Alterung von Polyethylen

Zerstörungsfreies Prüfen mit mobiler magnetischer Resonanz

Translated title of the contribution: Aging of polyethylene: Non-destructive testing with mobile magnetic resonance

Bernhard Blümich, Alina Adams-Buda, Maria Baias

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    Abstract

    Magnetic Resonance (NMR: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) is known in medical imaging as a diagnostic tool and in chemistry as a spectroscopic method for molecular structural analysis. In both cases, the object of interest is investigated with radio-frequency waves in the center of strong super-conducting magnets. High and homogeneous magnetic fields simplify the measurement process, but give rise to high equipment cost. On the other hand, weak and inhomogeneous magnetic fields can be generated with small permanent magnets, and the NMR relaxation times important for materials characterization can be measured with small and portable sensors, which are brought into contact with the object at the site of interest. Investigations of PE pipes and aged PE coatings of steel pipes demonstrate, that the morphology of partially crystalline polymers like polyethylene can well be characterized with this mobile NMR technology, and that the measured NMR parameters are of use for a state assessment of the material.

    Original languageGerman
    Pages95-98
    Number of pages4
    Volume148
    No2
    Specialist publicationGWF, Gas - Erdgas
    StatePublished - Feb 1 2007

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    nondestructive testing
    Polyethylene
    Magnetic resonance
    Nondestructive examination
    nuclear magnetic resonance
    Polyethylenes
    Aging of materials
    Nuclear magnetic resonance
    pipe
    Magnetic fields
    magnetic field
    Superconducting magnets
    Medical imaging
    Steel pipe
    structural analysis
    Structural analysis
    Relaxation time
    Permanent magnets
    coating
    Polymers

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Water Science and Technology
    • Ocean Engineering
    • Energy(all)
    • Process Chemistry and Technology

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    Blümich, B., Adams-Buda, A., & Baias, M. (2007). Alterung von Polyethylen: Zerstörungsfreies Prüfen mit mobiler magnetischer Resonanz. GWF, Gas - Erdgas, 148(2), 95-98.

    Alterung von Polyethylen : Zerstörungsfreies Prüfen mit mobiler magnetischer Resonanz. / Blümich, Bernhard; Adams-Buda, Alina; Baias, Maria.

    In: GWF, Gas - Erdgas, Vol. 148, No. 2, 01.02.2007, p. 95-98.

    Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationArticle

    Blümich, B, Adams-Buda, A & Baias, M 2007, 'Alterung von Polyethylen: Zerstörungsfreies Prüfen mit mobiler magnetischer Resonanz' GWF, Gas - Erdgas, vol. 148, no. 2, pp. 95-98.
    Blümich, Bernhard ; Adams-Buda, Alina ; Baias, Maria. / Alterung von Polyethylen : Zerstörungsfreies Prüfen mit mobiler magnetischer Resonanz. In: GWF, Gas - Erdgas. 2007 ; Vol. 148, No. 2. pp. 95-98.
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