Crack Detection in Press Fit Railway Axle Using Induced Current Focusing Potential Drop Technique

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 270-273)

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Seung-Seok Lee, Dong-Jin Yoon, Joon-Hyun Lee and Sekyung Lee

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1002-1007

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S. J. Kwon and T. Shoji, "Crack Detection in Press Fit Railway Axle Using Induced Current Focusing Potential Drop Technique ", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 270-273, pp. 1002-1007, 2004

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