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Historical Version s - view previous versions of standard. Work Item s - proposed revisions of this standard. More E Specific techniques of the ultrasonic method to which this practice applies include pulse-reflection techniques, both contact and non-contact for example, as described in Guide E and Practice E , and angle beam immersion techniques, both conventional and phased array.
Artificial reflectors consisting of longitudinal, and, when specified by the using party or parties, transverse reference notches placed on the surfaces of a reference standard are employed as the primary means of standardizing the ultrasonic system.
These procedures have been successful with smaller sizes. These may be specified upon contractual agreement between the using parties. These procedures are intended to ensure that proper beam angles and beam shapes are used to provide full volume coverage of pipes and tubes, including those with low ratios of outside diameter-to-wall thickness, and to avoid spurious signal responses when examining small-diameter, thin-wall tubes. The procedure in Annex A2 may be used to determine the helical scan pitch.
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Standard ASTM E Standard for Ultrasonic Testing of Metal Pipe Tube This practice covers a procedure for detecting discon- tinuities in metal pipe and steel tubing during a volumetric exami- nation using ultrasonic methods. These procedures have been successful with smaller sizes. These procedures are intended to ensure that proper beam angles and beam shapes are used to provide full volume coverage of pipes and tubes, including those with low ratios of outside diameter to wall thickness , and to avoid spurious signal responses when examining small-diameter, thin-wall tubes. The procedure in Annex A1 is applicable to pipe and tubing used in nuclear and other special and safety applica- tions.