Nondestructive Testing Handbook, Third Edition: Volume 5, Electromagnetic Testing (eBook)

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The third edition of the NDT Handbook on ET covers the latest developments in electromagnetic testing, with emphasis on digital technologies. Principles of theory, application and instrumentation are presented. Applications chapters for industrial sectors (primary metals, chemical/petroleum, electric power, infrastructure and aerospace) are included. Theoretical chapters explain that all electromagnetic techniques share the same physical principles. This volume is a must-have for Level II and III ET inspectors, inspection and quality personnel, those who evaluate or specify electromagnetic tests, researchers, students, trainers and teachers.

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  • Item Number: 0145-e
  • Published: 2004
  • Pages: 536
  • ISBN: 978-1-57117-285-3

Chapter 1. Introduction to Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Nondestructive Testing
  • Part 2. Management of Electromagnetic Testing
  • Part 3. Units of Measure for Electromagnetic Testing

Chapter 2. History of Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Electromagnetic Theory
  • Part 2. Industrial Development of Electromagnetic Tests

Chapter 3. Principles of Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Introduction to Principles of Electromagnetic Testing
  • Part 2. Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing
  • Part 3. Eddy Current Testing
  • Part 4. Microwave Testing

Chapter 4. Modeling of Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Modeling of Phenomena for Electromagnetic Testing
  • Part 2. Modeling of Homogeneous Conducting Media
  • Part 3. Analytical and Integral Models for Simulating Cracks
  • Part 4. Computer Modeling of Eddy Current Fields

Chapter 5. Probes for Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Introduction to Eddy Current Probes
  • Part 2. Design of Eddy Current Probes
  • Part 3. Hall Effect Detectors
  • Part 4. Probes for Magnetic Flux Leakage
  • Part 5. Eddy Current Imaging with Magnetooptic Sensors

Chapter 6. Eddy Current Instrumentation

  • Part 1. Introduction to Eddy Current Instrumentation
  • Part 2. Eddy Current System Functions
  • Part 3. Demodulation
  • Part 4. Output

Chapter 7. Signal and Image Processing for Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Signal Enhancement
  • Part 2. Signal Classification
  • Part 3. Signal Characterization

Chapter 8. Remote Field Testing

  • Part 1. Background
  • Part 2. System Components
  • Part 3. Detector Signal
  • Part 4. Selection of Remote Field Testing
  • Part 5. Signal Analysis
  • Part 6. Field Operation

Chapter 9. Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing

  • Part 1. Introduction to Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing
  • Part 2. Magnetization Techniques
  • Part 3. Magnetic Flux Leakage Test Results
  • Part 4. Applications of Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing

Chapter 10. Alternating Current Field Measurement

  • Part 1. Introduction to Alternating Current Field Measurement
  • Part 2. Alternating Current Field Measurement Technique
  • Part 3. Alternating Current Field Measurement Accuracy
  • Part 4. Alternating Current Field Measurement Indications

Chapter 11. Reference Standards for Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Introduction to Reference Standards for Electromagnetic Testing
  • Part 2. Types of Reference Standards
  • Part 3. Functions of Reference Standards
  • Part 4. Techniques of Reference Standard Fabrication

Chapter 12. Microwave Testing

  • Part 1. Introduction to Microwave Testing
  • Part 2. Theory of Microwave Testing
  • Part 3. Applications of Microwave Testing

Chapter 13. Electromagnetic Techniques for Material Identification

  • Part 1. Introduction to Electromagnetic Identification of Materials
  • Part 2. Eddy Current Impedance Plane Analysis
  • Part 3. Conductivity Testing
  • Part 4. Hysteresis Loop Characteristics
  • Part 5. Electrical Resistivity Measurements
  • Part 6. Thermoelectric Sorting
  • Part 7. Dielectrometric Techniques for Material Characterization

Chapter 14. Primary Metals Applications of Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Electromagnetic Testing in Primary Metals Industries
  • Part 2. Rotating Probe Testing of Hot Rolled Bars
  • Part 3. Eddy Current Device for Total Surface Testing of Square Billets
  • Part 4. Rotating Machine to Test Hot Steel Rods and Wires
  • Part 5. Seam Testing in Hot Steel Rods
  • Part 6. Online Testing of Hot Metal Products

Chapter 15. Chemical and Petroleum Applications of Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Electromagnetic Testing of Process Tubing and Heat Exchangers
  • Part 2. Electromagnetic Testing of Transmission and Storage Systems
  • Part 3. Electromagnetic Testing of Drill and Coil Pipe
  • Part 4. Eddy Current Testing of Offshore Welds

Chapter 16. Electric Power Applications of Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Introduction to Electromagnetic Testing of Electric Power Components
  • Part 2. Electromagnetic Techniques for Heat Exchanger Tubing
  • Part 3. Eddy Current Detection of Forging Laps in Pressurized Water Reactor Tubing
  • Part 4. Dezincification in Inhibited Admiralty Brass Tubing
  • Part 5. Eddy Current Testing of Ferritic Welds in Nuclear Transfer Casks

Chapter 17. Infrastructure Applications of Electromagnetic Testing

  • Part 1. Eddy Current Detection of Cracks in Steel Bridges
  • Part 2. Applications of Ground Penetrating Radar to Bridge Decks
  • Part 3. Magnetic Flux Leakage Testing of Wire Rope
  • Part 4. Near Field Microwave Testing of Cement Based Materials and Structures

Chapter 18. Aerospace Applications of Eddy Current Testing

  • Part 1. Introduction to Eddy Current Testing of Aircraft
  • Part 2. Eddy Current Tests of Metal and Coating Thickness
  • Part 3. Eddy Current Tests of Metal Conductivity
  • Part 4. Eddy Current Testing of Bolt Holes
  • Part 5. Impedance Plane Analysis of Typical Aerospace Material Tests
  • Part 6. Low Frequency Eddy Current Testing of Aircraft Structure
  • Part 7. Eddy Current Testing of Jet Engines

Chapter 19. Electromagnetic Testing Glossary

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