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Materials Science

, Volume 43, Issue 4, pp 508–521 | Cite as

Acoustic control of materials with developed mesostructure

  • Yu. H. Bezymyannyi
Research and Testing Methods
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Abstract

On the basis of generalization of the results of a series of theoretical and experimental investigations, we have formulated the scientific foundations of the synthesis of qualitatively new acoustic methods for predicting the properties and controlling the structure and defectiveness of multicomponent materials. On the example of powder and fibrous materials and their compositions, ceramics, foam-metals, honeycomb structures, diamond composites, multilayer constructions, and products made of them, we have shown that acoustic methods can serve as a reliable tool for obtaining information on the effective properties of the material as a whole and the parameters of ensembles or separate elements of its mesolevel.

Keywords

Elastic Wave Powder Material Acoustic Field Acoustic Characteristic Lamb Wave 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yu. H. Bezymyannyi
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  1. 1.Frantsevych Institute for Problems in Materials ScienceUkrainian Academy of SciencesKyiv

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