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Wide-Field, Low-Cost Mapping of Power Ultrasound Fields in Water by Time-Average Moiré Deflectometry

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Characterization of acoustic fields in the power ultrasound range in water is a common problem in diverse application areas like sonochemistry, biomedicine, or industrial cleaning. Different approaches exist for the visualization and mapping of such acoustic fields, being a classical solution the mechanical scanning with pressure sensors (typically, hydrophones) over a grid of points [1]. For high intensity ultrasound, the analysis of bubbles trajectory has also been employed [2]. Alternative optical techniques are the scanning of a pointwise sensor (PIV, LDV) [3, 4], and also full field techniques like deflectometry or schlieren [5], smooth wavefront interferometry [6], holographic interferometry [7], ESPI and similar interferometric speckle techniques [4] or light diffraction tomography [8].

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Fontán, L.M., Fernández, J.L., Doval, Á.F., Meniño, J.L., Trillo, C., López-Vázquez, J.C. (2014). Wide-Field, Low-Cost Mapping of Power Ultrasound Fields in Water by Time-Average Moiré Deflectometry. In: Osten, W. (eds) Fringe 2013. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-36359-7_104

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