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Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging has been used as a method of void detection in carbonfibre reinforced polymer composites. This is accomplished by observation of signal from water molecules which have ingressed into surface-connected defect regions within the polymer composite. Problems associated with the conductivity of these samples are discussed, along with methods of overcoming those difficulties. © 1992 Chapman & Hall.

Original publication

DOI

10.1007/BF00576286

Type

Journal article

Journal

Journal of Materials Science

Publication Date

01/01/1992

Volume

27

Pages

6365 - 6370