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Chris Boyd
Chris Boyd
00:52 Mar-07-2008
MRI on composites

I have been tasked to find an article or any information regarding Magnetic Resonance Imagery on composites, specifically focused on defect measurement. I have been trawling through google results for a while and cant seem to find anything relevant. If anyone out there can help or even give me a bit of advice it would really be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Chris Boyd


    
 
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Godfrey Hands
Consultant,
PRI Nadcap, United Kingdom, Joined Nov 1998, 302

Godfrey Hands

Consultant,
PRI Nadcap,
United Kingdom,
Joined Nov 1998
302
09:53 Mar-07-2008
Re: MRI on composites
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: I have been tasked to find an article or any information regarding Magnetic Resonance Imagery on composites, specifically focused on defect measurement. I have been trawling through google results for a while and cant seem to find anything relevant. If anyone out there can help or even give me a bit of advice it would really be appreciated.
: Thanks in advance,
: Chris Boyd
------------ End Original Message ------------

Chris,
Is this a misunderstanding of terminology?
There are several "RESONANCE" applications within Composite inspection, but I have not come across MRI as a technique on composites. Could however be some applications there, so I would be interested if there are.

Godfrey Hands




    
 
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Simon Amallraja
Simon Amallraja
07:05 Mar-07-2008
Re: MRI on composites
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: : I have been tasked to find an article or any information regarding Magnetic Resonance Imagery on composites, specifically focused on defect measurement. I have been trawling through google results for a while and cant seem to find anything relevant. If anyone out there can help or even give me a bit of advice it would really be appreciated.
: : Thanks in advance,
: : Chris Boyd
: Chris,
: Is this a misunderstanding of terminology?
: There are several "RESONANCE" applications within Composite inspection, but I have not come across MRI as a technique on composites. Could however be some applications there, so I would be interested if there are.
: Godfrey Hands
------------ End Original Message ------------

I think QNET, GmbH has One Side Access Magnetic Resonance Method Instrument for attenuating materials. Not specifically for Composites. Check up with them. www.qnet.com.

Simon Amallraja


    
 
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Chris Boyd
Chris Boyd
03:48 Mar-09-2008
Re: MRI on composites
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: : : I have been tasked to find an article or any information regarding Magnetic Resonance Imagery on composites, specifically focused on defect measurement. I have been trawling through google results for a while and cant seem to find anything relevant. If anyone out there can help or even give me a bit of advice it would really be appreciated.
: : : Thanks in advance,
: : : Chris Boyd
: : Chris,
: : Is this a misunderstanding of terminology?
: : There are several "RESONANCE" applications within Composite inspection, but I have not come across MRI as a technique on composites. Could however be some applications there, so I would be interested if there are.
: : Godfrey Hands
: I think QNET, GmbH has One Side Access Magnetic Resonance Method Instrument for attenuating materials. Not specifically for Composites. Check up with them. www.qnet.com.
: Simon Amallraja
------------ End Original Message ------------

Thanks to Godfrey andSimon for your help. It sounds like relatively new technology and I'm only new to the game myself. I think that they're pulling the plug on it anyway.
Thank you for your help again.
Chris.



    
 
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David Forsyth
R & D
TRI/Austin, USA, Joined Nov 2001, 41

David Forsyth

R & D
TRI/Austin,
USA,
Joined Nov 2001
41
09:36 Mar-11-2008
Re: MRI on composites
A few years ago, the University of New Brunswick (Canada) did some work using real MRI equipment on composite aircraft structure, go the this URL
http://www.unb.ca/fredericton/science/physics/mri/

And scroll down to year 2005. I do not know if this is still being funded.

Dave.


    
 
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