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CONTRAST DYE PENETRANT INSPECTION

1991-10-15
HISTORICAL
AMS2646C
This specification establishes a procedure for detection of discontinuities open to the surface of parts by the use of a penetrating dye.
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Contrast Dye Penetrant Inspection

1964-01-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2646A
Detection of discontinuities such as cracks, laps, porosity, cold shuts, lack of bond, and similar defects. Because inspection can be performed in normal light, this method can be used when fluorescent penetrant inspection is impracticable.
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Contrast Dye Penetrant Inspection

1955-03-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2646
Detection of discontinuities such as cracks, laps, porosity, cold shuts, lack of bond, and similar defects. Because inspection can be performed in normal light, this method can be used when fluorescent penetrant inspection is impracticable.
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Contrast Dye Penetrant Inspection

1999-04-01
CURRENT
AMS2646D
Detection of discontinuities such as cracks, laps, porosity, cold shuts, lack of bond, and similar defects. Because inspection can be performed in normal light, this method can be used when fluorescent penetrant inspection is impracticable.
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Eddy Current Inspection of Circular Holes in Nonferrous Metallic Aircraft Engine Hardware

2017-09-26
WIP
AS4787A
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) establishes minimum requirements for eddy current inspection of circular holes in nonferrous, metallic, aircraft engine hardware with fasteners removed. The inspection is intended to be performed at maintenance and overhaul facilities on engine run hardware. This standard has been typically used to inspect for service-induced surface and near surface cracks, but usage is not limited to such applications.
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Exposure Levels of UV Radiation in Nondestructive Inspection Processes

1998-03-01
CURRENT
AIR4964
Long wave ultraviolet or UV-A radiation (between 320 to 400 nm) is used for fluorescent inspections in magnetic particle and liquid penetrant examinations. The UV-A radiation is obtained from either fluorescent or high intensity discharge lamps that are stationary or portable. The commercially available UV-A lamps possess a large variation in intensity output that can cause a legitimate concern for possible health hazard. This draft reviews the nature of UV-A radiation emitted by these lights, blacklight equipment, acceptable UV dosage limits adopted by the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) and the European Standards Committee for Nondestructive Testing, and recommendation of proper practices when working with UV-A radiation.
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FLUORESCENT PENETRANT INSPECTION

1983-01-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2645H
This specification establishes a procedure for detection of defects by use of a fluorescent, penetrating liquid.
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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1948-07-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2645
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1953-06-15
HISTORICAL
AMS2645B
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1950-06-15
HISTORICAL
AMS2645A
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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