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2018 | 133 | 4 | 1045-1048
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Utilization of Electromagnetic Tomography for Ferrite Rings Testing

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Paper presents utilized innovative setup for eddy current tomography and possibility of its utilization in testing oxide materials such as ferrites. Previously reported tests concerned materials with high conductivity which is the most typical usage of eddy current tests. Described tomography setup is designed for testing axisymmetric objects thus typical ferrite ring was selected for exemplary testing. Tests were conducted on ring in original state. Afterwards reference defect was created on element and measurements were repeated. Significant difference between tests results were observed, thus potential for utilization in controlling of ferrite rings manufacturing process was confirmed. Finite element method simulations were applied in order to confirm the measurement results. Calculations were conducted in open-source finite element method software, which solves the Maxwell equations in the A-V form. Modelling results confirm possibility of finite element method-based inverse tomography transformation.
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133
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1045-1048
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2018-04
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