Converting Clock Positions to Degrees for Pipe Inspection

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Learning Event: Webinar
Original air date: 18 January 2023
Duration: 1 hour
Contact Hours: 1
IACET CEUs: N/A
Valid for ASNT Level III recertification: No
Pricing:

  • Members: Free!
  • Nonmembers: $79

Pipe inspection, specifically in-line inspection (ILI) validation work, requires an understanding of how to locate and mark a part with the area where the tool data indicates an anomaly. In direct assessment of an anomaly, the location of what is found must also be determined and reported.

Depending on the ILI tool type and vendor, the circumferential location of a call may be given in a clock position or degrees and may need to be converted. This presentation will explain the basis for conversion between clock, degrees, and physical measurement, and how Microsoft Excel® quantifies clock as a value, which is then used to formulate the desired conversions.


 Enjoying a pre-NDE storied life as a US Marine/musician/computer tech-engineer/technical sales director, Jeff Browning has enjoyed serving O&G customers with what he likes to call The Browning Difference for the past 15 years. An ASNT UT Level III, Jeff began his NDE career in Downstream, then moved to Midstream, and now serves many industries as an instructor, SME, and accomplished technician. Jeff has served on API committees, volunteered to write technician guides, and enjoys all tasks of the NDE Level III, but insists he is a “working Level III” and regularly works as a field technician.


Questions? Contact the Education Department at education@asnt.org