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Quantifying the Relative Thickness of Conductive Ferromagnetic Materials Using Detector Coil-Based Pulsed Eddy Current Sensors

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10.3791/59618-v

January 16th, 2020

January 16th, 2020

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1Melbourne School of Engineering, University of Melbourne, 2Center for Autonomous Systems, University of Technology Sydney

Here, we present a protocol to quantify the relative thickness (i.e., thickness as a percentage with respect to a reference) of conductive ferromagnetic materials using detector coil-based pulsed eddy current sensors, while overcoming the calibration requirement.

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Pulsed Eddy Current Sensing

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