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MECHANISMS AND MODELS FOR CRACK DETECTION WITH INDUCTION THERMOGRAPHY
Induction thermography is a non‐contacting, non‐destructive evaluation method with a wide range of applications. A deeper understanding of the detectability of cracks requires fundamental knowledgeExpand
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Scatter Correction Method by Temporal Primary Modulation in X-Ray CT
Scattered radiation is a major cause of image degradation in modern cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) scanners, both in the medical field as well as in non-destructive testing. In this work, weExpand
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Propylene carbonate reexamined: Mode-coupling β scaling without factorization?
The dynamic susceptibility of propylene carbonate in the moderately viscous regime above $T_{\rm c}$ is reinvestigated by incoherent neutron and depolarised light scattering, and compared toExpand
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Comparison between beam-stop and beam-hole array scatter correction techniques for industrial X-ray cone-beam CT
Abstract In industrial X-ray cone-beam computed tomography, the inspection of large-scale samples is important because of increasing demands on their quality and long-term mechanical resilience.Expand
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Fusion of visual and infrared thermography images for advanced assessment in non-destructive testing.
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A beam splitter is used which combines the visible and the infrared wavelength regions under the same viewing angle to form a hybrid image. Expand
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Artifact reduction in non-destructive testing by means of complementary data fusion of x-ray computed tomography and ultrasonic pulse-echo testing
In industrial non-destructive testing, x-ray computed tomography (CT) and ultrasonic pulse-echo testing play an important role in the investigation of large-scale samples. One major artifact arisesExpand
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Influence of the grating profiles on the image quality in grating-based x-ray imaging
Abstract We investigate the influence of the grating profiles on the image quality in grating-based x-ray phase-contrast imaging. The investigations are founded on an analytical description ofExpand
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INDUCTION AND CONDUCTION THERMOGRAPHY: OPTIMIZING THE ELECTROMAGNETIC EXCITATION TOWARDS APPLICATION
Active thermography, using electromagnetic excitation, allows detecting defects like cracks which distort the flow of current in the component under examination. Like other thermography techniques itExpand
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Calcium rubidium nitrate: mode-coupling beta scaling without factorization.
The fast dynamics of viscous calcium rubidium nitrate is investigated by depolarized light scattering, neutron scattering, and dielectric loss. Fast beta relaxation evolves as in calcium potassiumExpand
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AUTOMATED INDUCTION THERMOGRAPHY OF GENERATOR COMPONENTS
Using Active Thermography defects such as cracks can be detected fast and reliably. Choosing from a wide range of excitation techniques the method can be adapted to a number of tasks inExpand
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