|Mark Jarratt |
Non-destructive thin coating thickness measurements
Is there a non-destructive method that is capable of measuring coating thickness to an accuracy of less than 1 micron?
(total coating thickness 3 microns)
|Neil Burleigh |
Krautkramer Australia Pty Ltd, Australia, Joined Dec 2002, 153
Re: Non-destructive thin coating thickness measurements : Is there a non-destructive method that is capable of measuring coating thickness to an accuracy of less than 1 micron?
: (total coating thickness 3 microns)
The short answer is Yes.
Before being able to give a more detailed answer one would need to know more about the measurement application.
For example: type of coating and base material, thickness of base, surface roughness of base. Are there any interemdiate coatings?
Hope this helps
SRIBS, China, Joined Apr 2003, 1
Re: Non-destructive thin coating thickness measurements : : Is there a non-destructive method that is capable of measuring coating thickness to an accuracy of less than 1 micron?
: : (total coating thickness 3 microns)
: The short answer is Yes.
: Before being able to give a more detailed answer one would need to know more about the measurement application.
: For example: type of coating and base material, thickness of base, surface roughness of base. Are there any interemdiate coatings?
: Hope this helps
I agree with Neil
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|ps lim |
Re: Digital holography
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he's german..... so the spelling may differ for his journals ( depending on publication.....)
|tarraz hassan |
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|wolfgang bisle |
R & D, Project leader & Group Leader InService Inspect.
Airbus Deutschland GmbH, Germany, Joined Jul 2000, 35
Re: Digital holography You mean Prof. Werner Jüptner, BIAS Bremen
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Yes, this institute is the first address for Digital Holography.
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