Rotating Field Eddy Current Probe for Characterization of Cracking in Non-Magnetic Tubing
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Bipolar probe responses are typically seen using dual bobbin probes on volumetric tube defects, such as pitting and wastage. The phase angle of this response generally has a consistent relationship to the defect depth, is easily identified and measured, and is used extensively for estimating volumetric defect depths.