Heavy rail / Urban light rail

Residual stress analysis by x-ray diffraction

Quantifying the residual stresses of a component on the client’s premises using a portable diffraction system to prevent the occurrence of failures.

Objectives

Assess residual stresses for both new and used parts:

  • Validate repair methods based on welding
  • Qualify products
  • Characterize finishing treatment, stress relieving treatment, etc.
  • Monitor constraints in revenue service
  • Quantify residual austenite formed during poorly controlled heat treatments that can cause component breakages (bearings, springs)

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X-RAYBOT: Portable system used for in situ measurements

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ALSTOM
SNCF
VNF
IBRE
CAF
BONATRANS
ROLANFER

Norms

- EN 15305 -

Non-destructive testing - Test method for residual stress analysis by X-ray diffraction

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