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Hegeon Kwun, Keith Bartels, John J Hanley: Method and apparatus for conducting in-situ nondestructive tensile load measurements in cables and ropes. Southwest Research Institute, Kammer & Huff PLLC, October 13, 1998: US05821430 (15 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for the non-contact measurement of tensile loading (or tension) in ferromagnetic materials, particularly wire ropes, cables, and strands. The magnetostrictive effect is used to measure wave propagation properties within such materials to determine load forces imposed on the t ...


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Kwun Hegeon, Bartels Keith, Hanley John J: Method and apparatus for conducting in-situ nondestructive tensile load measurements in cables and ropes. Southwest Research Institute, KAMMER Mark A, October 21, 1999: WO/1999/053282

An apparatus and method for the noncontact measurement of tensile loading (or tension) in ferromagnetic materials (14), particularly, wire ropes, cables, and strands. The magnetostrictive effect is used to measure wave propagation properties within such materials to determine load forces imposed on ...



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