Experimental setup of continuous ultrasonic monitoring for corrosion assessment

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Suchato, Nutthawut; Kalashnikov, Alexander; Light, Roger; Sharples, Steve;
(2017)

The paper is devoted to the ultrasonic monitoring of accelerated corrosion. In order to achieve non-uniform corrosion (high surface roughness), passivation was applied to the corroding surface. A dedicated electronic multiplexed four channel front end was developed in o... View more
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