Transient Lamb Wave Velocity Determination Using Holographic Mapping of Spatial Feautres of Propagating Waves
Measurement of surface displacements resulting from acoustic wave propagation in solids has been used extensively in determining elastic properties of materials ,. Additionally, examination of acoustic wave propagation in materials has been used as a nondestructive tool in testing the integrity of structures, evaluating the size and position of bulk material defects, determining material dimensions, and in general, characterizing a number of material or structural parameters .
KeywordsGroup Velocity Plate Thickness Composite Plate Surface Displacement Lamb Wave
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