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Magnetic Particle Testing presentation

 

This module is intended to present information on the widely used method of magnetic particle inspection.

Magnetic particle inspection can detect both production discontinuities (seams, laps, grinding cracks and quenching cracks) and in-service damage (fatigue and overload cracks).

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AAIS MT Procedure Final

2022

This procedure covers the method and requirements for Magnetic Particle Inspection on ferromagnetic materials, welds, and fabricated parts and its components.

The procedure covers new and existing components/parts as follows:

Ø  Welds, fabricated spools, threaded, bolts and fittings.

Ø  Complex parts such as, Topside piping systems/erected systems, Pressure Vessels, Tanks, Pipelines, Steel Structures and Lifting equipment.

 

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OEI-ENG-PRC-002 - MAGNETIC TESTING PROCEDURE_REVIEW (00)Final

2019

This document identifies the requirements to conduct Magnetic Testing on new and in-service QP Assets such as, Process Piping, Equipment, Steel Structures and pipelines in compliance with QP-STD-R-008-4, QP Standard for Non Destructive Testing Part 4: Magnetic Particle Testing, in addition to the approved international codes and standard considering all HSE requirements.

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MT-PROC

 

This procedure establishes the requirements when magnetic particle testing is used for the detection of discontinuities at or immediately below the surface of ferromagnetic materials.

 

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QCP3RN

 

The Procedure describes the Magnetic Particle Methods to be used for the inspection of Ferro-Magnetic materials, Low Alloy,  Carbon Steels, and Non-Austenitic alloy steels, in accordance with the requirements of AWS D1.1 and ASTM E709

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QCP-10r0

 

This standard provides the procedure to be employed for the continuous method magnetic particle examination of ferromagnetic welds and/or adjacent base materials using the prod, yoke, and/or coil techniques with dry, wet visible or wet fluorescent particles. It is intended for use on work governed by the codes listed in Paragraph 2.0 of this standard.

This standard shall be used as a procedure by COSMOS NDE personnel and may be used as a procedure by subcontractor NDE personnel when performing magnetic particle examination.  

 

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SAEP-1144 Aramco MT

2011

This Engineering Procedure establishes the minimum requirements and  describes the techniques for magnetic particle (MT) examinations on welds and components conducted in accordance with the requirements of the referenced codes/standards.

This Engineering Procedure applies to Saudi Aramco NDT personnel and to contract personnel seconded to Saudi Aramco on an In-Kingdom Inspection Contract conducting MT examination on behalf of Saudi Aramco.

This SAEP does not apply to NDT companies performing magnetic particle for out of kingdom vendors or on LSTK projects unless specified in the contract or purchasing documents.

Detailed, written, MT examination procedures of Attachments 1 through 3 shall be used during all examinations. Magnetic Particle Examinations deviating from the written procedure shall be recorded on the MT technique sheet (Attachment 5) and submitted to the Inspection Department, NDT Unit for approval prior to use.

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ASNT LEVEL2 STUDY GUIDE MT

2nd

This Level II Study Guide presents fundamental information designed to assist the candidate preparing for a Level II MT examination. Building on the previous edition, many chapters have been expanded to better cover the body of knowledge in CP-105 (2016). New or expanded content covers welding indications, demagnetization principles, testing and evaluation of indications, particles, and equipment. Many color photographs have been added and figures redrawn. New chapter review questions have been added, and all questions follow the format of an ASNT exam.

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dnvgl-cg-0051  2015  NDT

2015

This class guideline applies for nondestructive testing using the following methods:

— eddy current testing

— magnetic particle testing

— penetrant testing

— radiographic testing

— ultrasonic testing

— visual testing.

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QWI-OEI(O)-030-008 Rev 7 MPI - PT - UT of Welds

 

The scope of this work instruction covers the nondestructive testing of welds and materials in structural steelwork, pipelines, process piping, pressure vessels utilizing Magnetic Particle Inspection, Penetrant Inspection and Ultrasonic Examination in accordance QP-STD-R-008-4 - QP Standard for NDT, Magnetic Testing (MT), QP-STD-R-008-5  - QP Standard for NDT, Penetrant Testing (PT), QP-STD-R-008-3  - QP Standard for NDT, Ultrasonic Testing (UT)  and latest relevant international standards.

 

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QFM-OEI(O)-030-007 Magnetic Particle Inspection Report

 

 

 

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BS EN ISO 9934-1 - Non-destructive testing — Magnetic particle testing Part 1- General principles

2016

This document specifies general principles for the magnetic particle testing of ferromagnetic materials. Magnetic particle testing is primarily applicable to the detection of surface-breaking discontinuities, particularly cracks. It can also detect discontinuities just below the surface but its sensitivit y diminishes rapidly with depth.

This document specifies the surface preparation of the part to be tested, magnetization techniques, requirements and application of the detection media, and the recording and interpretation of results. Acceptance criteria are not defined. Additional requirements for the magnetic particle testing of  particular items are defined in product standards (see the relevant International Standards or European standards).

This document does not apply to the residual magnetization method.

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ISO 3059 - Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing and magnetic particle testing - Viewing conditions - Third Edition

2012

This International Standard specifies the control of the viewing conditions for magnetic particle and penetrant testing. It includes minimum requirements for the illuminance and UV-A irradiance and their measurement. It is intended for use when the human eye is the primary detection aid.

This International Standard does not cover the use of actinic blue light sources.

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ISO 9934-3 - Non-Destructive Testing - Magnetic Particle Testing - Part 3 17Equipment

2015

This part of ISO 9934 describes three types of equipment for magnetic particle testing:

-        portable or transportable equipment;

-        fixed installations;

-        specialized testing systems for testing components on a continuous basis, comprising a series of processing stations placed in sequence to form a process line.

Equipment for magnetizing, demagnetizing, illumination, measurement, and monitoring are also described.

This part of ISO 9934 specifies the properties to be provided by the equipment supplier, minimum requirements for application and the method of measuring certain parameters. Where appropriate, measuring and calibration requirements and in-service checks are also specified.

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ISO 10893-5 - Non-destructive testing of steel tubes — Part 5- Magnetic particle inspection

2011

This part of ISO 10893 specifies requirements for magnetic particle inspection of seamless and welded ferromagnetic steel tubes for the detection of surface imperfections on the tube body and the end/bevel face at the ends.

For the tube body, it specifies requirements for the detection of surface imperfections on all or part of the outside surface of tubes. However, by agreement between the purchaser and manufacturer, it can be applicable to the inside surface over a limited length from the ends of tubes, dependent on the tube diameter. 

In addition, this part of ISO 10893 can be used, as appropriate, to locate the position of external surface imperfections detected by another non-destructive testing method (e.g. ultrasonic) prior to dressing of the tube surface, and to ensure complete removal of the imperfection after dressing is complete.

For the end/bevel face at the ends of plain-end and beveled-end tubes, this part of ISO 10893 specifies requirements for the detection of laminar imperfections which can interfere with subsequent fabrication and inspection operations (e.g. welding and ultrasonic inspection of the welds).

This part of ISO 10893 is applicable to the detection of imperfections, other than laminar imperfections, on the end/bevel face. In this case, magnetization is applied in the direction essentially perpendicular to the orientation of the particular imperfections being detected.

It can also be applicable to the testing of hollow sections.

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ISO 12707 - Non-destructive testing - Magnetic particle testing - Vocabulary - First Edition

2016

This International Standard defines general terms specifically associated with magnetic particle testing.

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ISO 23278 - Non-destructive testing of welds - Magnetic particle testing - Acceptance levels - Second Edition

2015

This International Standard specifies acceptance levels for indications from imperfections in ferromagnetic steel welds detected by magnetic particle testing.

The acceptance levels are primarily intended for use during manufacture examination.

NOTE They can also be used for in-service inspection.

The acceptance levels in this International Standard are based on detection capabilities that can be expected when using techniques specified in ISO 17638 and parameters recommended in Annex A.

The acceptance levels can be related to welding standards, application standards, specifications or codes. Such a relationship is shown in ISO 17635 for ISO 5817.

Acceptance levels for grouped indications are not covered by this International Standard.

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QP Standard for non Destructive Testing,Part 4_ Magnetic Particle Testing, QP-STD-R-008-4_R1

 

This standard defines the minimum requirements for performing Magnetic Particle Testing (MT) as one of the Non Destructive Testing (NDT) methods, in accordance with the referenced codes/standards.

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ASTM E709  2008

2008

This guide describes techniques for both dry and wet magnetic particle testing, a nondestructive method for detecting cracks and other discontinuities at or near the surface in ferromagnetic materials. Magnetic particle testing may be applied to raw material, semifinished material (billets, blooms, castings, and forgings), finished material and welds, regardless of heat treatment or lack thereof. It is useful for preventive maintenance testing.

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ASTM E1444-E1444M  2011

2011

This practice establishes minimum requirements for magnetic particle testing used for the detection of surface or slightly subsurface discontinuities in ferromagnetic material. Guide E709 can be used in conjunction with this practice as a tutorial.

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NDT - MT and PT ndt2

 

The recommendations contained in this document were aimed specifically to improve the inspection of conventional pressurised equipment.  However, the drafting committee considers that these measures can also apply to any application of  Magnetic Particle and Dye Penetrant Inspection including fairground or railway components, offshore equipment, and conventional plant in nuclear installations.

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Classroom Training Handbook Nondestructive testing magnetic particle

2nd

The purpose of this handbook is to provide the fundamental knowledge of magnetic particle testing required by quality assurance and test personnel to enable them to :

-        Ascertain that the proper test technique, or combination of techniques, is used to assure the quality of finished product.

-        Interpret, evaluate, and make a sound decision as to the results of the test.

-        Recognize those areas exhibiting doubtful test results that require either retest or assistance in interpretation and evaluation.

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ASNT NDT Handbook Volume 6   Magnetic Particle Testing

1989

Many years ago, ASNT began what is probably its most significant contribution to the science of nondestructive' testing, namely publication of the Nondestructive Testing Handbook. First published in 19.59, the NDT Handbook aspired to be the encyclopedia which would include all the basic Knowledge necessary for successful practice of nondestructive testing procedures. The first edition contained two volumes, edited bv Dr. Robelt C. McMaster.

Now, thirty years later, NDT has grown and matured tremendously. The sheer volume of knowledge has increased to the point where a separate book is necessary for each Testing technique and a group effort is required to properly cover even one inspection method. Such a group has been laboring for five years to organize this volume and  now the effort has come to fruition.

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ASNT NDT Handbook Volume 8 Magnetic Testing

2008

100+ pages applicable also to magnetic flux leakage testing. Contains all current information from the previous edition on magnetic particle testing. A collaborative effort of 66 magnetic testing experts. Editorial emphasis on practicality with information useful to Level II and Level III inspectors. Applications including metals, welding, chemical, petroleum, and electric power. Dozens of photographs illustrating anomalies. New information on documentation with reference standards and digital photography. Metric units included throughout. Edited with an eye to safety and environmental regulations. Updated references provided for published standards. The authoritative reference for magnetic particle testing. 100+ pages applicable also to magnetic flux leakage testing. Contains all current information from the previous edition on magnetic particle testing.

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PRINCIPLES OF MAGNETIC TESTING CE BETZ

2000

 

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10 Misunderstandings about Magnetic Particle Testing [Video]

2019

This article discusses the most common incorrect assumptions about magnetic particle inspection and offers solutions to combat these misunderstandings

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Magnetic Rope Testing relevant applications and standards

2018

 

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NDT30M-Magnetic Particle Testing (MT)

 

 

 

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PCN MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING Level 2 -signed

 

 

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