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 INSPECTION TRENDS — July 2006 — Summer · Volume 9 · Number 3

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Summer Features
Inspection Trends Spring Issue

Has Computed Radiography's Time Come for Inspecting Bridges?
by S. R. Mazur
The improvements that have been made to computed radiography could make it a baluable asset for structural steel bridg inspection

Inspecting Low-Pressure Storage Tanks
by N. Faransso
This overview discusses the requirements for inspecting low-pressure storage tanks according to API 620.

 

What Caused Those Cracks?
by G. E. Smith and U. Aschemeier
The causes of and repair procedure for cracks in a large, steel-making casting machine are detailed.

PDM Bridge Strives for Zero Defects
by M. R. Johnsen
A Florida bridge builder is working on preventing defects rather than simply reacting after they occur.

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