·Table of Contents ·Methods and Instrumentation | Simulation of Voltage Waveform Converted from Sound Pressure in Ultrasonic TestYoshio UDAGAWAImaging Supersonic Laboratories Co.,Ltd. 12-7 Tezukayamanakamachi Nara Japan 6310063 Osami KOBORI Osaka Sangyo University 3-1-1 Nakagaito Daito-Shi Japan 5748530 Contact |
Fig 1: Excitation by step shaped function and sound pressure | Fig 2: Reflection of wave from reflector |
Fig 3: Incident to parallel model |
Fig 4: Sound pressure and graphic differentiation |
Fig 5: (a) Received voltage by directly connected transducer | Fig 5: (b) Graphic integration of Fig.5 (a) |
Fig 5: Simulation of sound pressure by integration |
Fig 6: (a) RF out put voltage waveform after amplifier | Fig 6: (b) Graphic integration of Fig.6 (a) |
Fig 6: Simulation of sound pressure by integration |
Fig 7: Reflected waveform of 30 model |
Fig 8: (a) Received voltage by directly connected transducer | Fig 8: (b) Graphic integration of Fig.8(a) |
Fig 8: Simulation of sound pressure by integration |
Fig 9: (a) RF out put voltage waveform after amplifier e | Fig 9: (b) Graphic integration of Fig .9(a) |
Fig 9: Simulation of sound pressure by integration |
Fig 10: Waveform at 1Mohm | Fig 11: Waveform at 100ohm |
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