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john williams
john williams
09:34 Jul-01-1999
pscan

Could somebody enlighten me about pscan. Is it the same as tofd?


 
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S. Gripp
S. Gripp
02:20 Jul-07-1999
Re: pscan
pscan is a mechanised UT system from FORCE-Denmark (trade name for 'projection scan')
tofd is 'time of flight diffraction' technique, a method to detect flaws by their diffraction
signal rather than by reflection.

So, one is a system, the other is a method.
pscan can "tofd", so can many others.



 
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pramod myakal
Consultant
AGM Techno consultants, India, Joined Jan 2003, 22

pramod myakal

Consultant
AGM Techno consultants,
India,
Joined Jan 2003
22
08:13 Sep-05-1999
Re: pscan
: pscan is a mechanised UT system from FORCE-Denmark (trade name for 'projection scan')
: tofd is 'time of flight diffraction' technique, a method to detect flaws by their diffraction
: signal rather than by reflection.

: So, one is a system, the other is a method.
: pscan can "tofd", so can many others.




 
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