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Aziz Rehman
Aziz Rehman
02:10 Oct-30-2001
Temperature Vs. Velocity for Rexolite

Dear Sir !

Have any one of you done some ultrasonic velocity measurements for Wedge Materials (e.g. Rexolite, Lucite, Plexiglas, etc... ) for different temperatures (from Room temperatures to about 120 deg. C).

It would be really nice, if someonce convey me the results for the wedge plastics for some Temperature/Velocity curves.

Best regards.


 
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Etingen I.
Etingen I.
03:20 Oct-31-2001
Re: Temperature Vs. Velocity for Rexolite
Hello!
I have got results of ultrasonic velocity Cl measurements only for Plexiglas
(from -50 till 50 deg. C):
Cl=2670-3(t-20), m/s (t, deg. C)

Best regards.
Etingen I.

: Dear Sir !
.
: Have any one of you done some ultrasonic velocity measurements for Wedge Materials (e.g. Rexolite, Lucite, Plexiglas, etc... ) for different temperatures (from Room temperatures to about 120 deg. C).
.
: It would be really nice, if someonce convey me the results for the wedge plastics for some Temperature/Velocity curves.
.
: Best regards.
.



 
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