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Philippe Rubbers
Engineering
SCM, South Africa, Joined Nov 1998, 22

Philippe Rubbers

Engineering
SCM,
South Africa,
Joined Nov 1998
22
09:52 Oct-15-2003
Ultrasonic B-Scan simulations

Dear colleagues.

I am trying to find a software package that generates simulated B-Scans and or sector scans from the geometry of a component and probe specifications. The packages I have found only show the beam paths, but do not generate simulated B-Scan (or sector scans). Typical applications would be for a turbine blade root inspection, such that the expected signal can be calculated prior to an inspection (with mode conversions, 2nd echo's etc).

If there is a package out there that can do this, please let me know.

Best regards


 
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Joerg Schulze-Clewing
Joerg Schulze-Clewing
01:07 Oct-15-2003
Re: Ultrasonic B-Scan simulations
Philippe, this might be a tough one. You could contact
the folks at www.sonotech.de . Eventhough they are mostly
working in medical they know a lot about simulation. A
long time ago I saw one of their med B-Mode simulations
and it impressed me.

Regards, Joerg.

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Dear colleagues.
: I am trying to find a software package that generates simulated B-Scans and or sector scans from the geometry of a component and probe specifications. The packages I have found only show the beam paths, but do not generate simulated B-Scan (or sector scans). Typical applications would be for a turbine blade root inspection, such that the expected signal can be calculated prior to an inspection (with mode conversions, 2nd echo's etc).
: If there is a package out there that can do this, please let me know.
: Best regards
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Sim
Sim
01:18 Jan-17-2004
Re: Ultrasonic B-Scan simulations
A software package that generates simulated B-Scan could be found at:
http://www.es.oersted.dtu.dk/staff/jaj/field/



 
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Tadeusz Stepinski
R & D
Uppsala University, Sweden, Joined Nov 1998, 14

Tadeusz Stepinski

R & D
Uppsala University,
Sweden,
Joined Nov 1998
14
01:27 Jan-21-2004
Re: Ultrasonic B-Scan simulations
We at Uppsala University have developed software tool DREAM that may be helpful. It can be used for simulations of acoustic fields generated by different shapes of transducers.
It is freeware that can be downlowaded from
http://www.signal.uu.se/Toolbox/dream/

The software you need is available from Force Institute in Danmark under trademark UltraSIM.
http://www.force.dk/gb/default.htm
If you are interested contact directly:
Head of Division: Leif Jeppesen
Telephone (direct): +45 4326-7233
e-mail: lej@force.dk

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: A software package that generates simulated B-Scan could be found at:
: http://www.es.oersted.dtu.dk/staff/jaj/field/
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