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Fast Magnetic Flux Leakage Signal Inversion for the Reconstruction of Arbitrary Defect Profiles in Steel Using Finite Elements

Robin H Priewald, Christian Magele, Paul Ledger, Neil R Pearson, John Mason

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Volume: 49, Issue: 1, Pages: 506 - 516

Swansea University Authors: Paul Ledger, John Mason

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ISSN: 0018-9464 1941-0069
Published: 2013
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title Fast Magnetic Flux Leakage Signal Inversion for the Reconstruction of Arbitrary Defect Profiles in Steel Using Finite Elements
spellingShingle Fast Magnetic Flux Leakage Signal Inversion for the Reconstruction of Arbitrary Defect Profiles in Steel Using Finite Elements
Paul Ledger
John Mason
title_short Fast Magnetic Flux Leakage Signal Inversion for the Reconstruction of Arbitrary Defect Profiles in Steel Using Finite Elements
title_full Fast Magnetic Flux Leakage Signal Inversion for the Reconstruction of Arbitrary Defect Profiles in Steel Using Finite Elements
title_fullStr Fast Magnetic Flux Leakage Signal Inversion for the Reconstruction of Arbitrary Defect Profiles in Steel Using Finite Elements
title_full_unstemmed Fast Magnetic Flux Leakage Signal Inversion for the Reconstruction of Arbitrary Defect Profiles in Steel Using Finite Elements
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