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Lamura
Lamura
09:37 Aug-10-2005
edge effects

I'm interesting in the problem of modelling the variation of the impedance of a probing coil when the sample placed in front of it (at a generic lift-off distance h) has the same dimensions of the coil. do you know any pubblication on this subject. Could anyone help me?


 
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Changqing Lee
Changqing Lee
04:47 Nov-20-2005
Re: edge effects
This is a common problem in Eddy current testing. One of the general way to model this problem is to use finite element method. A 2D axial simulation or a 3D simulation is doable now for this problem.

If you want to obtain theoretical solution, (like an integral solution for a coil over an infinite plate) for this problem, it is very challenging. Up to now, I dont think any publications on this project are available for the edge effects.

People normally are trying to avoid it. If a coil with a magnetic shielding, the edge effect can be minimized.

Hope this helps.
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: I'm interesting in the problem of modelling the variation of the impedance of a probing coil when the sample placed in front of it (at a generic lift-off distance h) has the same dimensions of the coil. do you know any pubblication on this subject. Could anyone help me?
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fds
fds
00:34 Oct-01-2006
Re: edge effects
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: I'm interesting in the problem of modelling the variation of the impedance of a probing coil when the sample placed in front of it (at a generic lift-off distance h) has the same dimensions of the coil. do you know any pubblication on this subject. Could anyone help me?
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