Polycrystalline diamond cutting element control using high frequency C-scan image processing

@article{Delebarre1993PolycrystallineDC,
  title={Polycrystalline diamond cutting element control using high frequency C-scan image processing},
  author={C. Delebarre and C. Bruneel and R. Delwiche and I. Vos},
  journal={Ndt \& E International},
  year={1993},
  volume={26},
  pages={303-308}
}
Abstract The quality control of drilling tools used in the oil industry essentially consists of testing the cutting elements distributed around the petroleum tool. This study presents a nondestructive testing (NDT) method for the detection of different kinds of defects inside polycrystalline diamond cuttine elements (PDC). This ultrasonic method, based on high frequency (100 MHz) C-scan image processing, allows the detection of three major types of defect such as diamond layer debonding from… Expand
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