Note on ultrasonic tomography
Ultrasonic tomography is being explored as a potential tool to map residual stresses in solids. The angular scanning required in tomography imposed limitations on the stress configuration adaptable to such a treatment. These are discussed in the following note.
Key wordsUltrasonic tomography residual stress NDE
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