Improving Periodic Defect Detection in Hot-Rolled Long Products by Means of Combination Between Eddy Current and Vision
Thursday, 4 March 2021 • 11 a.m. – Noon
Periodic defect roller marks, PDRMs. are an important problem for hot-rolled long products, Most PDRMs are caused by groove cracks (GCs). An early detection of GCs as well as their identification is of vital importance to improve the profitability of steel plants, and in many cases their survival. In this webinar we will review the fundamentals of periodic detection in hot rolled long products by using the state of the art technologies, more specifically a combination between eddy current and vision fully synchronized that makes users able to make an automatic classification in real time of all occurrences.
Jose Ignacio Lucas, isend
Jose Ignacio Lucas is director of sales and marketing at ISEND, a company focused in industrial non-destructive testing solutions for surface quality control. He is a member of the management committee of the company and he’s been also actively involved in the development of new solutions as well as in some R&D projects. He holds a degree in physics from the University of Salamanca and he’s Client Executive certified by the INSEAD business school in Fontainebleau, France. He joined ISEND almost eight years ago with the mission to develop the company's portfolio of customers and projects. Previously, he had spent most of his professional career at IBM, as solutions manager in the industrial and aerospace and defense sectors. He is a specialist in non-destructive testing solutions for long products, in digitalization of large companies, in enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management systems and in the application of artificial intelligence to business processes.
AIST’s Long Products Technology Committee