Use of a Chirp Waveform in Pulsed Eddy Current Crack Detection Beissner, R. Fisher, J. 2018-02-14T02:40:59.000 2020-06-30T06:32:42Z 2020-06-30T06:32:42Z Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 UTC 1987 1987
dc.description.abstract <p>When an electrical conductor containing a surface-breaking crack is subjected to a short pulse of electromagnetic radiation, the reflected field contains transient features related to the depth of the crack. This has been demonstrated in both theoretical calculations [1] and in experiments [2,3] on shallow (0.13 mm to 1.3 mm) slots in a low conductivity titanium alloy. Specifically, these results show that the peak crack signal is delayed in time by an amount proportional to the square of the crack depth, and that the signal decay times also increase with increasing depth.</p>
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dc.title Use of a Chirp Waveform in Pulsed Eddy Current Crack Detection
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