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Andre Ribeiro
NDT Inspector,
Self Employed, Brazil, Joined Apr 2008, 18

Andre Ribeiro

NDT Inspector,
Self Employed,
Brazil,
Joined Apr 2008
18
17:16 Apr-04-2018
MX2 Zone Discrimination

I was told that the Omniscan MX2 supports zone discrimination, this is something new for me and I am learning more about it.

What I know so far is that it needs to be done through Tomoview, but, that´s how far I got.

How to create such setup?

Standard in question is API 1104

 
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Mohammad.H.Taghipour
Director,
Pars Leading Inspection Company, Iran, Joined Apr 2012, 4

Mohammad.H.Taghipour

Director,
Pars Leading Inspection Company,
Iran,
Joined Apr 2012
4
14:46 Apr-05-2018
Re: MX2 Zone Discrimination
In Reply to Andre Ribeiro at 17:16 Apr-04-2018 (Opening).

Hi buddy

Zonal discrimination technique which cal ( AUT) is based on ASTM E1961 and also DNV OSF-101 for offshore pipeline girth welds inspection.

There is two main equipment's for AUT, RotoScan for Applus RTD & Pipewizard for Olympus.

Omniscan MX2 can't support zonal technique but TD-Handy scan & TD-Handy Scan RX can support zonal technique with automated band type scanner, but can support zonal inspection up to 15 mm thickness ( it's depend on the bevel config )


 
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Andre Ribeiro
NDT Inspector,
Self Employed, Brazil, Joined Apr 2008, 18

Andre Ribeiro

NDT Inspector,
Self Employed,
Brazil,
Joined Apr 2008
18
15:30 Apr-05-2018
Re: MX2 Zone Discrimination
In Reply to Mohammad.H.Taghipour at 14:46 Apr-05-2018 .

Yeah, I am aware of all that AUT stuff, have done the Rotoscan course, and fidled with the UT Scan system from UT Quality a little bit, also worked with the AGR equipments.

Still, there are people that disagree with the afirmation that the MX2 can´t do zonal.

It just occured me, I´ll ask directly on the source with the Olympus guys.

Thank you M.

 
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