NDT.net - January 1999, Vol.4 No.1

Improvement of the Reliability of Fatigue Crack Detection on Holes of Typical Aircraft Structures by using Multi-Frequency EC-Technique

Dieter Schiller, Theodor Meier
Airbus Industrie, Germany, Bremen
Daniel Bical
Airbus Industrie, France, Toulouse
Corresponding Author Contact:
Email: wolfgang.bisle@airbus.dasa.de

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Presented at: 1998 ATA NDT FORUM NDT & "The Human Element"
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA September 27 - October 1, 1998


Abstract

Introduction

Bore hole inspection - State of the art

Technique with more evaluation possibilities

Application of bore hole inspection on real structure on site

Determination of the crack length

Conclusion

References

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  2. Ross, C., Güttinger, T. W. Improving the Effectiveness of Rotary Eddy Current Testing, 1994 ATA NDT Forum, Albuquerque NM, USA
  3. Schiller, D., Speckmann, H., Schur, F. Bore hole Inspection with Rotating EC-Probes, 1996 ATA NDT Forum, Seattle, Washington, USA
  4. Scheer, G., Hanemann, P., Kelb, W. Qualitätssicherung an rotationssymmetrischen Prüfoberflächen mit der Wirbelstrom-C-Scan-Technik, Tagungsband der DACH Jahrestagung 1996, Lindau, Germany
  5. Scheer, G., Tober, G., Meier, T. Rissanalyse an Flugzeugstrukturen mittels Wirbelstrom-Mehrfrequenztechnik, Tagungsband der DGZfP Jahrestagung 1997, Dresden, Germany
  6. Schiller, D., Meier, T., Scheer, G. Detection and Analysis of Fatigue Cracks on Holes of Typical Aircraft Structures by Means of Multifrequency Eddy Current Inspection, 1997 ATA NDT Forum, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
  7. Scheer, G., Meier, T., Schiller, D. Analysis of Multifrequency Eddy Current Signals from Fatigue Cracks in Typical Aircraft Structures, 7th ECNDT 1998, Kopenhagen, Denmark
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