DIUS-1.15M Mobile Hardware–Software Structuroscopy System
It is shown that by measuring the magnetic field in a specially shaped hole made in the magnetic circuit of a measuring transducer and the tangential component of the magnetic field in the transducer’s interpolar space near the surface of an object being magnetized, it is possible to locally determine the relative values of the magnetic properties of the test-object substance. The physical rationale is provided for a technique that makes it possible to determine the entirety of hysteresis characteristics and significantly expand the ranges of measurement of magnetic properties. The difference is established between the structural sensitivities of magnetic properties locally determined in terms of “flux–internal field” (the properties of matter) and “flux in the product–current in the windings” (the properties of “body”) coordinates. It is shown that it is possible and expedient to simultaneously measure and jointly analyze the magnetic characteristics of matter and “body”. Information is provided on the DIUS-1.15M mobile hardware–software system, intended for implementing single- and multiparameter techniques of monitoring the structure–phase and stress–strain states of ferromagnetic materials and objects based on the proposed measurement procedures.
Keywordsmagnetic properties of matter coercive force remanence coercive-return induction measuring transducer hardware–software system
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