Use of Non-Destructive Tests for the Assessment of Integrity and Service Life of Hydro-Mechanical Equipment

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Technical diagnostics of hydromechanical equipment, is based on testing procedures including the history of the exploitation with expert knowledge of structures and operating conditions, as well as, on the analysis of results performed by experts with appropriate experience and knowledge in design, exploitation, maintenance, reliability, fracture mechanics etc. Degradation of properties of the material and/or welded joints of hydro-mechanical equipment is being caused by the simultaneous influence of a large number of factors. First of all, it is thought of technological, metallurgical, structural and conditions of exploitation. In this paper, the selection of methodology for the rehabilitation of hydro-mechanical equipment is presented based on the previously conducted assessment of state of equipment using the nondestructive testing methods. Repair welding, repair of damaged surfaces by cold metallization, corrections of existing structural solutions of metallic components in order to improve their technical characteristics and extend the service life are presented.

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Nicușor Alin Sîrbu and Aurel Valentin Bîrdeanu

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9-16

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M. Arsić et al., "Use of Non-Destructive Tests for the Assessment of Integrity and Service Life of Hydro-Mechanical Equipment", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1146, pp. 9-16, 2018

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April 2018

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