Materials Science

, Volume 30, Issue 2, pp 190–200 | Cite as

Principles of selection in eddy current control

  • V. N. Zybov
  • L. Ya. Mizyuk
Nondestructive Test Methods


The paper deals with some problems connected with the design of selective systems of eddy current control. We define the function of influence of the parameters of the subsystem “eddy current converter-controlled object” on the output signal of the eddy current converter. On the basis of these functions, we formulate the requirements that should be met by selective control systems and suggest a criterion for the evaluation of their efficiency.


Control System Output Signal Current Control Selective Control Selective System 
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  • V. N. Zybov
  • L. Ya. Mizyuk

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