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Sean Peterssen
Sean Peterssen
07:45 Nov-15-2014
Interpretation of echo static and echo dynamic pattern combinations

My name is Sean Peterssen im a PCN level 2 Ultrasonic technician, I am looking for info or books on interperation and characterisation of echo static and echo dynamic combinations with pictures. Thank you and Regards Sean.

 
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THEO MICOTTIS
Italy, Joined May 2013, 77

THEO MICOTTIS

Italy,
Joined May 2013
77
08:55 Nov-15-2014
Re: Interpretation of echo static and echo dynamic pattern combinations
In Reply to Sean Peterssen at 07:45 Nov-15-2014 (Opening).

Dear Sean, EN ISO 23279 is an option. Regards Theo

 
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Nigel Armstrong
Engineering, - Specialist services
United Kingdom, Joined Oct 2000, 1096

Nigel Armstrong

Engineering, - Specialist services
United Kingdom,
Joined Oct 2000
1096
09:59 Nov-15-2014
Re: Interpretation of echo static and echo dynamic pattern combinations
In Reply to THEO MICOTTIS at 08:55 Nov-15-2014 .

Sean

In 1986 The Welding Insitute, on behalf of the International Institute of Welding, produced a 50 page A5 booklet entitled "Evaluation of ultrasonic signals". This dealt exclusively with signals from flaws in welds.

Of particular interest are 7 pages of diagrams depicting typical echodynamic patterns expected from different flaw types. Its objective was to assist the operator to "..make an estimate of a defect's through-thickness size, even for very small defects."

Perhaps TWI still have them in stock.

 
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Udo Schlengermann
Consultant, -
Standards Consulting, Germany, Joined Nov 1998, 178

Udo Schlengermann

Consultant, -
Standards Consulting,
Germany,
Joined Nov 1998
178
15:35 Nov-15-2014
Re: Interpretation of echo static and echo dynamic pattern combinations
In Reply to Sean Peterssen at 07:45 Nov-15-2014 (Opening).

Hello Sean,

the following standard may help to evaluate moving ultrasonic signals:
ISO 16827:2014, Non-destructive testing - Ultrasonic testing - Characterization and sizing of discontinuities.

This standard is also a European Standard: EN ISO 16827.

With best regards

 
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Rambabu
NDT Inspector,
AL HOTY STANGERS-SAUDI ARABIA, India, Joined May 2017, 1

Rambabu

NDT Inspector,
AL HOTY STANGERS-SAUDI ARABIA,
India,
Joined May 2017
1
22:45 Aug-18-2018
Re: Interpretation of echo static and echo dynamic pattern combinations
In Reply to Udo Schlengermann at 15:35 Nov-15-2014 .

BS EN ISO
16827:2014 how to get this standards..

 
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