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09:00 Apr-09-1997
Jerry Yanello
Circ shear by the offset method

I am interested in an equation that will give me the
offset needed for a circumferential shear wave
inspection on a cone. I have come up with one but I
am not sure if it is right.

Offset=radius*sin(incidence angle)/cos(cone angle from verticle)

I have also come up with equations for triple indexing
up the cone to maintain the proper offset.

Y=Index*Sin(incidence angle)*cot(cone angle from horizontal)
X=Index*cos(cone angle from the horizontal)
Z=Index*sin(cone angle from the horizontal)

Can anyone verify these equations.


 


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