Non-symmetrical inductive sensors having ferrite coil geometries with different top and base geometries

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The Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc. patent solves the following problem:

The present invention relates to the design of ferrite cores for speculation proximity sensor type ECKO.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc.’s patent US 5336997 A deals with Non-symmetrical inductive sensors having ferrite coil geometries with different top and base geometries.
New core geometries to increase the sensing range by transducers in general, and Eddy current killed oscillator mode sensor, in particular. A theoretical analysis can provide electromagnetic parameters that facilitate prophecy sensing capability to any ferrite core geometry. The results of this analysis applied to a multitude of models consumes Element Analysis to study changes in the maximum sensing distance of the ferrite core geometry changes. It gave preferred embodiments for shielded and unshielded sensor.

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