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  • Eddy Current Testing
    Eddy current, penetrating radar and other electromagnetic techniques used to detect or measure flaws, bond or weld integrity, thickness, electrical conductivity, detect the presence of rebar or metals. The eddy current method is the most widely applied electromagnetic NDT technique. The eddy
  • Force Measurement With Capacitive and Eddy-Current Sensors
    Force is often measured as a deflection of an object of known stiffness. Noncontact methods are ideal for measuring the force-related deflection as they do not load the object with additional mass or affect its stiffness. These noncontact sensors are very precise and are best used in applications
  • Electromagnetic NDT Testing
    Eddy current, ground penetrating radar (GPR), and other electromagnetic NDT testing techniques used to detect or measure flaws, bond or weld integrity, thickness, electrical conductivity, detect the presence of rebar or metals. The eddy current method is the most widely applied electromagnetic NDT
  • Innovative Methodology to Monitor the Condition of Aged Pipelines in Petrochemical Plants
    One of the major problems in older petrochemical plants is the condition of aged pipelines. A project is under development to use thermal infrared imagery, combined with eddy current methods and integrated with risk analysis procedures, to monitor such condition. The project has a tremendous
  • WHITFORD TEST METHOD 114A:MEASUREMENT OF DRY FILM THICKNESS USING AN ELECTRONIC GAUGE
    This procedure is used to measure the dry film thickness of coatings applied to magnetic or non-magnetic metal substrates using a magnetic induction or eddy current type electronic gauge, respectively.
  • Nondestructive Testing of Nonferrous Tubes, In Particular Copper Tubes
    on the products. These requirements can be met using nondestructive testing methods. Nondestructive testing, in particular eddy-current testing as one of these methods, has long proven its worth for in-process testing of these products. Tubes made of copper are particularly important in this respect, both
  • Microwave Nondestructive Testing of Composite Materials using Free-Space Microwave Measurement Techniques
    Microwave Nondestructive Testing (MNDT) techniques have advantages over other NDT methods (such as radiography, ultrasonics, and eddy current) regarding low cost, good penetration in nonmetallic materials, good resolution and contactless feature of the microwave sensor (antenna). For MNDT
  • Depth Profile of Wear Resistance in Hard Anodic Coatings
    to and after every 10,000 revolutions in accordance with ASTM B 244 using a calibrated Eddy-Current instrument. A total of 100,000 revolutions were performed on each side of the coupons. The average coating thickness reduction of four sides on two coupons were reported with a standard deviation less than

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