probe coil

probe coil

[′prōb ‚kȯil]
(electromagnetism)
In eddy-current nondestructive tests, a type of test coil which is placed on the surface of an object.
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As just described, the mutual inductance of the superconductor and the probe coil are measured and the probe angle adjusted to make the mutual inductance near zero.
The emitter or radiator probe coil system contained multiple coils that were energized by an irrductive signal source that consisted of variable frequency or frequencies.
There are several probe coils, which come in various design patterns.