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Subject: Re: Books and manuals about X-Ray information

Date: 07/28/03 at 10:09 AM
Posted by: Scott Cargill
E-mail: cargill@pacbell.net
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In Reply to: Books and manuals about X-Ray information posted by Gerry Chafee on 05/28/03 at 1:03 PM:

Good LUCK.

TYPICALLY, being in the NDE biz. it all boils down to keeping a log book of what you shot, how you shot it and what you ended up with.

NOW, having said that. I'm in a position where I do a lot of the xray for the company I work for, we're primarily a gamma operation, so I'd be somewhat of a expert when it comes to gamma, but not so much on the Xray part of things. I've got and seen reference to exactly what you're talking about, code even references the fact that different materials and thicknesses should be shot at the lowest kv duh duh duh. but I've been unable to track down a chart or anything that spells that out.

If you come across anything give me a shout...

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