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kris mcnichol
kris mcnichol
01:23 Jan-18-2005
NDT of steel rollers

could anyone help me with the best way of non destructive testing of a pair of steel paper rollers (heat treated and machined) 1 metre long and 60 mm diameter, supportred by bearings at each end. the rollers are made from high carbon steel and are used in high speed production of paper.
thanks,
kris.


    
 
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Steve Greenall
Steve Greenall
08:26 Jan-18-2005
Re: NDT of steel rollers
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: could anyone help me with the best way of non destructive testing of a pair of steel paper rollers (heat treated and machined) 1 metre long and 60 mm diameter, supportred by bearings at each end. the rollers are made from high carbon steel and are used in high speed production of paper.
: thanks,
: kris.
------------ End Original Message ------------


No problem, please contact me with more details.




    
 
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W.R.D.Couper
W.R.D.Couper
07:31 Jan-24-2005
Re: NDT of steel rollers
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: : could anyone help me with the best way of non destructive testing of a pair of steel paper rollers (heat treated and machined) 1 metre long and 60 mm diameter, supportred by bearings at each end. the rollers are made from high carbon steel and are used in high speed production of paper.
: : thanks,
: : kris.
:
: No problem, please contact me with more details.
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I suggest you read my notes rather than posting your assignment questions on a NDT website.

I will take this into consideration when marking your assignment.

w.r.d.couper


    
 
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Dr. Ross Couper
Dr. Ross Couper
03:28 Jan-26-2005
Re: NDT of steel rolls
Please note this is a question in a student assignment.
The reply of 24th Jan is not from me but from a very smart student!


    
 
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Thananon Chomcherd
Thananon Chomcherd
04:01 Feb-16-2005
Re: NDT of steel rollers
Could you give more information to me. Nnormally for steel paper roller will be test for bonding between rubber and steel that you can use by ultrasonic method.

Best Reghards;

Thananon


----------- Start Original Message -----------
: could anyone help me with the best way of non destructive testing of a pair of steel paper rollers (heat treated and machined) 1 metre long and 60 mm diameter, supportred by bearings at each end. the rollers are made from high carbon steel and are used in high speed production of paper.
: thanks,
: kris.
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
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