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Tuong
NDT Inspector, PV EIC NDT
PV EIC NDT, Vietnam, Joined Mar 2014, 19

Tuong

NDT Inspector, PV EIC NDT
PV EIC NDT,
Vietnam,
Joined Mar 2014
19
07:08 Sep-12-2016
What Indication on C-scan
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Dear Sirs,
I just C-scan to check corrosion of piping system, the condition of surface has coasting, thickness is 12.7 mm ,carbon steel material and i use the hydroform equipment, It has indication as attachment.
I would like to know what indication it is?
I hope to receive your soonest reply
Thanks for your help!

 
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Mark
,
Zambia, Joined Jun 2016, 49

Mark

,
Zambia,
Joined Jun 2016
49
17:31 Sep-12-2016
Re: What Indication on C-scan
In Reply to Tuong at 07:08 Sep-12-2016 (Opening).

Tuong,
Make sure about the surface of object in that area. add little more dB and rescan the area.

 
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Anmol Birring
Consultant,
Birring NDE Center, Inc., USA, Joined Aug 2011, 832

Anmol Birring

Consultant,
Birring NDE Center, Inc.,
USA,
Joined Aug 2011
832
20:38 Sep-12-2016
Re: What Indication on C-scan
In Reply to Tuong at 07:08 Sep-12-2016 (Opening).

check with a dual probe

 
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Dancho
,
Macedonia, Joined Dec 2013, 1

Dancho

,
Macedonia,
Joined Dec 2013
1
05:11 Sep-13-2016
Re: What Indication on C-scan
In Reply to Tuong at 07:08 Sep-12-2016 (Opening).

Tuong,

You are using Hydroform probe and your gate setup is flank T(B/1 - A/1). Try changing to peak or narrow the gates.You are catching the small peak before the 2nd backwall and the result is the red area in the C-scan.
I think this peak it is just a noise because the dB in this area are increased from the manually constructed TCG line with 3-4 points.




 
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Tuong
NDT Inspector, PV EIC NDT
PV EIC NDT, Vietnam, Joined Mar 2014, 19

Tuong

NDT Inspector, PV EIC NDT
PV EIC NDT,
Vietnam,
Joined Mar 2014
19
07:40 Sep-13-2016
Re: What Indication on C-scan
In Reply to Dancho at 05:11 Sep-13-2016 .

Dear Dancho,
As you said,
If has corrosion, must be have indication before first backwall echo?
Thanks for your help

 
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Diego Mora
Diego Mora
22:40 Sep-19-2016
Re: What Indication on C-scan
In Reply to Tuong at 07:40 Sep-13-2016 .

This is not corrossion, but it is interesting to know exactly why this signal (false indication) appears in that position, normally is at 1.4 times the thickness.

I have two questions: 1. Do It happened in all the tubes inpected?; and 2. is it shown in the same relative depht allways?

 
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John Pitcher
Consultant,
Sonomatic Ltd, United Kingdom, Joined Apr 2003, 14

John Pitcher

Consultant,
Sonomatic Ltd,
United Kingdom,
Joined Apr 2003
14
17:20 Sep-20-2016
Re: What Indication on C-scan
In Reply to Diego Mora at 22:40 Sep-19-2016 .

I believe the signal you refer to is due to a sound path of long wave in one direction and shear wave in the other. There is debate on how and why a shear wave is produced but the numbers fit when analysing the possible time paths.
Maybe the edge of the beam creates a radial beam creating a shear wave.
This signal varies in strength depending on probe type and manufacturer.

 
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Shane
Shane
18:30 Oct-07-2016
Re: What Indication on C-scan
In Reply to Tuong at 07:08 Sep-12-2016 (Opening).

That is a mode converted shearwave created by the angled, focused Lwave occuring before the 1st critical angle and releasing an unusable shearwave. C-scan is pickling it up because the signal is crossing gate b, and you are reading edge to edge. A peak to peak c-scan would eliminate it.

 
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