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amir
amir
05:04 Jan-17-2008
about dispersion curve tracing

Hi anybody,
I nedd some information to tracing dispersion curves.
If anybody know about tihs method please aware me.
Best Regards
Amir


 
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Michael Moles †2014 *1948
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08:01 Jan-17-2008
Re: about dispersion curve tracing
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hi anybody,
: I nedd some information to tracing dispersion curves.
: If anybody know about tihs method please aware me.
: Best Regards
: Amir
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Contact Ed Ginzel at eginzel@mri.on.ca.
Michael




 
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Thomas Vogt
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Guided Ultrasonics Ltd, United Kingdom, Joined Apr 2007, 22

Thomas Vogt

R & D, - -
Guided Ultrasonics Ltd,
United Kingdom,
Joined Apr 2007
22
08:07 Jan-17-2008
Re: about dispersion curve tracing
Hi Amir,

I assume you are after dispersion curves for ultrasonic guided waves.

Are you after commercially available software? In which case try this link for a programme called "Disperse":
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/ndt/public/productservice/disperse.htm
You can download a demo version and have a look.

If you are planning to write your own code for tracing dispersion curves or want to use FE modelling, it would be good to know what structure you want the dispersion curves of in order to point you in the right direction - there is a large number of papers on this subject.

Regards,
Tom

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: Hi anybody,
: I nedd some information to tracing dispersion curves.
: If anybody know about tihs method please aware me.
: Best Regards
: Amir
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