A theoretical study of the uses of eddy current impedance methods for the measurement of claddings by np holt kenneth duncan boness and harwell atomic energy research establishment ukaea publisher ukaea harwell atomic energy research establishment year 1986. R p holt and k d boness a theoretical study of the uses of eddy current impedance methods for the measurement of claddings harwell report aere r 11998 1986 google scholar 2. Study of magnetic sensors for pulsed eddy current techniques investigated in terms of coil impedance signals via theoretical and experimental methods ndt methods in use such as the eddy . There exist many methods of adding damping to a vibrating structure however eddy current damping is one of few that can function without ever coming into contact with that structure this magnetic damping scheme functions due to the eddy currents that are generated in a conductive material when it is subjected to a time changing magnetic field. The ac flowing through a cable induces magnetic field which generates eddy current in aircraft skin and the eddy current causes power losses according to the law of conservation of energy these losses must come from the power system this is equivalent to adding an extra resistor based on the cables original resistance
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