Practical Realization of External-Dent Removal in Car Bodies Using EMF Attraction
Application of EMF technologies in the automotive industry is an innovative technique for contactless surface treatment of sheet metals. This chapter describes the practical application of magnetic pulse systems for solving problems of contactless dent removal on surface-body elements without damaging paintwork. A detailed description of the test equipment, step-by-step execution of the dent-removal operation, and subsequent experiments with their results are presented.
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