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Can you UT in lieu of nick breaks for the 12"-on-12" "branch" test

Can you UT in lieu of nick breaks for the 12"-on-12" "branch" test

Can you UT in lieu of nick breaks for the 12"-on-12" "branch" test

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Can you UT in lieu of nick breaks for the 12"-on-12" "branch" test

RE: Can you UT in lieu of nick breaks for the 12"-on-12" "branch" test

Code?
Material?
Need much more information.

"Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but they are not entitled to their own facts."

RE: Can you UT in lieu of nick breaks for the 12"-on-12" "branch" test

One assume the Code is API 1104 and this is for welder qualification. What does the Code say? When I was on the Code Committee 40 years ago, it was not permitted. Due to the geometry of the branch connection, I doubt that it would be permitted today.

RE: Can you UT in lieu of nick breaks for the 12"-on-12" "branch" test

Go ahead and share the results. We should learn some thing new everyday !

DHURJATI SEN
Kolkata, India

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