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mj
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00:42 Jun-22-2008
TOFD in Nickel Chrome steels

Some one got experiance in TOFD with Nickel Chrome Steel. Nickel 20% and Chrome 15%.. i have a job in hand with 30mm thickness; is that possible to do?


 
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mustafa GONULAL
Engineering,
CIMTAS / ENKA, Turkey, Joined Jun 2008, 8

mustafa GONULAL

Engineering,
CIMTAS / ENKA,
Turkey,
Joined Jun 2008
8
03:15 Jun-24-2008
Re: TOFD in Nickel Chrome steels
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: Some one got experiance in TOFD with Nickel Chrome Steel. Nickel 20% and Chrome 15%.. i have a job in hand with 30mm thickness; is that possible to do?
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Hi mj,
I am a TOFD specialist working over mainly carbon steels. I have tried TOFD application on 18-10 Cr Ni, as everybody knows the metallurgy is very difficult to explain and standardise. Therefore I could not achive a succesfull experimental. However, i have used 1 MHz probes with very low dB, this helps me too much. If you send the details to me via e-mail, Ý will help you.



 
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