Evaluation of Various Interface Layer Models for Ultrasonic Inspection of Weak Bonds
ideal rigid boundary conditions (or welded bond), considered as perfect bonding,
ideal smooth boundary conditions (or kissing bond), considered as a weak bond,
weak boundary conditions, the bond between the rigid and smooth limits,
intermediate layer between two solid media, to account for weak bonding.
KeywordsDispersion Curve Adhesive Bond Bond Line Transmission Factor Reflection Factor
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