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Huang and Zhao introduce basic principles of magnetic flux leakage detection, its use to identify and quantify defects in products and components, and its implementation techniques.
Principle of Magnetic Flux Leakage. A steel specimen that is magnetized has a magnetic field in and around itself, and any place where a magnetic line of force exits or enters the specimen is called a pole.
At the same time, new combined feature vector is put forward, which is used to closely approach the nonlinear relationship of magnetic flux leakage signal and danger level through SVM.
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).
The ILI runs included the KALIPER[R] 360 tool, which provides geometry inspection; and gas magnetic flux leakage (GMFL) technology, responsible for identifying corrosion and pitting.
In the mid-1960s, Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) was one of the earliest inspection offerings, providing operators with previously unavailable corrosion detection.
On one hand, the magnetic flux leakage in the region A (from coil upside to magnet yoke) as shown in Figure 8 increases with the increase of pole length, which decreases the magnetic resistance of the whole magnetic circuit.
The applications of magnetic flux leakage (MFL) method and suitable sensors are used to give an electrical signal at the leakage site.
By 1992 the company had manufactured its own magnetic flux leakage (MFL) floor scanner used to detect under-floor corrosion in large petrochemical storage tanks.
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.