PD CEN/TR 15235:2005
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PD CEN/TR 15235:2005

Welding. Methods for assessing imperfections in metallic structures

Status : Current   Published : December 2005



PD CEN/TR 15235 provides guidance on the selection and application of methods for assessing the significance of imperfections in all types of structures and components. The guidance is primarily tailored to welded structures and components in steel or aluminium alloys. The present Technical Report gives guidance to the application of BS 7910. Some of the methods may also be applied for other types of metals and for non-welded structures and components.

Standard NumberPD CEN/TR 15235:2005
TitleWelding. Methods for assessing imperfections in metallic structures
Publication Date21 December 2005
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)BS 7910:2004, API RP 579, EFAM ETM 97, EN ISO 14253-1, ISO 14253-1:1998, CEN/TS 14751, EN ISO 5817, ISO 5817:2003, EN 12062, PD 6493:1991, PD 6539:1994
International RelationshipsCEN/TR 15235:2005
DescriptorsWelded joints, Structures, Metals, Welding, Fusion welding, Steels, Aluminium, Defects, Flaw detection, Inspection
Title in FrenchSoudage. Methodes d'evaluation des defauts dans les constructions metalliques
Title in GermanSchweissen. Verfahren zur Beurteilung von Unregelmaessigkeiten bei metallischen Bauteilen
ISBN0 580 47133 0
File Size467.9 KB

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