Published: Jan 1953
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As X-rays and gamma rays have penetration ranges of approximately 150 mm in steel, they cannot be used for the detection of flaws in greater thicknesses, which are frequently encountered in heavy forgings.
ProfessorScientific Director, Ecole Centrale des Arts-et-ManufacturesSchneider Establishments, Paris,