The Ultrasonic Measurement of Stress on Ferrous Plate
It has recently been shown that one can measure stress, in the presence of texture, or other metallurgical variables, by comparing the velocities of horizontally polarized (SH) ultrasonic waves propagating in orthogonal directions [1,2].
KeywordsLorentz Force Stress Measurement Ferritic Steel Polarize Shear Wave Transit Time Variation
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