Economical and easy use of eddy current based testing of carbon fiber composite and metals
Eddy Lite provides economical and easy use of eddy current techniques to test materials and structures exploiting novel developments in integrated sensors and robotic scanning. The focus is on Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics (CFRP) used in strong lightweight structures found in airplanes, windmill blades, car bodies etc. Using our eddy current methods on metal museum artefacts is also an area of attention. The eddy current technique provides easy in depth testing and can optimize maintenance and repair. Demand for such testing will grow due to increased use of CFRP’s in e.g. the aerostructure and automobile industry.
Location: @Science Park
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