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NDT.net Issue - 2016-05 - Articles
NDT.net Issue: 2016-05
Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
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Development of NDT Based Electronic System for measurement of ultrasonic Parameter of Coal Sample

Dipalee. M. Kate, N.K. Choudhari2, Archana. R. Choudhari
Department of Electronics and Communication; Bhagwati College of Engineering2, Nagpur, India

Abstract: Coal is a complex resource and usually it varies within the same deposit. As far as applications are concerned the properties of coal are required to be checked. Acceptable and well-known methods are ingrained and these are widely used in laboratories worldwide. Amongst the techniques used the most commonly use technique is non-destructive technique (NDT) for detecting component and flaw characterization. Other than the flaw characteristics, parameter which is equally important to assess the structural integrity of engineering components is the material property. Researchers all over the world are working on extensive study to characterize, both microstructural and mechanical properties of materials by ultrasonic testing. This paper highlights the ultrasonic testing parameters useful for material characterization studies. In this paper we have presented our electronic system that has been developed for the measurement of velocity and attenuation of ultrasonic signal through coal sample which helps in characterization of coal.


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