Electrical and magnetic methods of non destructive testing, 2nd ed 1997 (2nd Ed., 2nd ed. 1997. Softcover reprint of the original 2nd ed. 1997)
Non-Destructive Evaluation Series, Vol. 3

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Electrical and magnetic methods of non destructive testing, 2nd ed 1997
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This fully revised and thoroughly updated new edition of Electrical and Magnetic Methods of Non-destructive Testing provides a comprehensive account of the subject. The requirements for non-destructive testing are debated along with the criteria for the choice of a given method. This is followed by a summary of the general theory relating to electrical and magnetic testing techniques and a discussion of specific methods. New features of this edition include: * coverage of recent developments in magnetic methods of testing, such as SQUID magnetometry and Barkhausen emission testing * a new chapter exploring the latest developments in eddy current testing such as improvements in probe design, the use of neural networks and defect imaging, especially with the use of magneto-optic method (MOI) * a more detailed discussion of RADAR and potential drop methods of testing, especially of concrete structures Electrical and Magnetic Methods of Non-destructive Testing will be of great value to any engineer, scientist or postgraduate student working in this field.
Preface. Introduction. Fundamental theory. Magnetic methods. Eddy currents: principles. Eddy current methods. More advanced eddy current testing methods. Microwave methods of testing. Miscellaneous methods. Appendix. References.
This fully revised and thoroughly updated new edition provides a comprehensive account of the subject. The requirements for non-destructive testing are debated along with the criteria for the choice of a given method. This is followed by a summary of the general theory relating to electrical and magnetic testing techniques and a discussion of specific methods. New features of this edition include : coverage of recent developments in magnetic methods of testing, such as SQUID magnetometry and Barkhausen emission testing , a new chapter exploring the latest developments in eddy current testing such as improvements in probe design, the use of neural networks and defect imaging, especially with the use of magneto-optic method (MOI) , a more detailed discussion of RADAR and potential drop meth