Long-range guided wave inspection of structures using the magnetostrictive sensor

  • Kwun H
  • Kim S
  • Light G
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Long-range guided wave inspection is a new emerging technology for rapidly and globally inspecting a large area of a structure from a single test location. This paper describes a general overview of the guided wave properties and its application for long-range inspection of structures, the principle and instrument system for a guided wave inspection technology called " magnetostrictive sensor (MsS) " that generates and detects guided waves electromagnetically in the material under testing, and examples of long-range guided wave inspection of structures that can be accomplished using the MsS.

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  • H Kwun

  • Sy Kim

  • Gm Light

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