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Corrosion Data Management Programs


T-Base N1

Produces a color-highlighted report in text form that compares ultrasonic thickness data taken during periodic inspections. Based on the data from prior surveys, T-Base N1 automatically predicts the approximate data that minimum allowable thicknesses will be reached. Previous inspection data can be transferred directly from T-Base N1 into Quantum QFT-2 or NOVA Eclipse TG-2. After inspection, the new data can be transferred back into T-Base. Manual "keyboard" data entries can also be made.



T-Base N2

In addition to the features described for T-Base N1, this program adds the ability to display and output graphic presentations of the data to a color plotter. Thickness data from up to five previous inspections can be plotted for each inspection route (up to 500 locations). Nominal or starting base-line data and minimum allowable thicknesses are plotted on a graph along with the inspection data. The graphic presentation is highly useful in revealing local trends long before they reach levels of concern. Along with the data presented in color-coded text form, the graphic plots add another dimension to the usefulness of the hard-copy reports.



T-Base G

This versatile program automatically interfaces with a variety of CAD drawing programs. When interfaced with T-Base G, the CAD programs enable the user to identify thickness gaging location points, their identification and thickness data taken at those locations and enter this information directly onto the CAD-generated drawings. Previously generated CAD drawings can be routed into T-Base G, eliminating the need to produce duplicate drawings specifically for T-Base. The drawings can be saved to disk and later recovered for adding data from subsequent thickness surveys. All features of T-Base N1 and T-Base N2 are also included.



T-Base PM

This extremely powerful program includes all the features described for T-Base N1, T-Base N2, and T-Base G. In addition, a variety of common engineering code formulas and tables are embedded within T-BasePM. Minimum allowable thickness calculations are produced automatically. The user enters the design pressure for the component and all other parameters needed for insertion into the formulas are automatically entered from the tables published within the applicable codes. The appropriate tables are easily found as are the tabulated values of each parameter. Once located and highlighted, these values are automatically entered into the formulas and the calculation for minimum allowable thickness is instantly completed. In all the various reports produced by T-Base PM, the formulas, parameters, and calculations are displayed and printed.