# Design and signal processing of a magnetic sensor array for train wheel detection

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...With the proposed classical approach, both accelerated life tests (ALT) and design of experiments (DOE) technology are used to determine how each critical factor affects the prediction of performance....

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...Therefore, the joint posterior distribution can be obtained as p a;bjD ð Þ / Lða;bjDÞ pðaja0; b0Þ pðbjm0;Σ0Þ / a 1þ Xn i1⁄41ui exp Xn i1⁄41 uixibþ ui a 1 ð Þln ti ð Þ exp x’ib t i b0a 1 2 b m0 ð ÞΣ 1 0 b m0 ð Þ ( ) (10)...

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...Detection by means of induction coils is based on a change in inductance of the sensor coil due to change in the permeability of the environment around the coil [3]....

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...In [1,2], a small yoke type electromagnet and a 181 differential type linearly integrated Hall sensor array design with a signal conditioning method was used for the evaluation of cracks in train wheels, while in [3], inductive sensor arrays placed on both sides of the train rails are used to detect the condition of train wheels as they pass....

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