Magnetic field measurements of limpet mines attached to a ship's steel hull

@article{Linck2005MagneticFM,
  title={Magnetic field measurements of limpet mines attached to a ship's steel hull},
  author={J. E. Linck and J. Holmes and J. C. Gardner},
  journal={Proceedings of OCEANS 2005 MTS/IEEE},
  year={2005},
  pages={601-606 Vol. 1}
}
  • J.E. Linck, J. Holmes, J.C. Gardner
  • Published in
    Proceedings of OCEANS MTS…
    2005
  • Engineering
  • With the increased threat of terrorist attacks against docked naval and commercial vessels, the use of magnetically attached limpet mines or explosives is of major concern. Detecting limpet mines, or verification of their absence, using magnetic field sensors could be a quick and inexpensive method to determine if a vessel is under attack. Before the design of such a magnetic detection system can begin, the mines' field strength must first be quantified. The field distribution in the proximity… CONTINUE READING

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