Sensor Networks
An Overview of Microwave Nondestructive Testing
Source: AZoM
Microwave nondestructive testing (MNDT) of substances is an essential discipline that includes the creation of sensors/probes, procedures, and calibration techniques for detecting flaws, fractures, faults, vacancies, heterogeneity, moisture levels, and other problems using microwaves.

Microwave inspection can be done in two ways: a reflection phase or transmission phase. The microwave information is passed through the element in the sample in reflection mode. The microstructural reflection of the substance is gathered and evaluated in terms of amplitude and/or aspect characteristics.

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