Introduction to Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI) stands as a non-destructive technique employed to detectsurface & sub surface defects in ferrous components. This method proves to be both swift and comparatively straightforward in its application, with less...
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Magnetic Field Generation In the early nineteenth century, Hans Christian Oersted made a pivotal observation: an electric current coursing through a wire could alter the orientation of a nearby compass needle. This observation implied that the wire's electric current...
Magnetization Methods Several techniques are available to create a magnetic field within a component to facilitate evaluation through magnetic particle inspection. These methods are often categorized into two main groups: direct and indirect magnetizing methods....