Dr Zhanfang Zhao


NameDr Zhanfang Zhao
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Organisational UnitElectrical and Electronic Engineering

Research outputs

Decoupling the influence of wall thinning and cladding thickness variation pulsed eddy current using principal component analysis

Nafiah, F., Tokhi, M.O., Shirkoohi, M., Duan, F., Zhao, Z. and Rees-Lloyd, O. (2021). Decoupling the influence of wall thinning and cladding thickness variation pulsed eddy current using principal component analysis. IEEE Sensors Journal. https://doi.org/10.1109/JSEN.2021.3100648

A compact laser shearography system for on-site robotic inspection of wind turbine blades

Li, Z., Tokhi, M.O., Zhao, Z. and Zheng, H. (2021). A compact laser shearography system for on-site robotic inspection of wind turbine blades. Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Technology. https://doi.org/10.37965/jait.2021.0008

Parameter analysis of pulsed eddy current sensor using principal component analysis

Nafiah, F, Tokhi, MO, Shirkoohi, G, Duan, F, Zhao, Z, Asfis, G and Rudlin, J (2020). Parameter analysis of pulsed eddy current sensor using principal component analysis. IEEE Sensors Journal. https://doi.org/10.1109/JSEN.2020.3036967

Development of high temperature and underwater sensor for permanent magnet corrosion monitoring system

Sathappan, N, Tokhi, M, Zhao, Z, Duan, F, Shirkoohi, M and Kaur, A (2019). Development of high temperature and underwater sensor for permanent magnet corrosion monitoring system. Lloyd's Register Foundation International Conference 2019. 8 Northemburland Avenue,London 09 - 10 Oct 2019

A compact laser shearography system integrated with robotic climber for on-site inspection of wind turbine blades

Li, Z, Tokhi, MO, Zhao, Z, Gao, J and Zheng, H (2020). A compact laser shearography system integrated with robotic climber for on-site inspection of wind turbine blades. CLAWAR 2020: 23rd International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots and the Support Technologies for Mobile Machines. Moscow, Russian Federation 24 - 26 Aug 2020 CLAWAR Association.

Pulsed Eddy Current: Feature Extraction Enabling In-situ Calibration and Improved Estimation for Ferromagnetic Application

Nafiah, F., Tokhi, MO, Majidnia, S, Rudlin, J, Zhao, Z and Duan, F (2020). Pulsed Eddy Current: Feature Extraction Enabling In-situ Calibration and Improved Estimation for Ferromagnetic Application. Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation. 39 (52). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10921-020-00699-w
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