Participants of the MANODET Project
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Institute
Scientific Coordinator
Town
TelePhone:
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CREATE
Prof. RUBINACCI, Guglielmo
Napoli
+39-81-7683243
+39-81-7683171
CREATE Secretariat
MFA
Dr. VÉRTESY, Gábor
Budapest
+36-1-3959220-1544
+36-1-3959284
MFA
TUB
Dr. PÁVÓ, József
Budapest
+36-1-4632812
+36-1-4633189
TUB
ICT
Ing. CSc NOVOTNY, Pavel
Prague
+42-2-3121865
+42-2-3015276
ICT
LGEP
Dr. RAZEK, Adel
Gif sur Yvette
+33-169851655
+33-169418318
LGEP
IGTE
Prof. RICHTER, Kurt R.
Graz
+43-3168737251
+43-3168737751
IGTE
BATH
Prof. RODGER, David
Bath
+44-1225826165
+44-1225826305
BATH
LMN
Prof. IOAN, Daniel
Bucharest
+40-1-3121190
+40-1-3121190
LMN

No. 1

( Coordinator of the Project )
CREATE
Consorzio CREATE (CREATE), Consorzio di Ricera per l'Energia e le Applicazioni Technologiche dell'elettromagnetismo
Consorzio CREATE , Italy
Adm. coord. Prof. COCCORESE, Vincenzo
T.:+39-81-7683243 Fax:+39-81-7683171
Dip. di Ingegneria Industriale, Univ. di Cassino I-03043 Cassino, Italy
Sci. coord. Prof. RUBINACCI, Guglielmo
T.:+39-77-6299629 Fax:+39-77-6310812
Web Sites: Dept. Ing. Industriale, Cassino
CREATE Home Page
Alag3 ftp Server
Equipment:
Staff
&
Projects:
Dr. FORMISANO, Alessandro
Prof. RUBINACCI, Guglielmo
neural networks, neuro-fuzzy processing
theorethical models

No. 2

MFA
Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science (MFA), Eddy Current NDT Laboratory
Budapest, XII. Konkoly-T. út 29-33. H-1525 Budapest-114, P.O. Box 49, Hungary
Sci. coord. Dr. VÉRTESY, Gábor
T.:+36-1-3959220/1544 Fax:+36-1-3959284
Adm. coord. Dr. BÁRSONY, István
T.:+36-1-3959220/1817 Fax:+36-1-3959284
Web Sites: ATKI Home Page
Magnetism & Crystal Growth
Magnet Home Page
ECT-NDT Home Page
Alag3 ftp Server
Equipment: Foner type vibrational magnetometer, FluxSet magnetometers, FMR, data acquisition system, SRS 830 lock-in amplifier, coil up machine, oscilloscopes, power supplies, etc.
Staff
&
Projects:
Dr. DARÓCZI, Csaba S.
Mr. GASPARICS, Antal
Mr. SZÖLLŐSI, János
Dr. VÉRTESY, Gábor
Ms. VÉRTESY, Zófia
sensor & electronics development, measuring, Web master
sensor & electronics development, measuring, software
sensor development
scientific coordinator, presentations
SEM quality check

No. 3

TUB
Technical University of Budapest (TUB), Department of Electromagnetic Theory
Budapest, XI., Egry J. u. 18. H-1521 Budapest, Egry J. u. 18., Hungary
Sci. coord. Dr. PÁVÓ, József
T.:+36-1-4632812 Fax:+36-1-4633189
Adm. coord. Prof. VESZELY, Gyula
T.:+36-1-4632812 Fax:+36-1-4633189
Web Sites: EVTSZ Home Page
Magnet Home Page
ECT-NDT Home Page
Alag3 ftp Server
RS ftp Server
bme-evtsz ftp Server
Method: 3-dimensional numerical code developed in the department for the calculation of the crack-probe interaction
Staff
&
Projects:
Mr. GASPARICS, Antal
Dr. PÁVÓ, József
Dr. SEBESTYÉN, Imre
sensor & electronics development, measuring, software
scientific coordinator, theoretical calculations
theoretical calculations

No. 4

ICT
Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT), Department of Solid State Engineering
16628 Prague 6, Technika 5, Czech Republic
Sci. coord. Ing. CSc NOVOTNY, Pavel
T.:+42-2-3121865 Fax:+42-2-3015276
Adm. coord. Ing. CSc KOUBEK, Josef
T.:+42-2-3111788 Fax:+42-2-3015276
Web Sites: ICT Home Page
Alag3 ftp Server
ICT ftp Server
Equipment: magnetic recording, magnetodefescopy, optical microscopy
Staff
&
Projects:
Ing. CSc NOVOTNY, Pavel
preparation of standard specimen, measurements of specimens

No. 5

LGEP
Laboratoire de Genie Electrique de Paris (LGEP) - CNRS
F91192 Gif sur Yvette, Plateau de Moulon, France
Sci. coord. Dr. RAZEK, Adel
T.:+33-169851655 Fax:+33-169418318
Adm. coord. Dr. CHABRERIE, Jean-Pierre
T.:+33-169851655 Fax:+33-169418318
Web Sites: CNRS Home Page
LGEP Home Page
CNRS (Gif Sur Yvette)
Alag3 ftp Server
CNRS ftp Server
Equipment: Numerical 2D and 3D electromagnetic codes are developed at L.G.E.P. using finite elements and boundary elements.
Staff
&
Projects:
Dr. RAZEK, Adel
Numerical electromagnetic modelling. Investigations of asymptotic methods, sheet elements and special singular 3D elements for defects and its tip modelling. Shape optimisation, Reconstruction of defects. Optimisation of exciting coil and sensor shape (and location) using deterministic and stochastic methods. Using also these methods for the solution of inverse problems for the construction of defects.

No. 6


IGTE
Institut für Grundlagen und Theorie der Technischen Universitat (IGTE), Graz
A-8010 Graz, Kopernikusgasse 24/III, Austria
Sci. coord. Prof. RICHTER, Kurt R.
T.:+43-3168737251 Fax:+43-3168737751
Adm. coord. Prof. RICHTER, Kurt R.
T.:+43-3168737251 Fax:+43-3168737751
Web Sites: TU Graz Home Page
IGTE Home Page
Alag3 ftp Server
TU Graz ftp Server
Method: The finite element method is used in the 2D and 3D codes developed at IGTE. Sheet elements modelling surface currents and thin sheets of high permeability will be developed in order to cope with the specialities in the sensor construction and in modelling cracks. A special sensitivity analysis for higher order finite elements will be developed to accelerate the deterministic optimization processes.
Staff
&
Projects:
Dr. BÁRDI, István
Prof. RICHTER, Kurt R.
Numerical simulation of 2D and 3D nonlinear electromagnetic fields. Co-operation in the shape optimization of the sensor as well as in the recognition of the shape of the crack and of the material characteristics of the probe.

No. 7

BATH
Applied Electronics Research Center, School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Bath
Avon BA2 7AY, Bath, Clawerton Down, United Kingdom
Sci. coord. Prof. RODGER, David
T.:+44-1225826052 Fax:+44-1225826305
Adm. coord. Mrs. EASTON-ORR, Patricia A.
T.:+44-1225826165 Fax:+44-1225826305
Web Sites: SEEE Home Page
AERC Home Page
Alag3 ftp Server
BATH ftp Server
Method: The finite element package has been developed at BU and is capable of solving finite element problems which are coupled to curcuits, which is required for modelling voltage forced ECT probes. The performance of the finite element package in modelling very thin cracks will be assessed and improved if necesary by introducing special elements.
Staff
&
Projects:
Prof. RODGER, David
Modelling of 2D and 3D time transient nonlinear electromagnetic fields using finite elements. Building and measurement of test samples to compare measurements with 2D and 3D finite element simulations. Measurements to be done using a Hall probe system, so that comparison with the Fluxset system can be made.

No. 8

LMN
'Politehnica' University of Bucharest (CIEAC/LMN)
77206, Bucharest, Spl. Independentei 313, Romania
Sci. coord. Prof. IOAN, Daniel
T.:+40-1-4106984 Fax:+40-1-4111190
Adm. coord. Dr. FIRETEANU,
T.:+40-1-3121190 Fax:+40-1-3121190
Web Sites: Numerical Methods Lab.
INCO Inviting Page
Alag3 ftp Server
LMN software archive
Method: Use of Cadence VLSI CAD framework and EUROPRACTICE foundry services to realise the CMOS circuit prototype.
Staff
&
Projects:
Prof. IOAN, Daniel
( Ph.D. Students )
Electromagnetic modelling of the sensor core. Development of a customised VLSI circuit dedicated to the signal processing of an ECT sensor. Analysis of the techniques for the elimination of disturbing effects in measurement and enhancement of the data processing system. Study on the implementation of a neural network dedicated to recognition of the defects.

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