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NAVSEA T9074 AS GIB 010/271-1997 Requirements For Nondestructive Testing Methods

Standard Number:  NAVSEA T9074 AS GIB 010/271-1997
Title:  Requirements For Nondestructive Testing Methods
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  MIL STD 271 Revision F (Collection)

Status:  Current
Publisher:  Other Standards
Price:  
Number of Pages:90  

Description:Gives the requirements for conducting nondestructive tests (NDT) used for determining the presence of internal and surface discontinuities in metals.  
Catalog:1 SCOPE
1.1 General
1.2 Classification
1.3 Acceptance standards
1.4 Time of inspection
1.5 General definitions
1.6 Nondestructive test personnel certification
1.7 Procedure qualification and approval
1.8 Alternative specifications and standards
1.9 Inspection records
2 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
2.1 Government documents
2.2 Non-Government publications
2.3 Order of precedence
3 RADIOGRAPHY
3.1 Intended Use
3.2 Definitions
3.3 General requirements
3.4 Radiography requirements
3.5 Penetrameters
3.6 Shims
3.7 Radiographic quality levels
3.8 Single-wall and double-wall radiography
3.9 Radiography of repair welds
3.10 Radiography of castings and forgings
3.11 Radiographic film ownership
4 MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING
4.1 Intended use
4.2 Definitions
4.3 Magnetic particle inspection requirements
4.4 Evaluation of indications
4.5 Non-relevant indications
4.6 Final cleaning
4.7 Arc strikes
5 LIQUID PENETRANT TESTING
5.1 Intended use
5.2 Definitions
5.3 Inspection methods
5.4 General requirements
5.5 Surface preparation
5.6 Test procedures
5.7 Test results
6 ULTRASONIC TESTING
6.1 Intended use
6.2 Definitions
6.3 Procedure and test methods
6.4 Equipment
6.5 General requirements
6.6 Test methods
6.7 Thickness measurements
6.8 Bond testing of weld deposited materials
7 EDDY CURRENT TESTING
7.1 Intended use
7.2 Definitions
7.3 Eddy current inspection requirements
7.4 Equipment requirements
7.5 Calibration
7.6 Test technique
7.7 Evaluation of test results
8 VISUAL INSPECTION
8.1 Intended use
8.2 Reference standard
8.3 Procedure requirements
8.4 Records
8.5 Inspection techniques
8.6 Dimensional inspection accuracy
8.7 Lighting
9 NOTES
9.1 Intended use
9.2 Supersedure information
9.3 Issue of DODISS
9.4 Subject term (key word) listing
9.5 Changes from previous issue
Figure 1 - Recommended X-ray voltage settings and
radioisotope sources to be used with various
steel and similar alloys
Figure 2 - Recommended X-ray voltage settings and
radioisotope sources to be used with various
copper-base and similar alloys
Figure 3 - Recommended X-ray voltage settings and
radioisotope sources to be used with various
aluminium, magnesium and similar alloys
Figure 4 - Maximum allowed Ug
Figure 5 - Penetrameter designs
Figure 6 - Penetrameter identification notching
Figure 7 - Examples of Tm, Ts, and penetrameter placement:
single wall, no reinforcement, no back-up strip
Figure 8 - Examples of Tm, Ts, and penetrameter placement:
single wall, weld reinforcement, no back-up strip
Figure 9 - Examples of Tm, Ts, and penetrameter placement:
single wall, weld reinforcement, no back-up strip
Figure 10 - Examples of Tm, Ts, and penetrameter placement:
single wall, integral backing ring, weld
reinforcement
Figure 11 - Examples of Tm, Ts, and penetrameter placement:
single wall, weld reinforcement, cladding
redeposited over weld in base metal
Figure 12 - Examples of Tm, Ts, and penetrameter placement:
double wall, double wall viewing, weld
reinforcement and back-up strip
Figure 13 - Examples of Tm, Ts, and penetrameter placement:
double wall, single wall viewing
Figure 14 - Examples of Tm, Ts, and penetrameter placement:
full penetration weld, single wall
Figure 15 - Examples of Tm, Ts, and penetrameter placement:
root connection weld, single wall
Figure 16 - Magnetic particle field indicator
Figure 17 - Skip distance example
Figure 18 - Accepted scanning techniques for butt welds
Figure 19 - Typical reference calibration standard
(sensitivity)
Figure 20 - Typical viewing screen calibration (butt welds)
(with db control)
Figure 21 - Typical viewing screen calibration (butt welds)
(without db control)
Figure 22 - Scanning procedures for welds
Figure 23 - Scanning procedure for tee welds
Figure 24 - Typical viewing screen calibration (tee welds)
(with db control)
Figure 25 - Typical viewing screen calibration (tee welds)
(without db control)
Figure 26 - Surface opposite attachment member not accessible
Figure 27 - Surface opposite attachment member accessible
Figure 28 - Accepted scanning techniques for tee welds
Figure 29 - Ultrasonic weld inspection record
Figure 30 - Recommended probe-to-weld attitude for eddy
current standardization and scanning operations
Table I - Examples of penetrameter identification
Table II - Allowable film-side penetrameters
Table III - Minimum radiographic quality levels for
Iridium-192 radiography of castings and welds in
piping, machinery and pressure vessels
Table IV - Number of penetrameters and placement for welds
Table V - Definition of radiographic quality levels
Table VI - Calibration hole size for longitudinal test
Table VII - Calibration reference notch dimensions of square
and "U" bottom notch  
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