Study of Accumulated Defects of Steel Wire Ropes
The article deals with the accumulated defect impact on magnetic field distribution around a magnetized rope. A study of such effects was made on a cylinder-shaped model of steel wire rope with a diameter of 40 mm, in which individual wires with a diameter of 1 mm are parallel to the cylinder axis. Defects are wire breaks with the face distance of 1 mm. An analysis was made of the accumulated defect responses in a rope in one radial direction at various distances from the rope axis, then in two different radial directions, and surface defects in the direction of the rope.
M. Lesňák et al., "Study of Accumulated Defects of Steel Wire Ropes", Solid State Phenomena, Vol. 177, pp. 159-167, 2011