Eddy-Current Signal Interpretation Using Fuzzy Logic Artificial Intelligence Technique

@inproceedings{Lopez2007EddyCurrentSI,
  title={Eddy-Current Signal Interpretation Using Fuzzy Logic Artificial Intelligence Technique},
  author={Luiz Antonio Negro Martin Lopez},
  year={2007}
}
This work presents a fuzzy logic aided computer program that automatically extracts the main characteristics of Eddy-Current testing signals, which are the total amplitude and the phase angle, thus reducing the time spent by the inspector for each testing and increasing the diagnosis quality by assuring repeatability. Presently, this software is applicable to heat exchangers tubes. The inspection using Eddy-Current electro-magnetic technique generates a large number of signals that must be… CONTINUE READING

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