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Surface crack detection probability improvement by means of Active Inductive Thermography

Surface crack detection probability improvement by means of Active Inductive Thermography

Nowadays, a large number of industries are interested in new non-destructive techniques which permit the replacement of magnetic particle and dye penetrant inspections. Induction Thermography (IT), used for inspecting metallic materials has the ability to analyse complex geometries, providing excellent surface cracks detection sensitivity. The potential of Finite Element (FEM) simulations software applied to IT is of great utility for the coil design and for modelling the distribution of induced currents and consequently, temperature gradients behaviour. Thus, Flux 3D contributes to analyse the detectability of surface cracks of specimens before lab trials. A critical factor lies with the inspection of complex geometries parts, in which Flux 3D tools allow the proper simplification of the interested area.

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13th National Conference on NDT, Sevilla (Spain)

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