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Electromagnetic Nondestructive Inspection System for Complicated Structures

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We develop sensing technologies, intelligent materials and evaluation technologies of materials for the optimization of maintenance for massive complex system such as energy plants. We work for electromagnetic nondestructive testing and monitoriing for complicated structures. We also develop the method for characterization of material degradation.

Targeted Application(s)/Industry
We want to work together with industries who are interested in nondestructive testing and material evaluation using applied electromagnetic methods.

Researchers

Institute of Fluid Science

TAKAGI, Toshiyuki , Professor
Doctor of Engineering

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Publications
Ryoichi Urayama, Tetsuya Uchimoto, Toshiyuki Takagi, Shigeru Kanemoto. Evaluation of Pipe Wall Thinning by Electromagnetic Acoustic Resonance, E-Journal of Advanced Maintenance, Vol.2 (2010), pp.25-33.

Shejuan Xie, Zhenmao Chen, Toshiyuki Takagi, Tstsuya Uchimoto, Development of a very fast simulator for pulsed eddy current testing signals of local wall thinning, NDT&E International, Vol.51, (2012.10), pp.45-50.
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