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Phil Harper
Director, Tribosonics
Tribosonics Ltd, United Kingdom, Joined Feb 2004, 9

Phil Harper

Director, Tribosonics
Tribosonics Ltd,
United Kingdom,
Joined Feb 2004
9
01:06 Jul-05-2005
Novel Technique for Measuring Acoustic Impedence

Hi,

We have possibly developed a novel technique for measuring acoustic impedence. All that is involved it placing a special probe on the material in question and the acoustic impedence is imediately calculated.

Does anyone think this would be of any use?

Best regards,


    
 
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Ingolf Hertlin
Ingolf Hertlin
04:08 Jul-05-2005
Re: Novel Technique for Measuring Acoustic Impedence
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hi,
: We have possibly developed a novel technique for measuring acoustic impedence. All that is involved it placing a special probe on the material in question and the acoustic impedence is imediately calculated.
: Does anyone think this would be of any use?
: Best regards,
------------ End Original Message ------------

That sounds interesting! I would like to get some more information. Please send to I.Hertlin@rte.de

Best regards
Ingolf Hertlin
RTE Akustik + Prüftechnik
Germany
www.rte.de, www.rte-acoustics.com




    
 
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Luis Marques
Luis Marques
09:19 Jul-05-2005
Re: Novel Technique for Measuring Acoustic Impedence
I am not an expert on ultrasonics but I think that your technique could be useful on the devloping of special couplants.

Regards

Luis Marques


----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hi,
: We have possibly developed a novel technique for measuring acoustic impedence. All that is involved it placing a special probe on the material in question and the acoustic impedence is imediately calculated.
: Does anyone think this would be of any use?
: Best regards,
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
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Francesca
Francesca
00:32 Sep-05-2005
Re: Novel Technique for Measuring Acoustic Impedence
Hi, I could be interested.
Your method is suitable for which kind of material?
Could you send me some more informations?

That is my mail address:
francesca_gelli@virgilio.it
Thank you,
Francesca

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hi,
: We have possibly developed a novel technique for measuring acoustic impedence. All that is involved it placing a special probe on the material in question and the acoustic impedence is imediately calculated.
: Does anyone think this would be of any use?
: Best regards,
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
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beastiality
01:34 Nov-26-2006
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