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Joseph Batt
Joseph Batt
05:41 Jul-07-2000
TOFD as an immersion technique

Hello,

I would like to have some informations about the TOFD technique for in situ measurements (into the sea, or in a tank). Is there some rule? I suppose that we have to use the Snell's law for the conversion of the probes angle.
Thank you in advance for any help.

Joseph Batt

(Msc student)



    
 
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Sandro Gonçalves
Sandro Gonçalves
07:02 Aug-13-2000
Re: TOFD as an immersion technique
Hello Joseph Batt,

I think you can use a calibration standard whit similar metal whit defects knowledge to test before test in situ and make a calibration curve.

Sandro Gonçalves

M. Sc. student TOFD
Rio de Janeiro Federal University




    
 
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