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ISO 17636-1 (2013) – Single wall technique / IQI film side / IQI selection

ISO 17636-1 (2013) – Single wall technique / IQI film side / IQI selection

ISO 17636-1 (2013) – Single wall technique / IQI film side / IQI selection

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Dear mates,
I can not find any table that tells me which wire IQI to use for single wall technique IQI film side either class A or B and I cannot find any where it says that the film side IQI for single wall technique can not be used.

In many situations there is no access to the interior of the part or component to be radiographed, devices are made to position the radioactive source inside but it is impossible to access to place the IQI.

ASME V - Art.2, has IQI selection tables for single wall / single image technique, IQI film side.

Thanks for any input on this point.

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