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Veera
Veera
06:43 Nov-27-2019
Radiography Testing of Fluid filled Piping.

Dear Experts,
We have issue in RT,Client asking to perform RT in Fluid Filled Lines(Like Gasoline,Diesel..Etc),is it possible to get the accurate results,and any procedure required for those job,plz suggest.

 
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Carlos A. Galán
NDT Inspector,
UIS - Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia, Joined Oct 2014, 33

Carlos A. Galán

NDT Inspector,
UIS - Universidad Industrial de Santander,
Colombia,
Joined Oct 2014
33
03:52 Nov-28-2019
Re: Radiography Testing of Fluid filled Piping.
In Reply to Veera at 06:43 Nov-27-2019 (Opening).

hello Veera

If it is possible to obtain precise results considering the corrections in exposure conditions due to the density and distance that x-rays pass through (energy absorption is low).

If the fluid has particles of considerable size, or has considerable internal dirtiness could cause low quality in the film.


Bye

 
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Dr. Uwe Zscherpel
Director,
BAM Berlin, Germany, Joined Jan 2010, 89

Dr. Uwe Zscherpel

Director,
BAM Berlin,
Germany,
Joined Jan 2010
89
08:46 Dec-02-2019
Re: Radiography Testing of Fluid filled Piping.
In Reply to Carlos A. Galán at 03:52 Nov-28-2019 .

Dear Veera,

in principle it is easily possible to inspect pipes filled with media by RT. The limitations depend on the pipe material and dimensions as well as the media. Please see for procedures ISO 20769 from 2018: "NDT - Radiographic inspection of corrosion and deposits in pipes by X- and gamma-rays, Part 1: tangential radiographic inspection, Part 2: double wall radiographic inspection"

 
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