Visualization of Pulsed Ultrasound Using a Combined Photoelastic-Schlieren System
There are many applications of visualization methods of pulsed ultrasound in the field of ultrasonic nondestructive testing: checking and improving ultrasonic probes, aiding ultrasonic tests on components of complex shape, studying the behavior of ultrasonic pulses, tools for training ultrasonic operators, etc.
KeywordsCompressional Wave Ultrasonic Wave Ultrasonic Pulse Ultrasonic Probe Knife Edge
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