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16. Bailey, D.M. “Shielded Eddy Current Probes.” Materials Evaluation. Vol. 41, No. 7. Columbus, OH: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (June 1983): p 776-778. 17. Kelha, V., R. Peltonen, J. Puki, J. Heino, R. Ilomoniemi and A. Penttinen. “Design, Construction and Performance of a Large Volume Magnetic Shield.” IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. Vol. MAG-18. New York, NY: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (1982): p 260-270. 18. Palanisamy, R. and W. Lord. “Prediction of Eddy Current Probe Signal Trajectories.” IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. Vol. MAG-16, No. 5. New York, NY: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (September 1980): p 1083-1085. 19. Palanisamy, R. and W. Lord. “Finite Element Modeling of Electromagnetic NDT Phenomena.” IEEE Transactions on Magnetics . Vol. MAG-15, No. 6. New York, NY: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (November 1979): p 1479-1481. 166 Electromagnetic Testing References
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20. Ida, N. and W. Lord. “Simulating Electromagnetic NDT Probe Fields.” IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications .” Vol. 3, No. 3. New York, NY: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (May-June 1983): p 21-28. 21. Ida, N., H. Hoshikawa and W. Lord. “Finite Element Prediction of Differential EC Probe Signals from Fe 3 0 4 Deposits in PWR Steam Generators.” Vol. 18, No. 6. NDT International. Kidlington, United Kingdom: Elsevier Science Limited (December 1985): p 331-338. 22. Ida, N., R. Palanisamy and W. Lord. “Eddy Current Probe Design Using Finite Element Analysis.” Materials Evaluation . Vol. 42, No. 12. Columbus, OH: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (November 1984): p 1389-1394. 23. Dodd, C.V. “The Use of Computer-Modeling for Eddy-Current Testing.” Research Techniques in Nondestructive Testing . Vol. 3. New York, NY: Academic Press (1977): p 429-479. 24. Sullivan, S.P., S.P. Smith and F.L. Sharp. Simultaneous Absolute and Differential Operation of Eddy Current Bobbin Probes for Heat Exchanger Tube Inspection. Report COG-96-045-I. Chalk River, Canada: Chalk River Laboratories (1996). 25. McMaster, R.C. Section 12, “Electromagnetic Tests with Hall Effect Devices.” Nondestructive Testing Handbook, second edition: Vol. 4, Electromagnetic Testing. Columbus, OH: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (1986): p 315-334. 26. Stanley, R.K., T. Hiroshima and M. Mester. Section 22, “Diverted Flux Applications.” Nondestructive Testing Handbook, second edition: Vol. 4, Electromagnetic Testing. Columbus, OH: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (1986): p 631-651. 27. Stanley, R.K. Section 21, “Diverted Flux Theory.” Nondestructive Testing Handbook, second edition: Vol. 4, Electromagnetic Testing. Columbus, OH: American Society for Nondestructive Testing (1986): p 607-630. 28. Förster, F. “Nondestructive Inspection by the Method of Magnetic Leakage Fields: Theoretical and Experimental Foundations of the Detection of Surface Cracks of Finite and Infinite Depth.” Defektoskopiya . Vol. 11.
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