Further Chapters: Ultrasonic Beam Profile Modelling

by E.A.Ginzel & F.H.C.Hotchkiss *

6. Charts and Graphs

7. Comments on Charts and Graphs

8. Trends

9. Comparison of Beam Spread Determination Using dB Drop from Maximum and dB Drop to DAC

10. Comparison of Theoretical with Actual Values


  1. British Standards, BS 4331 Part 3, British Standards Institution, 1987
  2. DIN 25 450, Ultrasonic Test Equipment for Manual Testing, Deutsche Industrie Normen, 1990
  3. ESI Standard 98-12, Calibration and Routine Performance Checks of Ultrasonic NDT Equipment, Electricity Supply Industry, 1989
  4. ASTM E-1065, American Society for Testing and Materials, Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Vol. 03.03, 1996
  5. Mair, D.H., Measurement of Hydrogen in Zr-2.5%Nb Using High Accuracy Velocity Ratio Measurements, Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE, Vol. 12, Plenum Press 1992
  6. Duncan, D., Computer Simulation of Ultrasonic Testing, Proceedings of Ultrasonics International 85, London, UK, 1985
  7. Wuestenberg, H., Erhard, A., Approximative Modeling for the Practical Application at Ultrasonic Inspections, UT Online Journal (../../../index.html) May 1997
  8. Krautkramer, J. & H., Ultrasonic Testing of Materials, Third English edition (page 68) Springer-Verlag, 1983
  9. Hall, K.G., Observing ultrasonic wave propogation by stroboscopic visualization methods, Ultrasonics, Butterworth Press, July 1982
  10. Hotchkiss, F.H.C., personal notes, 1981


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