By Tribikram Kundu, Dominique Placko
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Let us note that the time of arrival is directly proportional to the depth of the reflecting surface. Thus, the time axis represents the plate thickness 32 Advanced Ultrasonic Methods for Material and Structure Inspection direction. Darker regions in the image indicate stronger reflected signal zones. 13 (middle), in addition to the dark regions produced by the strong reflected beams from the top surface and the bottom surface of the plate. When the transducer is moved in a plane parallel to the specimen surface and the peak value of the received signal is plotted as a function of the transducer position, then the generated image is called the C-scan image.
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2. Time reversal acoustics Let one end (end A) of a material be excited by an ultrasonic signal f(t) and the other end (end B) be the received signal recorded as g(t). 19) then the recorded signal at end A will be –f*(t). If the material is linear then f*(t) will be identical to f(t) but if the material is non-linear then f*(t) will be different from f(t). 38 Advanced Ultrasonic Methods for Material and Structure Inspection Therefore, by comparing f*(t) and f(t) one can indirectly measure the degree of nonlinearity in the material.
Advanced Ultrasonic Methods for Material and Structure Inspection by Tribikram Kundu, Dominique Placko