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07:21 Jan-04-2000
Tomás Gómez-Acebo
Krautkramer probe G25 MPN

Has anybody experience with the Krautkramer probe G25 MPN? The nominal frequency is 25 MHz, but I guess it is 20 MHz or a bit less (18.8 MHz). Is it correct?

Thank you,
Tomas Gomez-Acebo
tgacebo@ceit.es


 
08:40 Jan-04-2000

Robert (Rocky) A. Day

Engineering
Milky Way Jewels,
USA,
Joined Nov 1998
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Re: Krautkramer probe G25 MPN ibed in Oppenhiemer and Shapiro (sp?).

- At frequencies above fifty megahertz the temperature of the water can make a difference.

Transducer center frequency is usually specified to within 10% but that spec assumes identical measurement conditions. So a 25% difference under other conditions is not surprising.

Regards,
Robert (Rocky) A. Day
Second Sound

: Has anybody experience with the Krautkramer probe G25 MPN? The nominal frequency is 25 MHz, but I guess it is 20 MHz or a bit less (18.8 MHz). Is it correct?

: Thank you,
: Tomas Gomez-Acebo
: tgacebo@ceit.es




 
00:39 Mar-06-2000
bahia moulti
Krautkramer probe For the magneto acoustic barkhausen testing , i want to purchase a tranducer
with [10-200]khz , someone can help me to find it
thanks



 


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