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Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (XXI)

Abstract : Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation (ENDE) is a technique crucial to a great many engineering activities, as well as to environmental evaluation and protection issues. It is a discipline recognized for its theoretical insight, efficient models and simulations, robust data interpretation, and accurate instrumentation.This book presents contributions from the 22nd ENDE International Workshop, held in Saclay, France, in September 2017. It includes 1 of the 3 keynotes and 34 peer-reviewed and extended versions of the 47 oral contributions delivered during the workshop. Topics covered include static to THz electromagnetic; smart models and high-performance computations; advanced sensors; adaptive databases; model selection and the qualification of uncertainty; multi-sensor data fusion; the monitoring and diagnosis of mechanical structures; and innovative industrial applications. The book will be of interest to all those whose work involves the development or use of electromagnetic non-destructive evaluation.
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Contributor : Dominique Lesselier Connect in order to contact the contributor
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Dominique Lesselier, Christophe Reboud. Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (XXI). D. Lesselier, C. Reboud. IOS Press, 43, 2018, Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics. ⟨hal-01800546⟩



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