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6. Specimen (SS400 steel) Flaw depth d (mm) 4 ●○ training evaluation 3 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 Flaw width w (mm) 4 Fig. 7. Widths and depths of prepared parallelepiped flaws 21 22 M. Abe, S. Biwa, and E. Matsumoto X-Y stage Magnetizing yoke Control Specimen GP-IB A/D converter AMI sensor Fig. 8. Experimental system Figure 8 shows the schematic diagram of the experimental system. ) whose magnetic core has 25 mm square cross section and 140 mm distance poles. 6 T magnetic flux density is induced in the cross section of the specimen far from the flaw.

The specimen is magnetized by the magnetizing yoke. Distance between each magnetic pole is 115 mm. The material of magnetic core is silicon steel whose relative permeability is 20000. The specimen material is SS400 steel whose B-H curve is shown in figure 19. The length and the thickness of the specimen are 250 mm and 5 mm, respectively. And the specimen has an oblique flaw on the center of the specimen surface. 500 Infinite boundary element Vacuum area Magnetizing yoke 165 15 115 25 Exciting coil 300 Specimen Fig.

IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing 5(5), 536–547 (2006) Application of Laser-Ultrasound to Non-contact Temperature Sensing of Heated Materials I. Ihara, M. Takahashi, and H. Yamada Nagaoka University of Technology, Nagaoka, Japan Abstract. In this paper we present a new non-contact method with a laser ultrasonic technique for measuring both surface and internal temperature distributions of a heated material. The principle of the temperature measurement is based on temperature dependence of the velocity of the surface acoustic wave (SAW) or longitudinal wave (LW) propagating through a material.

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