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Distinction of Alloy Steels by Means of the Closely Coupled Probes Potential Drop Technique

F. Takeo
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Hachinohe College of Technology, Hachinohe 039-1192, Japan
M. Saka
Department of Mechanical Engineering,Tohoku University, Sendai 980-8579, Japan
T. Sagae
Structure Improvement Department Corporate Planning Division,Aichi Steel Works, Ltd., Tokai 476-8666, Japan
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ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

THE WAY OF MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY BY THE CCPPD TECHNIQUE

EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

CONCLUSIONS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

REFERENCES

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  3. Saka M., Hirota D., Abé H. and Komura I., NDE of a 3-D Surface Crack Using Closely Coupled Probes for DCPD Technique, Trans. ASME, J. Pressure Vessel Technology, Vol. 120, 1998, pp. 374-378.

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