A Model of Eddy-Current Probes with Ferrite Cores

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1983
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Sabbagh, Harold
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The classical work of Dodd and his coworkers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory deals with the analysis, design and optimization of eddy-current probe coils wound around an air core. Many applications, however, require that the magnetic field produced by the probe coil be “shaped” or confined to certain regions of space, especially at higher frequencies, and this necessitates the use of highly permeable core materials, such as ferrites.

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