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The non-destructive Inspection of the fillet weldment has difficulties due to its geometrical complexity and uneasy access. The surface shear horizontal wave (SH-wave), however, has been successfully applied to the detection of cracks on the surface and sub-surface of the filet weldment heel part. The conventional ultrasonic inspection using the surface SH-wave is usually a contact method using piezoelectric transducer. Thus, it is not suitable for a field application because the reliability and repeatability of inspection are significantly affected by test conditions such as couplant, contact pressure and pre-process. In order to overcome this problem, a non-contact SH-wave inspection method using EMAT is propose. The experimental results with this non-contact method are compared with those with a conventional ultrasonic method in fillet weldment with slit type defects. It is shown that the non-contact inspection technique requires simple procedure and less time in the fillet weldment inspection.
Conventional non-destructive techniques for inspection of the weld in pipelines require significant test time and high cost. Ultrasonic guided waves have been widely studied and successfully applied to various non-destructive tests with advantage of the long-range inspection. In this paper, a study on the application of ultrasonic guided waves to the long-range inspection of the pipeline is presented using a long-range guided wave inspection system, Wavemaker SE16, GUL. The characteristics and setup of the long-range guided wave inspection system and experimental results in pipes of with various diameter are introduced. The experimental results in mock-up pipes with cluster type detects show that the minimum detectable wall thickness reduction with this guided wave system is $2\~3\%$ in the pipe cross section area. And the wall thickness reduction of $5\%$ in cross section area can be detected when actual detection level is used. Therefore, the applicability of the guided wave systeme to long-range inspection of wall thickness reduction in pipes is verified.
A leaky surface acoustic wave (LSAW) velocity was measured using a scanning acoustic microscope on the ceramic/metal interface in order to investigate material properties. The inverse Fourier transform (IFFT) of the V(z) curve contains the reflectance function of a liquid-specimen interface. So, the longitudinal, transverse, and Rayleigh wave velocities for each layer are obtained by the inversion of the V(z) curve at the same time. This paper contains mainly the experimental procedure for measurements of the LSAW velocity, and the results obtained for the velocity variation of individual layer after the thermal shock. It is shown that this method is useful in measuring the material properties under external stress.
박익근 ( Ik Keun Park ),박은수 ( Un Soo Park ),김현묵 ( Hyun Mook Kim ),안형근 ( Hyung Keun Ahn ),김정석 ( Chung Soek Kim ),권숙인 ( Sook In Kwun ),변재원 ( Jai Won Byeon ) 한국구조물진단유지관리공학회 2000 한국구조물진단유지관리공학회 학술발표대회 논문집 Vol.4 No.1
It is very important to evaluate the surface or subsurface microstructure because of th on mechanical properties of materials. Surface SH-wave which is horizontally polarized traveling along near surface and subsurface layer is an attractive technique for material difficulty in preparing specimens form in-service industrial facilities. In this stud evaluation for degraded structural materials used at high temperature by Surface SH-wave discussed. 2.25Cr-lMo steel specimens which were prepared by the isothermal aging heat tr 650° were evaluated by ultrasonic nondestructive evaluation techniques investigating th velocities, attenuation coefficient and amplitude spectra etc. In addition, it has verif the frequency-dependence of ultrasonic group velocity and attenuation coefficient using wav