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This book is a revision of Document IIS/IIW – 1033-89 ‘Information on Practices for Underwater Non-Destructive Testing’, prepared by Working Group 2 of Commission V - Quality Control and Quality Assurance of Welded Products. Technical guidance and information on non-destructive testing (NDT) techniques suitable for underwater steel constructions is given. Only the most commonly used NDT methods are discussed in detail, while less commonly used methods are given less attention. It is intended for the external inspection of welded steel structures used offshore such as oil and gas platforms, pipelines and risers, harbour installations, and hulls of ships. The document not only applies to methods used manually by divers in water, but also to remotely-controlled or automated methods used from submersibles, atmospheric chambers, and remotely-operated vehicles (ROVs). Content:• Front Matter • Preface • Table of Contents 1. Introduction and Scope 2. Definitions and Glossary • 3. Components of Non-Destructive Examination 4. Personnel, Qualifications, and Quality Assurance 5. Procedures 6. Pre-Inspections Activities 7. Inspection for Flaws 8. Inspection for Corrosion • 9. Passive NDT Methods 10. Post-Inspection Activities • 11. Introduction of New Equipment 12. Remote Operated Vehicle Deployment Appendices Bibliography: Selected Reference Documents on NDT of Offshore Constructions
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