A method of interface inversion in inhomogeneous media
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First, an approximate solution of time domain interface scattering field is derived by extending the classical Born approximation in the problem of interface scattering. In accordance with the solution form, a projection density compensation (PDC) inversion method is developed according to the projection slice theorem, which is valid for the cases of inhomogeneous media and wave mode transformation. Finally, in the model of layered media, the calculation algorithm and the simulation inversion comparison results of point defect, crack, and crack on an interface, as well as the experiment method and results in the condition of acoustic wave, are given.
Key Wordsinhomogeneous media interface inversion wave mode transform projection density compensation
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