S Seamless construction WP-W Welded fittings where fitting construction welds are 100% radiographed or ultrasonically examined and where side med. with the addition of filter metal in any starting material (e. g., welded pipe) are 100% radiographed WF-WX Welded fittings where all welds are 100% radiographed or ...
QW-321.3 was revised from specific dimensions of weld length to be radiographed for an immediate retest to simply requiring that twice the length or number of welds required for the original test be radiographed.
L-4 is radiographed at a source-to-image distance (SID) of 100 ô D12. L-4 is radiographed at a source-to-image distance (SID) of 100 cm, and an object cm, and an object-to-image distance (OID) of 20 cm.
All compression and shear joints in a member shall be radiographed when any radiograph in a tension joint in the member has an accumulative discontinuity length which exceeds 10 percent of the length of the joint. 1602.6 Extension of Test Area.
Group1: Normal Patients defined as normal were all those radiographed duringa 7 month period (June 1979 to January 1980) who were clinically considered normal with no symptoms of lung disease, and whose radiographs revealed normal lungs with no parenchymal abnormali ty.
... Fusion Welded Pipe, Single Butt Seam 0.80-A 358 1, 3, 4 Electric Fusion Welded Pipe, 100% radiographed 1.00-5 Electric Fusion Welded Pipe, Spot radiographed 0.90-2 Electric Fusion Welded Pipe, Double Butt Seam 0.85-A 376-Seamless Pipe 1.00-A 403-Seamless Fittings 1.00--Welded Fitting, 100% radiographed 1.00 1- ...
RT1 - This designation indicates that 100 % of all longitudinal and circumferential seams have been radiographed. It also indicates that 100 % of nozzle welds over 10" diameter and of weld neck design have been radiographed.
They prepare patients for radiologic examinations by explaining the procedure, removing articles such as jewelry, through which X-rays cannot pass, and positioning patients so that the parts of the body can be appropriately radiographed.
For CSLs, June 15 is the arbitrary date chosen as the start of the new pupping season, thus “pups” were those radiographed before June 15 and “yearlings” were those radiographed after June 15.
The leaded film holder is backed up by the lead plate (see 2.2), and the specimen to be radiographed shall be placed in the position or positions specified in the individual specification.