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Sungeun, Joo
R & D, UT
Prognosis Diagnosis Team, South Korea, Joined Jun 2013, 11

Sungeun, Joo

R & D, UT
Prognosis Diagnosis Team,
South Korea,
Joined Jun 2013
11
03:08 Aug-06-2013
Scan plan(PAUT)
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test parts

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scan plan

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Probe 1

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Probe 2

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Probe 3 4

Dear.

I tried to make a scan plan for 38t X 45t butt welding Joint. but it's so difficult for me. beacause there is K-bevel with taper.

So I beg your professinal advice.

Scan details are below and attached.

PA Device : OmniScan MX2(with adapter for using 2 probe)
Probe : 5L64A2 or 5L16A1
Test parts : CS(detail is Attached)

And also please check my attached sketchy scan plan.

Thanks a lot.

 
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Radoslaw
NDT Inspector, Materials Engineer
Poland, Joined Apr 2012, 51

Radoslaw

NDT Inspector, Materials Engineer
Poland,
Joined Apr 2012
51
11:21 Aug-07-2013
Re: Scan plan(PAUT)
In Reply to Sungeun, Joo at 03:08 Aug-06-2013 (Opening).

Hi,

Is it available to check this joint from both sides? If it is possible maybe will be better to check by TOFD method from both sides.

regards

 
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GANESHKUMAR
GANESHKUMAR
08:17 Aug-11-2013
Re: Scan plan(PAUT)
In Reply to Sungeun, Joo at 03:08 Aug-06-2013 (Opening).

Dear Joo,
PA is not recommendable for this weld joint configuration.
For shear wave 35 degree is not recommendable. ( longitudinal wave may be confuse the result)
ToFD is best.
Otherwise normal beam scan shall be added, perpendicular to the narrow grow bevel (same as set through nozzle weld scan)

 
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ali
NDT Inspector,
Iran, Joined Mar 2013, 117

ali

NDT Inspector,
Iran,
Joined Mar 2013
117
17:55 Aug-11-2013
Re: Scan plan(PAUT)
In Reply to GANESHKUMAR at 08:17 Aug-11-2013 .

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38-45mm

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Sungeun,
Zonal discrimination is reasonable technique to PAUT examination of this join from 38mm side .But that need to special instrument that has strip scan softwar(like TD Focus scan)and special Reference block.if you have access to outside ,better for you to do the sectorial scan from outside.I hope this will help you.
 
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Sungeun, Joo
R & D, UT
Prognosis Diagnosis Team, South Korea, Joined Jun 2013, 11

Sungeun, Joo

R & D, UT
Prognosis Diagnosis Team,
South Korea,
Joined Jun 2013
11
01:43 Aug-12-2013
Re: Scan plan(PAUT)
In Reply to ali at 17:55 Aug-11-2013 .

Dear.

Thanks for all advices.

I try to make scan plan again as yours opinion.
and now I will make a Mock-up specimen.

After get that specimen, I'll try to apply these scan plan.

anyway, Thanks all.

 
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mahesh
mahesh
19:47 Nov-14-2013
Re: Scan plan(PAUT)
In Reply to Sungeun, Joo at 03:08 Aug-06-2013 (Opening).

Can anyone please help how draw a scan plan for nozzle joint

 
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