Ultrasonic guided waves in solid media have become a critically important subject in nondestructive testing and structural health monitoring, as new faster, more sensitive, and more economical ways of looking at materials and structures have become possible. This book will lead to fresh creative ideas for use in new inspection procedures. Although the mathematics is sometimes sophisticated, the book can also be read by managers without detailed understanding of the concepts as it can be read from a qblack boxq point of view. Overall, the material presented on wave mechanics - in particular, guided wave mechanics - establishes a framework for the creative data collection and signal processing needed to solve many problems using ultrasonic nondestructive evaluation and structural health monitoring. The book can be used as a reference in ultrasonic nondestructive evaluation by professionals and as a textbook for seniors and graduate students. This work extends the coverage of Rose's earlier book Ultrasonic Waves in Solid Media.Gao and Rose (2007) also considered the excitability of the points in the group velocity dispersion curve space. ... excitability can be defined as the normalized particle velocity at the excitation surface as shown in Figure D.4, in direction x3. ... Note that an alternate approach to this problem would be to simply evaluate a group velocity measurement as an indicator ... in through transmission, or by a Fourier transform of a pulse in through transmission, it becomes possible to estimate theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ultrasonic Guided Waves in Solid Media|
|Author||:||Joseph L. Rose|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2014-08-11|