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Application of X-ray radioscopic methods for characterization of two-phase phenomena and solidification processes in metallic melts Shevchenko, N.; Boden, S.; Eckert, S.; Borin, D.; Heinze, M.; Odenbach, S.
Abstract: X-ray attenuation techniques are an important diagnostic tool for investigating liquid metal two-phase flows or solidification studies in metallic alloys.
(5) Any repair to a weld carried out by the manufacturer shall first be agreed to by the Inspecting Authority.
Where defects occur in distributed positions in a seam, repairs to the extent of 15 per cent.
Radioscopic image data is acquired and communicated independently of a host computer operating system.
For organic materials, the comparison is between the current ratio of a radioactive isotope to a stable isotope of the same element and the known ratio of the two isotopes in living organisms.
Image data (316) is selectably received from a plurality of different flat panel detectors (116).