Experimental Validation of the Boundary Integral Equation Modeling for Arbitrary Flaw Geometries in ECI NDE
The Electric Current Injection (ECI) method of nondestructive evaluation consists of detecting current-flow anomalies due to voids, nonmetallic inclusions and open cracks in electrically conductive materials, through distortions introduced in the magnetic field generated by the sample .
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