Greetings! I recently became QDA, but i realised I don't truly understand the MaxRate measurement. Can anyone please explain (or post a link to an explanation) of how exactly the MaxRate measurement works? I know it finds the main part of the signal, and then measures its angle, but which are the criteria for selecting which part is to be used in measurement? What logic (rules and methods) does it use? Thanks in advance.
The conformability is obtained with a flexible membrane filled with water between the transducer and
the inspected component. The coupling between the membrane and the component requires a small quantity of water or couplant. The conformable wedge combines the acoustic performance of immersion technique with good coupling and low attenuation.
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