Thickness and conductivity determination of thin coatings on ferromagnetic substrates in the case

de Halleux, B.; Ptchelintsev, A.; Stirum, B. de Limburg
September 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Sep97, Vol. 68 Issue 9, p3533
Academic Journal
Presents an eddy current method allowing the determination of parameters of a thin nonmagnetic conductive coating on a ferromagnetic conductive substrate. Determination of two independent quantities at a single operating frequency; Two-conductor circular rod inside a long coil.


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