Development of magnetic flux leakage device as a non-destructive method for structural reinforcement detection

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https://doi.org/10.3989/mc.2022.02421

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Magnetic flux leakage method, Concrete, Metal reinforcement, Rebar

Abstract


Non-destructive measurement techniques are used to identify engineering construction components without causing any negative effects on their use as construction components in the future. Contrary to this, conventional techniques cause damage to the structure. The magnetic flux leakage (MFL) method is a non-destructive test technique commonly used to assess the physical status of construction materials. Within the framework of this study a magnetic flux leakage device was produced to detect the properties of reinforced concrete construction elements. The produced magnetic flux leakage device was used for measurements in 4 different test systems created in the laboratory environment and the results were interpreted. Thus, it was revealed that the detection of reinforcement in structures can be performed more rapidly and without damage with the MFL method.

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Published

2022-02-22

How to Cite

Bektaş, Ö. ., Kurban, Y. ., & Özboylan, B. . (2022). Development of magnetic flux leakage device as a non-destructive method for structural reinforcement detection. Materiales De Construcción, 72(345), e273. https://doi.org/10.3989/mc.2022.02421

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Sivas Cumhuriyet Üniversitesi
Grant numbers M-516