Pipeline computed tomography

  • How is pipeline measured?

    A: One of the most important things to know when you're operating a pipeline is the flow rate, which is typically measured in cubic meters per hour (m3/h), liters per second (l/s), or gallons per minute (gpm)..

  • What are the basic principles of CT?

    During a CT scan, the patient lies on a bed that slowly moves through the gantry while the x-ray tube rotates around the patient, shooting narrow beams of x-rays through the body.
    Instead of film, CT scanners use special digital x-ray detectors, which are located directly opposite the x-ray source..

  • What is NDT in pipeline?

    Nondestructive testing (NDT) is preferred in the oil and gas industry—especially in gas pipelines.
    Petroleum and natural gas pose an environmental hazard to pipeline welds.
    Hydrogen and carbon dioxide in oil and gas, along with sulfides and other chemicals found, can cause embrittlement and corrosion of steel..

$4,000.00 to $12,000.00May 25, 2023Computed Tomography (CT) is a powerful, non-destructive evaluation technique used for producing 2D and 3D cross-sectional images of an object 
Mar 10, 2016The benefits of CT technology for subsea pipelines are: High-resolution tomographic images of the pipeline contents and wall thickness to 1 mm 


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