983.
  5. the control no destructive by ultrasonic sounds. J. PERDIJON. Hermès.
  6. metallurgic bases of the H.GRANJON weldering.

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