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BOUAZIZ Kais
BOUAZIZ Kais
06:29 Jan-07-2004
Magnetic particle testing


Hi,

My question is if we can detect the near-surface defects by magnetizing by yokes, if it is possible, what is the maximum thikness that we can controle.
The difference between the yoke magnetizing technic and the universal bunchs


 
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Bruce Owen
Sales, Manufacturing
Lectromax Australia Pty Ltd, Australia, Joined Aug 2001, 2

Bruce Owen

Sales, Manufacturing
Lectromax Australia Pty Ltd,
Australia,
Joined Aug 2001
2
02:46 Jan-07-2004
Re: Magnetic particle testing
Hi Kais,
Before i attempt to give you an answer, what exactly do you mean "what is the maximum thickness that we can control" also, "the universal bunchs".
regards, Bruce.


 
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BOUAZIZ KAIS
BOUAZIZ KAIS
09:15 Jan-08-2004
Re:Re: Magnetic particle testing
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hi Kais,
: Before i attempt to give you an answer, what exactly do you mean "what is the maximum thickness that we can control" also, "the universal bunchs".
: regards, Bruce.
------------ End Original Message ------------


"the maximum thickness" is the mesurement of the penetration of the magnetic fields in the part that we test,and "Universal bunchs" is the "direct contact magnetization through Head/Tailstock".
Best regards
Kais BOUAZIZ.



 
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swapnil anjikar
swapnil anjikar
02:38 Sep-01-2004
Re: want a problem on Magnetic particle testing
respected sir
i am the student , studing in master degree in advanced manufacturing process , i am intrested in magnetic partical ins. tech . i done lots of litrature survy in this tech, i want a project in this tech. for my fullfillment of master degree . so pls help me , pls suggest me the problem in this tech. so i concentrate on that . took as my project
yous faithfully
swapnil d anjikar


 
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