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Acoustic imaging of ultrasonic wave propagation

Benito E. Baylosis

Acoustic imaging of ultrasonic wave propagation

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
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A pulsed ultrasonic collection facility was used to study the accuracy of a previous program which models pulsed ultrasonic wave propagation. The previous program modeling was initially reviewed for its validity and found to have a scaling factor error. This error was corrected before a comparison of the theoretical and the experimental pulsed response was conducted. The excitation studied was a circular piston impulse input. For proper comparison, the acoustic potential produced by the program modeling (at a given distance from the acoustic source) was expressed in terms of acoustic pressure. Two separation distances were used to compare the output produced by the theoretical modeling and the measured experimental response A general comparison of the experimental and the theoretical pulsed response appears to be in good agreement. The MATLAB program was used to perform all necessary mathematical computations and manipulations to produce a graphical representation of the collected data. The graphics program, AXUM, was used to compare the results graphically.

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Statement Benito Baylosis
The Physical Object
Pagination104 p. ;
Number of Pages104
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Open LibraryOL25497984M

Aiming at further damage visibility and operability, a visualization method of ultrasonic wave propagation [14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29] has been this method, ultrasonic waves are generated by illuminating a specimen surface with a pulsed laser and are received by a fixed transducer [].Based on the reciprocity of wave propagation [], the Author: Kazuki Ryuzono, Shigeki Yashiro, Hiroto Nagai, Nobuyuki Toyama. chapter 1 Ultrasound Physics ASCeXAM Review- Sidney K. Edelman, Ph.D. Director, ESP Ultrasound [email protected] Definitions Sound A type of wave that carries energy from place to place. • Created by the vibration of a moving object. • Sound waves are comprised of compressions (increases in. imaging. This theoretical limit is compared to experimental data. In this book chapter state-of-the-art methods for modeling ultrasonic wave propagation in the case of attenuating media are described. From these models strate gies for compensating ultrasound attenuation.


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Nonlinear effects are essential for understanding diagnostic imaging because acoustic propagation in tissues, water, and many biological fluids is inherently nonlinear, and they are even more significant in harmonic imaging, contrast agents, high-intensity therapeutic ultrasound (HITU), and acoustic output measurements.

In general, the wavelength is the distance between repeating units of a wave pattern. Where: λ= wavelength of a sound wave or electromagnetic wave vw is the speed of propagation of the wave f = frequency of the wave in 1/s = Hz.

In ultrasonic testing, the inspector must make a decision about the frequency of the transducer that will be Size: KB. Propagation of ultrasound waves in tissue •Ultrasound imaging systems commonly operate at MHz, which corresponds to a wavelength of mm when c = m/s. Refraction •When a wave passes from one medium to another the frequency is constant, and since c changes then so must the wavelength!= c f since λ2.

An important aspect of ultrasound is the existence of three interrelated parameters that are associated with wave propagation: velocity, amplitude, and attenuation, these parameters can be used for obtaining information about diffuse damage and mix characteristics.

This book explores new applications of ultrasonic : Carnot Nogueira. The air-coupled ultrasonic imaging technique is very attractive for inspections because it avoids the disadvantages of the coupling techniques.

However, special transducers and a special signal processing are required. This non-contact-method does not influence the Lamb wave propagation by the coupling liquid of a receiver transducer.

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nonlinearities in air that affect the propagation of the ultrasonic wave, causing mixing of the frequencies being propagated. This nonlinear effect only becomes significant at high frequencies, which is why the acoustic wave used in imaging must be in the ultrasound.

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