Ultrasonic testing of objects made of heat-resistant nickel-based alloys, single and polycrystalline components
The detection of artificial reflectors and defect detection in mono- and polycrystalline samples made of heat-resistant nickel-based alloys are considered. The ultrasonic testing specificity of monocrystalline products is also considered. Defect detection in a turbine blade is carried out using an angle transducer. The velocities and attenuation coefficients of longitudinal waves in mono- and polycrystalline components are measured.
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Document Type: Case Report
Publication date: 2011-11-01
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