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Patrick
Patrick
00:15 Aug-18-2001
Surface roughness

Dear collegues,

I am trying to do surface roughness characterization with eddy current probe. Can you advise me about one method that can do this.

Thanking you in advance

Patrick



 
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Richard D. Finlayson
Director, Operations
Princeton Instruments, USA, Joined Jun 2000, 8

Richard D. Finlayson

Director, Operations
Princeton Instruments,
USA,
Joined Jun 2000
8
02:11 Aug-22-2001
Re: Surface roughness
: Dear collegues,
.
: I am trying to do surface roughness characterization with eddy current probe. Can you advise me about one method that can do this.
.
: Thanking you in advance
.
: Patrick
.

Patrick,
We have developed a system using stress waves that can differentiate between different roughness levels. If you can contact me I can discuss the system further.
Richard



 
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Dr. Patel
R & D, Consultant to Universities/Industries
Fallon Ultrasonics/McMaster University, Canada, Joined May 2001, 20

Dr. Patel

R & D, Consultant to Universities/Industries
Fallon Ultrasonics/McMaster University,
Canada,
Joined May 2001
20
01:54 Aug-24-2001
Re: Surface roughness
: Dear collegues,
.
: I am trying to do surface roughness characterization with eddy current probe. Can you advise me about one method that can do this.
.
: Thanking you in advance
.
: Patrick

We have developed and used ultrasonic system to measure surface roughness on plates and parts during turning. The system also can measure parts thicknesses in micron accuracy and also measures surface integrity and stresses. If you are interested please contact us at above email.

Regards

Dr. Patel
.



 
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