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umeshkumar
umeshkumar
07:15 Jul-08-2016
for thickness 03 mm ,lamination check

Dear Experts,

can you suggest what will be the frequency(T/R-Probe) of probe use for 3 mm wall thickness ,check for lamination.

 
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dhiliban
Other, QA/QC engineer
L&T HCP, India, Joined May 2016, 16

dhiliban

Other, QA/QC engineer
L&T HCP,
India,
Joined May 2016
16
10:00 Jul-08-2016
Re: for thickness 03 mm ,lamination check
In Reply to umeshkumar at 07:15 Jul-08-2016 (Opening).

Use:-4-5 MHZ probes


The sensitivity of the probe is directly proprtional to its frequency
and The depth of penetration is inversely proportional to frequency

So if you use a probe with higher frequency you will have better sensitivity,since your thickness is less,depth of penetration wont be a problem.


With regards,
Dhiliban.

 
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massimo carminati
Consultant, AUT specialist
IMG Ultrasuoni Srl, Italy, Joined Apr 2007, 691

massimo carminati

Consultant, AUT specialist
IMG Ultrasuoni Srl,
Italy,
Joined Apr 2007
691
07:07 Jul-10-2016
Re: for thickness 03 mm ,lamination check
In Reply to umeshkumar at 07:15 Jul-08-2016 (Opening).

I would use a 10 MHz short focus dual probe. If you don't know where to afford it, feel free to contact me directly

 
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ismail
NDT Inspector, TOFD and PAUT Specialist
Turkey, Joined Oct 2008, 24

ismail

NDT Inspector, TOFD and PAUT Specialist
Turkey,
Joined Oct 2008
24
10:27 Jul-10-2016
Re: for thickness 03 mm ,lamination check
In Reply to umeshkumar at 07:15 Jul-08-2016 (Opening).

I recommend to 15 MHz Delay line probe
Ismail

 
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Kevin Humphreys
Kevin Humphreys
11:19 Jul-11-2016
Re: for thickness 03 mm ,lamination check
In Reply to umeshkumar at 07:15 Jul-08-2016 (Opening).

A dual 10 MHz should suffice

 
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Darren Quinn
Darren Quinn
06:30 Jul-14-2016
Re: for thickness 03 mm ,lamination check
In Reply to umeshkumar at 07:15 Jul-08-2016 (Opening).

I am going with 10 MHZ here 6mm diameter short focus :)

 
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