Electromagnetic Testing

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The 19 chapters of this clearly organized text, written by an international group of specialists, cover current techniques and methods with an emphasis on numerical techniques and standardization of measurements and designations (according to the Unified Numbering System). Initial chapters provide an introduction to electromagnetic testing, its history, principles, modeling, and probes. Other chapter topics include eddy current instrumentation, signal and image processing, remote field testing, magnetic flux ...
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2004 Hard cover Illustrated. New. 524 p. Contains: Illustrations. Nondestructive Testing Handbook (3rd Ed.), 5.

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Overview

The 19 chapters of this clearly organized text, written by an international group of specialists, cover current techniques and methods with an emphasis on numerical techniques and standardization of measurements and designations (according to the Unified Numbering System). Initial chapters provide an introduction to electromagnetic testing, its history, principles, modeling, and probes. Other chapter topics include eddy current instrumentation, signal and image processing, remote field testing, magnetic flux leakage testing, microwave testing, primary metals applications, and aerospace applications of eddy current testing. The text is well illustrated with numerous diagrams and some b&w photos. A glossary is included. Upda teaches at Michigan State U. in East Lansing; Moore is with the American Society for Nondestructive Testing. Annotation © 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to Electromagnetic Testing 1
Part 1. Nondestructive Testing 2
Part 2. Management of Electromagnetic Testing 13
Part 3. Units of Measure for Electromagnetic Testing 22
Chapter 2. History of Electromagnetic Testing 27
Part 1. Electromagnetic Theory 28
Part 2. Industrial Development of Electromagnetic Tests 34
Chapter 3. Principles of Electromagnetic Testing 45
Part 1. Introduction to Principles of Electromagnetic Testing 46
Part 2. Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing 47
Part 3. Eddy Current Testing 51
Part 4. Microwave Testing 56
Chapter 4. Modeling of Electromagnetic Testing 61
Part 1. Modeling of Phenomena for Electromagnetic Testing 62
Part 2. Modeling of Homogeneous Conducting Media 65
Part 3. Analytical and Integral Models for Simulating Cracks 74
Part 4. Computer Modeling of Eddy Current Fields 93
Chapter 5. Probes for Electromagnetic Testing 127
Part 1. Introduction to Eddy Current Probes 128
Part 2. Design of Eddy Current Probes 132
Part 3. Hall Effect Detectors 152
Part 4. Probes for Magnetic Flux Leakage 157
Part 5. Eddy Current Imaging with Magnetooptic Sensors 160
Chapter 6. Eddy Current Instrumentation 171
Part 1. Introduction to Eddy Current Instrumentation 172
Part 2. Eddy Current System Functions 175
Part 3. Demodulation 180
Part 4. Output 186
Chapter 7. Signal and Image Processing for Electromagnetic Testing 189
Part 1. Signal Enhancement 190
Part 2. Signal Classification 195
Part 3. Signal Characterization 201
Chapter 8. Remote Field Testing 207
Part 1. Background 208
Part 2. System Components 209
Part 3. Detector Signal 211
Part 4. Selection of Remote Field Testing 215
Part 5. Signal Analysis 217
Part 6. Field Operation 224
Chapter 9. Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing 227
Part 1. Introduction to Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing 228
Part 2. Magnetization Techniques 230
Part 3. Magnetic Flux Leakage Test Results 235
Part 4. Applications of Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing 239
Chapter 10. Alternating Current Field Measurement 247
Part 1. Introduction to Alternating Current Field Measurement 248
Part 2. Alternating Current Field Measurement Technique 250
Part 3. Alternating Current Field Measurement Accuracy 260
Part 4. Alternating Current Field Measurement Indications 265
Chapter 11. Reference Standards for Electromagnetic Testing 269
Part 1. Introduction to Reference Standards for Electromagnetic Testing 270
Part 2. Types of Reference Standards 273
Part 3. Functions of Reference Standards 276
Part 4. Techniques of Reference Standard Fabrication 279
Chapter 12. Microwave Testing 285
Part 1. Introduction to Microwave Testing 286
Part 2. Theory of Microwave Testing 288
Part 3. Applications of Microwave Testing 302
Chapter 13. Electromagnetic Techniques for Material Identification 321
Part 1. Introduction to Electromagnetic Identification of Materials 322
Part 2. Eddy Current Impedance Plane Analysis 323
Part 3. Conductivity Testing 329
Part 4. Hysteresis Loop Characteristics 337
Part 5. Electrical Resistivity Measurements 342
Part 6. Thermoelectric Sorting 344
Part 7. Dielectrometric Techniques for Material Characterization 346
Chapter 14. Primary Metals Applications of Electromagnetic Testing 353
Part 1. Electromagnetic Testing in Primary Metals Industries 354
Part 2. Rotating Probe Testing of Hot Rolled Bars 356
Part 3. Eddy Current Device for Total Surface Testing of Square Billets 360
Part 4. Rotating Machine to Test Hot Steel Rods and Wires 364
Part 5. Seam Testing in Hot Steel Rods 369
Part 6. Online Testing of Hot Metal Products 373
Chapter 15. Chemical and Petroleum Applications of Electromagnetic Testing 381
Part 1. Electromagnetic Testing of Process Tubing and Heat Exchangers 382
Part 2. Electromagnetic Testing of Transmission and Storage Systems 386
Part 3. Electromagnetic Testing of Drill and Coil Pipe 390
Part 4. Eddy Current Testing of Offshore Welds 396
Chapter 16. Electric Power Applications of Electromagnetic Testing 401
Part 1. Introduction to Electromagnetic Testing of Electric Power Components 402
Part 2. Electromagnetic Techniques for Heat Exchanger Tubing 405
Part 3. Eddy Current Detection of Forging Laps in Pressurized Water Reactor Tubing 411
Part 4. Dezincification in Inhibited Admiralty Brass Tubing 413
Part 5. Eddy Current Testing of Ferritic Welds in Nuclear Transfer Casks 418
Chapter 17. Infrastructure Applications of Electromagnetic Testing 423
Part 1. Eddy Current Detection of Cracks in Steel Bridges 424
Part 2. Applications of Ground Penetrating Radar to Bridge Decks 430
Part 3. Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing of Wire Rope 437
Part 4. Near Field Microwave Testing of Cement Based Materials and Structures 451
Chapter 18. Aerospace Applications of Eddy Current Testing 457
Part 1. Introduction to Eddy Current Testing of Aircraft 458
Part 2. Eddy Current Tests of Metal and Coating Thickness 459
Part 3. Eddy Current Tests of Metal Conductivity 463
Part 4. Eddy Current Testing of Bolt Holes 468
Part 5. Impedance Plane Analysis of Typical Aerospace Material Tests 472
Part 6. Low Frequency Eddy Current Testing of Aircraft Structure 481
Part 7. Eddy Current Testing of Jet Engines 486
Chapter 19. Electromagnetic Testing Glossary 497
Index 511
Figure Sources 524
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