In a re-rate scenario, the original fabrication documents did not indicate that the welds were x-rayed. As a result an efficiency of 0.70 was used to determine the current retirement thickness. Is is allowed to now perform a spot or full x-ray and then to use either a joint efficiency of 0.85 or 1.00 to achieve a higher retirement shell thickness?
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