• Engineering
  • Published 2012

NON-DESTRUCTIVE INSPECTIONS FOR SC CAVITIES

@inproceedings{Iwashita2012NONDESTRUCTIVEIF,
  title={NON-DESTRUCTIVE INSPECTIONS FOR SC CAVITIES},
  author={Yoshihisa Iwashita and Yasuhiro Fuwa and Masaki Hashida and Kazuto Otani and Shuji Sakabe and Shigeki Tokita and Hiromu Tongu and Hitoshi Hayano and Koichi Watanabe and Y. Yamamoto},
  year={2012}
}
Starting from the high-resolution camera for inspection of the cavity inner surface – so-called Kyoto Camera, high resolution T-map, X-map and eddy current scanner have been developed. R&D for radiography techniques is also going on to detect small voids inside the Nb EBW seam, where the target resolution is 0.1 mm. Some radiography tests with X-rays induced from an ultra short pulse intense laser were carried out. The local treatment technique on the found defects is also realized by the Micro… CONTINUE READING

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