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S.G.
Consultant
Enrico Enterprises, India, Joined Jul 2004, 20

S.G.

Consultant
Enrico Enterprises,
India,
Joined Jul 2004
20
04:03 Sep-23-2004
Weld test. by ultrasonic testing.

Hi, Friendes

I have some problem in weld testing. My job is 32 mm plate and i made 1.6 mm dia side drill hole at 24 mm depth from scanning surface and i am using 2.5 MHz - 70 degree probe but I am not getting the result. I am doing this practis as per the API-RP-2X code. Is it the right way to cheack the high thickness weld? Please suggest me. And please suggest me the some specific characteristics of 2.5 MHz probe.
Thanking you
S.G.


 
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HUNG
Engineering
Vietnam, Joined Mar 2004, 1

HUNG

Engineering
Vietnam,
Joined Mar 2004
1
05:15 Sep-24-2004
Re: Weld test. by ultrasonic testing.
Use 2.5MHz 60 & 45 degree probe are better. i think you have to check:

- range minimun 150 or 200 mm for testing 34mm
- DB????

if you use 70 degree you have receive a pulse echo at 70 mm in scal

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hi, Friendes
: I have some problem in weld testing. My job is 32 mm plate and i made 1.6 mm dia side drill hole at 24 mm depth from scanning surface and i am using 2.5 MHz - 70 degree probe but I am not getting the result. I am doing this practis as per the API-RP-2X code. Is it the right way to cheack the high thickness weld? Please suggest me. And please suggest me the some specific characteristics of 2.5 MHz probe.
: Thanking you
: S.G.
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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amirreza aminjavaheri
amirreza aminjavaheri
07:09 Dec-12-2005
Re: Weld test. by ultrasonic testing.
dear adminstrator
i need some information about weld testing and its kinds , so i am pleased if u help me about this cases
your sincersly


 
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