Observation of Shear Wave Modes in the Echoes of the Longitudinal Wave Transducer
Longitudinal and shear waves are the fundamental elastic wave modes in an infinite unbounded solid and their velocities are determined by the mass density and elastic moduli of propagationg medium. Thus, elastic moduli could be determined by measuring the phase velocities of longitudinal and shear waves using the corresponding mode transducers.
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