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MFLMagnetic Flux Leakage
MFLModern Foreign Language
MFLMy Fair Lady (play and movie)
MFLMidwest Fight League
MFLMedium Flood (stage lighting)
MFLMinimum Flows and Levels (ground water)
MFLMyfantasyleague.com (fantasy football management)
MFLManitoba Federation of Labour
MFLMaximum Foreseeable Loss (insurance, especially property)
MFLMagazines for Libraries (Serials Solutions)
MFLMyfunlife
MFLMarket Frankford Line (Philadelphia subway)
MFLManaged Forest Land
MFLMy Forever Love
MFLMarudai Food Co., Ltd. (Japan)
MFLMiami-Ft. Lauderdale (Florida)
MFLMovimento Fascismo e Libertà (Italian neo-fascist party)
MFLMovimento Fascismo e Libertà
MFLMicrosystems Fabrication Laboratory (US NASA)
MFLMulti-Family Lending (Washington Mutual)
MFLMale Flare (air conditioning fittings and adapters)
MFLMuch Family Love
MFLMadden Football League (gaming)
MFLMaintenance Fault List
MFLMaster Force List (JDS)
MFLMinimum Frame Length
MFLMarine Forces Atlantic (formerly MARFORLANT)
MFLMultiple-Folded Laser
MFLMine for Life
MFLMajor Force List (JOPS)
MFLMagnetic Force Line
MFLMaintain Flight Level
MFLMissile Fault Locator (Titan II system)
MFLMain Frame Linux (Linux image executing on an IBM Enterprise Server Mainframe)
MFLMaggot for Life
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7) Subject: Magnetic Flux Leakage (Mfl) At Fort Randall Dam
The first "intelligent" pig was introduced in the mid-1960s in the US to measure metal loss in a carbon steel pipe using magnetic flux leakage (MFL).
Non-destructive testing equipment specialist Silverwing UK has chosen the rugged JLT fixed-mount PC for its FloormapVS2i advanced oil and petrochemical storage tank inspection device that detects corrosion using magnetic flux leakage (MFL).
The most common pipeline inspection method, magnetic flux leakage (MFL), uses high magnetic fields to detect corrosion.
The BJ Vectra metal loss inspection tool combines three unique features with existing magnetic flux leakage techniques: three-axis flux leakage measurement, which significantly improves defect sizing and characterization; active speed control/product bypass, which allows the tools to operate at full production rate with improved data quality; and on-board inertial mapping for accurate defect location using GPS.
The platforms include Deformation (DEF), Axial magnetic flux leakage (MFL), SpirALL MFL (SMFL), Low Field MFL (LFM) and XYZ Mapping.
One of the most commonly employed technologies susceptible to velocity fluctuation is magnetic flux leakage (MFL) for metal loss inspection, which has an optimal velocity range of 4-7 mph--or 1.
The magnetic flux leakage technology was originally invented by British Gas on the site of what is now GE's Cramlington base.
In a first-of-a-kind test program, the two Texas utilities and researchers involved in adapting magnetic flux leakage (MFL) technology for the inspection of 'live' natural gas distribution mains demonstrated the ability of a prototype system to travel 800 feet in a four-inch-diameter gas line, store data, and locate defects in the pipe.
The operation is based on their method of recording a magnetic flux leakage (MFL) and ultrasonic two methods: a direct input of the ultrasonic beam (WM) and the ultrasonic beam entering an inclined (CD).
Baker Hughes has broadened its pipeline service portfolio to include circumferential magnetic flux leakage (MFL) inspection technology, which enables pipeline operators to identify anomalies in pipeline long seams and more effectively manage the risk associated with cracks in long seam welds and the overall integrity of their pipeline assets.