Measurement of Carbon-Carbon Electrical Conductivity During Pyrolysis
The eddy current sensor described below is one of several sensors that is currently being used to monitor the pyrolysis of carbon-carbon materials. It is part of a larger system that is being developed for the closed loop control of the carbon-carbon manufacturing process . The eddy current sensor is being used to monitor changes in the electrical conductivity of the specimen.
KeywordsElectrical Conductivity Temperature Ramp Graphite Fiber Measuring Coil Eddy Current Sensor
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