This work describes the validation against experimental data of a Reduced Vector Potential Formulation combined with a boundary condition given by the Dirichlet-to-Neumann operator. One of the classic nondestructive testing problems is investigated: the differential bobbin coil scan inside a tube with a defect. Several defects are simulated, and the results are compared to the experimental data acquired at four frequencies.
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