Encompassing applications of electromagnetic nondestructive evaluation in the aerospace industry and other fields, contributors from ten different countries describe areas such as aging aircraft, nuclear power plants, eddy current modeling, metallic materials characterization, microwave and terahertz techniques, and model based inversion and imaging.
What does EC stand for?
EC stands for Eddy Current
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The range consists of a choice of IP67 rated eddy current probes and an electronics module with both output and visual indication for Go-NoGo distance, set between the probe and the thread.
Eddy Current While traditionally used for fast detection of cracks and flaws in tubes, plates and welds, eddy current applications are now expanding far beyond simple crack detection with the application of eddy current array probes and pulsed eddy current.
A new standard for eddy current testing of automotive components for surface structure and cracks has been introduced by ibg NDT Systems Corporation.
In a few cases, eddy current magnets may also be employed to recover copper, brass and aluminum scrap, "Our distinction regarding C&D systems has to do with the fractioning of the material in two lines, which are 10-inch minus and overs," Sinram says.
Galloo uses air classification and eddy currents for this step.
While the most popular methods of nondestructive testing have been X-ray inspection and ultrasonic testing, eddy current testing is an excellent inspection method to compliment existing testing technology.