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Autori: Preda, G.; Cranganu-Cretu, B.; Hantila, F.I.; Mihalache, O.; Zhenmao Chen; Miya, K.
Editorial: IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 38, p.1241-1244, 2002.
Pulse eddy currents are proposed as a nondestructive testing (NDT) technique to detect flaws in conductive structures with large thickness. The harmonic component of a pulse is rich, so that the pick-up signal containing the amount of information corresponds to a multifrequency analysis. Due to the short time length of the pulse, the amplitude of the excitation increases up to 100 times of the amplitude for an AC signal. Both direct simulation of pulse eddy-currents phenomena using an A-φ FEM-BEM code and neural network-based inversion techniques are performed. Numerical results for the inversion of signals due to outer defects are shown
Cuvinte cheie: IEEE, Magnetics