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UT Vs Stress

UT Vs Stress

UT Vs Stress

anyone know of any work published on this realcion of between 6.2 and 6.3 in the table related to the reduction in effort of tension or something similar
AWS D1.1 secc. Table 6.2 and 6.3  

RE: UT Vs Stress

urgent, Spanish, in Deutsch better.. English not problem

RE: UT Vs Stress

You realize that one table is for static (non-cyclical) nontubular structures and the other is for cylic nontubular structures, correct?  That is why the acceptance criteria is different.  I'm not sure if this helps you or not, but that is the relation between the two tables.  I'm unaware of any published work on the subject.  You might want to contact someone at AWS directly.

RE: UT Vs Stress

ok,  yes  I mean 6.2.

yes  i did  last year contac AWS committee, but they  said, only to committe group is permited

RE: UT Vs Stress

I m Just  looking for a document Publicated on the web or in a manual that says something about the relationship between UtdB and tensile

I hope  someone can  help me.

RE: UT Vs Stress

Check with Krautkramer-Bransen.  They have published documents on UT attenuation and tensile strength of materials.

For steel, it is generally calibrated at each use by a certified calibration block.

RE: UT Vs Stress

Thank you,
I did not think in Krautkramer,, I will do. thank you     

RE: UT Vs Stress

I  someone knows somethingh else teel me please

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