Simulating Design Of Nondestructive Sensors

Nov. 3, 2005
CIVA V 7.1 simulates the operation of components in nondestructive sensors used to find unwanted material flaws.

For example, simulation ensures a sensor can detect whether a flaw is located near the scan surface, throughout the thickness of the material, or on the far extremity of the surface. CIVA is available for both eddy current and ultrasonic-detection methods.

Magsoft Corp., 1223 Peoples Ave., Troy, NY 12180, (518) 271-1352, magsoft-flux.com

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