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Chris
Chris
23:09 Feb-06-2020
Interpetation EN ISO 15626: Maximum allowable length for thickness range
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Hello to all.

I have a query regarding the maximum allowable length for thickness range in the EN ISO 15626 (Look at the image).

For example, if we have a thickness of 30mm the maximum allowable length according to the table is (lmax) = 30mm * 1,5 = 45mm (but max 60mm ?). What is the acceptance lmax, 45mm or 60mm? Over 45mm or over 60mm is rejected?

If over 60mm is rejected what the reason to mention on the standard (1,5*t) for thickness range 15mm to 50mm? Τhe same problem applies to the thickness range 6m to 15mm.

Thank you!

 
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Andres Romero Pineda
Andres Romero Pineda
00:01 Feb-07-2020
Re: Interpetation EN ISO 15626: Maximum allowable length for thickness range
In Reply to Chris at 23:09 Feb-06-2020 (Opening).

for thickness of 30 is 45 mm. for thickness of 41 or greater it is 60 maximum.
30x1.5=45 mm

40x1.5=60 mm

41x1.5=61.5
if it is larger than 60 mm, then 60 mm

 
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Anmol Birring
Consultant,
Birring NDE Center, Inc., USA, Joined Aug 2011, 785

Anmol Birring

Consultant,
Birring NDE Center, Inc.,
USA,
Joined Aug 2011
785
13:01 Feb-07-2020
Re: Interpetation EN ISO 15626: Maximum allowable length for thickness range
In Reply to Andres Romero Pineda at 00:01 Feb-07-2020 .

Just have to go by the book.

 
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