Inductive System for Reliable Magnesium Level Detection in a Titanium Reduction Reactor
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The determination of the Magnesium level in a Titanium reduction retort by inductive methods is often hampered by the formation of Titanium sponge rings which disturb the propagation of electromagnetic signals between excitation and receiver coils. We present a new method for the reliable identification of the Magnesium level which explicitly takes into account the presence of sponge rings with unknown geometry and conductivity. The inverse problem is solved by a look-up-table method, based on the solution of the inductive forward problems for several tens of thousands parameter combinations.
This study was partially supported by the Government of Perm Krai, research Project No C-26/060 11.03.2016.
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