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Aircraft wheel testing with remote eddy current technique using a HTS SQUID magnetometer
IEEE transactions on applied superconductivity
An aircraft wheel testing system using a planar HTS SQUID gradiometer with Joule-Thomson machine cooling in conjunction with a differential eddy current (EC) excitation has recently been developed [l]. From a routine performance test in the wheel testing facility at the Lufthansa Base, Frankfurt/M. airport, we learned that the quadrupolar flaw signatures complicate signal interpretation considerably. In order to overcome these difficulties, the system was equipped with a I-ITS rf magnetometerdoi:10.1109/77.919583 fatcat:salm5uirlveeja4e4mu57v2qmu