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Mukesh Kumar Bhatt
Mukesh Kumar Bhatt
06:18 Jul-14-2005
UT of Tee joint

Can somebody advice me the technique(Pulse-echo/Phased Array/TOFD) to test full penetration TEE type welded joint with minimum number of scans.


    
 
 
RT. JEYAKUMAR
NDT Inspector
Singapore, Joined Aug 2002, 10

RT. JEYAKUMAR

NDT Inspector
Singapore,
Joined Aug 2002
10
07:59 Jul-24-2005
Re: UT of Tee joint
Mr.Batt,

Can you give some more details of the weld. Anyway, No of scanning and scanning technique is depends on where you are looking for defects.

If the joint is full pen and if the joint permits both the side access, then you can scan half skip at both the sides so that you may get total coverage.

Please give some more details for more discussions.

With regards,

RT. Jeyakumar


    
 
 
a.a.amiri
Consultant, NDT/QC/WELD INSPECTION
Iran, Joined Nov 2005, 20

a.a.amiri

Consultant, NDT/QC/WELD INSPECTION
Iran,
Joined Nov 2005
20
06:08 Oct-31-2005
Re: UT of Tee joint
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DEAR FRIEND,
BY PULSE ECHO TECHNIQUE,MIN.ONE SCAN BY ANGLE PROBE FROM BEVELED PLATE FOR WELD DEFECT DETECTION,& ONE SCAN BY NORMAL PROBE FROM TOP PLATE(FLANGE) FOR LAMELLAR TEARING IN PLATE OR LACK OF FUSION IN WELD SIDE WALL.


    
 
 

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