Location

Ithaca, NY

Start Date

1978 12:00 AM

Description

The use of ultrasonic imaging systems for non-destructive evaluation is increasing, with particular interest being paid to research into real time and quasi-real time imaging systems. Photos are shown which were taken using an electronically scanned and focused real time ultrasonic imaging system. The system can be operated with longitudinal waves, shear waves, Rayleigh waves, and lamb waves in the 1.5 MHz to 3.5 MHz frequency range, and has been successfully used on composite materials (boron fiber epoxy on titanium) and on a number of metals (steel, aluminum, and titanium). This system has been operated in both transmission and reflection modes; examples of each are shown.

Book Title

Proceedings of the ARPA/AFML Review of Progress in Quantitative NDE

Chapter

8. New Technology Roots

Pages

359-363

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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Ultrasonic Imaging Systems

Ithaca, NY

The use of ultrasonic imaging systems for non-destructive evaluation is increasing, with particular interest being paid to research into real time and quasi-real time imaging systems. Photos are shown which were taken using an electronically scanned and focused real time ultrasonic imaging system. The system can be operated with longitudinal waves, shear waves, Rayleigh waves, and lamb waves in the 1.5 MHz to 3.5 MHz frequency range, and has been successfully used on composite materials (boron fiber epoxy on titanium) and on a number of metals (steel, aluminum, and titanium). This system has been operated in both transmission and reflection modes; examples of each are shown.