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Navnath
Navnath
06:29 Oct-26-2008
Measuring excees pnetration

Hello,
i wanted to know how we can measure the exact penetration in pipe weld from a radiograph


    
 
 
NEELA
NEELA
01:10 Oct-26-2008
Re: Measuring excees pnetration
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hello,
: i wanted to know how we can measure the exact penetration in pipe weld from a radiograph
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excess pentration measured by density diff
TX


    
 
 
Michel Couture
NDT Inspector,
consultant, Canada, Joined Sep 2006, 822

Michel Couture

NDT Inspector,
consultant,
Canada,
Joined Sep 2006
822
04:37 Oct-27-2008
Re: Measuring excees pnetration
Another way would be to do stereo radiography

Cheerio's
Michel
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: : Hello,
: : i wanted to know how we can measure the exact penetration in pipe weld from a radiograph
: excess pentration measured by density diff
: TX
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
 
chrtis s
Consultant, qc manager
USA, Joined Apr 2007, 9

chrtis s

Consultant, qc manager
USA,
Joined Apr 2007
9
08:09 Nov-04-2008
Re: Measuring excees pnetration
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hello,
: i wanted to know how we can measure the exact penetration in pipe weld from a radiograph
------------ End Original Message ------------

UT might be more applicable to your application.


    
 
 
Ed T.
Ed T.
08:12 Nov-04-2008
Re: Measuring excees pnetration
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Another way would be to do stereo radiography
: Cheerio's
: Michel
: : : Hello,
: : : i wanted to know how we can measure the exact penetration in pipe weld from a radiograph
: : excess pentration measured by density diff
: : TX
------------ End Original Message ------------

You could use a block on the base material of varying thicknesses and compare densities.



    
 
 

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