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The Correlation Between Ultrasonic Testing and Metallurgy

Ultrasonic testing (UT) is mostly used to detect volumetric and surface discontinuities by using variable scanning patterns and different configurations. While doing so, the most convenient ultrasonic configuration should be chosen for the material being tested. This paper expounds the correlation between the use of UT and metallurgy on a test piece.

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