June 2015, Vol. 242, No. 6

Features

External Corrosion Mapping, Anomaly Assessment Using Eddy Currents

Evaluating pipeline anomalies remains a vital task in the pipeline industry. Properly identifying, assessing, and repairing defects is crucial in ensuring public and environmental safety. Recent technological advancements have automated this process and drastically increased its overall efficiency. New methods of external pipeline assessment technologies seamlessly measure, record, and assess defects according to various standards and regulations. The implementation of eddy currents in the industrial sector are proven and established. The versatility of their applications includes electromagnetic braking, structural assessment, and proximity sensing. This versatility stems from fundament

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