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Mining Publication: Electromagnetic Theory of Techniques for the Non-destructive Testing of Wire Ropes

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January 1979

Image of publication Electromagnetic Theory of Techniques for the Non-destructive Testing of Wire Ropes

This report contains a summary of analytical research on electromagnetic methods of nondestructive testing of cylindrical conductors. The principal objective is to provide theoretical insight to the operation of electromagnetic sensing of the internal properties of wire ropes that are used extensively in mine hoists. An overall review of past work is also included.

Authors: JR Wait, DA Hill

Contract/MOA ReportJanuary - 1979

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Institute for Telecommunication Sciences. U.S. Bureau of Mines Contract No. H0155008, 1979; :1-177

 
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