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Anish Chandran
Other, As Systems Engineer at TCS for 3 years and Lecturer in Govt College for a period of 9 months
India, Joined Sep 2014, 5

Anish Chandran

Other, As Systems Engineer at TCS for 3 years and Lecturer in Govt College for a period of 9 months
Joined Sep 2014
08:59 Sep-16-2015
Modelling angular beam profile.

How can we trace the beam path of an angular probe with a specified angle.?? What difference it would make with respect to a normal probe? I know that for a normal probe its quiet straight forward and all we need to tak care is with respect to nearfield, focus dia, beam divergence etc. Is it the same for angular beam also?? Or do we need to take into account the mode conversion phenomena and other parameters and will it make any difference in beam profile path. Please help.....

China, Joined May 2016, 6


Joined May 2016
03:11 May-19-2016
Re: Modelling angular beam profile.
In Reply to Anish Chandran at 08:59 Sep-16-2015 (Opening).

I also want the answer very much, is there anyone know the angle beam profile, better is the fomula, the relationship of sound path and the beam profile.
Thanks a lot.

but here I can confirm that angle probe has also near field as normal probe, also beam dibergence, and so on. the only difference is the direction is changed.


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