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Author Schmerr, Lester W., author.

Title Fundamentals of ultrasonic phased arrays / Lester W. Schmerr Jr.

Published Cham : Springer, [2014]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (xii, 377 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Series Solid Mechanics and Its Applications, 0925-0042 ; volume 215
Solid mechanics and its applications ; v.215. 0925-0042
Springer English/International eBooks 2015 - Full Set
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Preface; Article note; Contents; Chapter 1; Introduction; 1.1 An Overview; 1.2 Linear and 2-D Arrays; 1.3 Modeling Ultrasonic Phased Array Systems; 1.4 Book Outline; References; Chapter 2; Acoustic Field of a 1-D Array Element; 2.1 Single Element Transducer Models (2-D); 2.2 Far Field Waves; 2.3 Numerical Piston Element Models; 2.4 Line Source Models; 2.5 Radiation Through a Planar Interface; References; Chapter 3; Large, Single Element Transducer Models; 3.1 The Paraxial Approximation and a Fresnel Integral Model; 3.2 Beam Steering and Focusing of a Large Element; 3.2.1 Beam Steering
3.2.2 Steering in the Far Field3.2.3 Beam Focusing; 3.2.4 Beam Steering and Focusing; 3.3 Amplitude Weighting; 3.4 Multi-Gaussian Beam Model; 3.5 Summary; References; Chapter 4; Phased Array Beam Modeling (1-D Elements); 4.1 Phased Array Beam Models; 4.1.1 Far Field Behavior of an Array; 4.2 Array Beam Steering; 4.3 Array Beam Focusing; 4.4 Array Amplitude Weighting; 4.5 Array Beam Modeling Examples; 4.6 Use of Gaussians for Modeling Phased Array Beam Fields; 4.7 Beam Steering and Focusing through a Planar Interface; References; Chapter 5; Time Delay Laws (2-D)
5.1 Delay Laws for a Single Medium5.2 Steering and Focusing Through a Planar Interface; References; Chapter 6; Acoustic Field of a 2-D Array Element; 6.1 Single Element Transducer Models (3-D); 6.2 Far Field Waves; 6.3 Numerical Point Source Piston Model; 6.4 Contact Transducer Element Modeling; 6.5 Radiation Through a Planar Interface; 6.6 Gaussian Beam Equivalent Point Source Modeling; References; Chapter 7; Phased Array Beam Modeling (2-D Elements); 7.1 Phased Array Beam Models-Single Medium; 7.1.1 Far Field Behavior of an Array; 7.1.2 Beam Steering in 3-D
7.2 Radiation Through a Planar Interface7.3 Array Beam Modeling Examples; References; Chapter 8; Time Delay Laws (3-D); 8.1 Beam Steering in 3-D; 8.2 Beam Steering and Focusing in 3-D; 8.3 Beam Steering Through a Planar Interface; 8.4 Beam Steering and Focusing Through a Planar Interface; Reference; Chapter 9; Linear System Modeling of Phased Arrays; 9.1 Linear System Modeling and Sound Generation; 9.2 Linear System Modeling and Sound Reception; 9.3 The Reception Process and Grating Lobes; 9.4 Linear System Model of the Complete Ultrasonic Measurement Process; References; Chapter 10
Phased Array System Functions10.1 Acoustic/Elastic Transfer Function Models; 10.2 Array Element System Functions; References; Chapter 11; Measurement Models for Ultrasonic Arrays; 11.1 Reciprocity Relations; 11.2 An Ultrasonic Measurement Model for Immersion Setups; 11.3 An Ultrasonic Measurement Model for Contact Setups; 11.4 A Reduced Measurement Model for Small Flaws; 11.5 Measurement Models for Quantitative Imaging; 11.6 Measurement Models for 2-D Problems; References; Chapter 12 ; Imaging with Phased Arrays-An Introduction; 12.1 SAFT Imaging; 12.2 TFM Imaging
Summary This book describes in detail the physical and mathematical foundations of ultrasonic phased array measurements.?The book uses linear systems theory to develop a comprehensive model of the signals and images that can be formed with phased arrays. Engineers working in the field of ultrasonic nondestructive evaluation (NDE) will find in this approach a wealth of information on how to design, optimize and interpret ultrasonic inspections with phased arrays. The fundamentals and models described in the book will also be of significant interest to other fields, including the medical ultrasound and.
Other author SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Ultrasonic waves -- Industrial applications.
Ultrasonic testing.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319072722 (electronic bk.)
3319072722 (electronic bk.)
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-07272-2