Qualification of Inspection Procedures

Qualification of Inspection Procedures

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Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) techniques for the inspection of industrial structural components have to be qualified in respect to the minimum performance to be achieved. The qualification schemes relate to all aspects of the tests: procedure, equipment and personnel and the qualification of inspection should be codified in Standards. Such Standards are of two main types: those that detail the methods and procedures to be used and those that define the results which must be achieved. The European Network for Inspection Qualification (ENIQ) has as its aim the creation of a European collaboration for critical studies, assessment and qualification of inspection procedures for industrial structural components. The final goal is to support international Codes and Standards bodies via technical tools, expertise and demonstrative exercises that can be sponsored and managed at the European level.TEAM SCAN Assembly 24 Assembly 20 Assembly 25 FN auto - - Immersion CW focusing probes (ID) FX - - X-Ray HM auto cw, sw - - IK ... CW SW focusing probes (ID) LI auto - - Immersion CW focusing probes (ID) MH manual - - CW, SW (OD aamp; ID) NG manual CW, SW, ... SAFT CW, SW, creep waves, TOFD, SAFT VY auto CW, SW CW, SW, creep waves CW, SW, creep waves WT auto - CW aamp; SW LSAFTanbsp;...

Title:Qualification of Inspection Procedures
Author:E. Borloo, P. Lemaitre
Publisher:Springer - 1994-12-31


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