The AMDE project (“Applicazioni di Metodi per Diagnostica Elettromagnetica”, in English “Applied Methods for Electromagnetic Evaluation”) is an Italian two-years national granted research project on electromagnetic non-destructive evaluation. This project involves five different research units located in Italy, about twenty researchers and ten among Ph.D. students and post-doc. Here we focus on the contribution of the AMDE project to the reconstruction of 3D volumetric defects in metallic plates as those used in aeronautical and aerospace industry. In particular, in this work we propose an efficient numerical model for evaluating the field due to volumetric anomalies and an inversion method based on the Total Variation Regularization. Numerical examples confirm the capability of the proposed strategy to reconstruct 3D volumetric defects.
|Titolo:||The AMDE project: 3D volumetric anomalies reconstruction by eddy current testing|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2008|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|