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Carbon Steel Tubing for General Use - Understanding Nondestructive Testing for Carbon Steel Tubing
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published June 26, 2006 by SAE International in United States
This SAE information report provides a means to understand the various methods of evaluating the integrity of steel tubing without the need of destroying the tubing. This report describes eddy current testing, flux leakage testing, ultrasonic testing, and magnetic particle testing of steel tubing. The primary purpose of these methods of testing steel tubing is to look for flaws in the tubing, such as discontinuities, seams, cracks, holes, voids and other imperfections characteristic to the specific construction of the tubing.
SAE 2592 Information Report provides a means for the average lay person not directly associated with the manufacturing of bulk steel tubing, a better understanding of the various methods to evaluate the molecular integrity of steel tubing without the need of destructing the tubing.
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The Metallic Tubing Subcommittee of the FCCTC develops and maintains SAE Standards, Recommended Practices and Information Reports relating to metallic tubing with an intended use in pressure applications. Participants in the FCCTC Metallic Tubing Subcommittee include OEMs, suppliers, consulting firms, government and other interested parties.
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