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 INSPECTION TRENDS — July 2008 — Summer · Volume 11 · Number 3

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Industrial Radiography Safety: Best Practices
by P. C. Rodwell
A high-level overview of important radiography safety considerations is presented

Detecting Corrosion in Production Tanks
by D. T. Schardine
A low-frequency electromagnetic technique was employed to detect localized corrosion in well-site storage tanks

Computed  Radiography in the Pacific Northwest: Benefits, Drawbacks, and Requirements

by G. A. Levcun and C. S. Mahendra
The U. S. Navy discovered there are many advantages, as well as some limitations, to inspecting using computed radiography

Boroscopes Bring Inspection Directly to the Weld Cell
Kreisler Industries' borescope inspection program helps its welders detect defects early in the manufacturing process

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