Millimeter Wave Nondestructive Evaluation of Corrosion under Paint in Steel Structures
Millimeter wave nondestructive evaluation techniques have shown great potential for detection of corrosion under paint in steel structures. They may also provide for detection of other anomalies associated with the corrosion process such as precursor pitting. This paper presents the results of an extensive investigation spanning a frequency range of 30-100 GHz and using magnitude- and phase-sensitive reflectometers. Using 2D automated scanning mechanisms, raster images of two corrosion patches are produced showing the spatial resolution capabilities of these systems as well as their potential for evaluating localized corrosion severity.
S. Kharkovsky and R. Zoughi, "Millimeter Wave Nondestructive Evaluation of Corrosion under Paint in Steel Structures," Proceedings of the Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation (2005, Brunswick, ME), vol. 820, pp. 1277-1283, American Institute of Physics (AIP), Aug 2005.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2184671
Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation (2005: Jul. 31-Aug. 5, Brunswick, ME)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Coatings; Corrosion Testing; Millimetre Waves; Nondestructive Testing; Reflectometers; Steel; Corrosion; Millimeter Waves; Steel Structures
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