3-D Eddy Current Nondestructive Testing Modeling for Surface Flaws

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1987
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Grimberg, R.
Mayos, M.
Nicolas, A.
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Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation
Center for Nondestructive Evaluation

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In eddy current non-destructive testing, numerical models have been used for a long time to optimize the method. Those models solve Maxwell’s equations and compute the coil impedance. Many 2-D programs have been realized: for axisymmetrical geometries, with axisymmetrical or very small flaws, to model tube sheets of a steam generator or wires; for an E-shape sensor which generates a one dimensional field to scan a plane surface.

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