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Title: Application of phased arrays in ultrasonic nondestructive testing
Authors: Fidel Castro Parimala Rangan
Samiru Alhassan
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Loyko, Olga Timofeevna
Keywords: фазированные решетки; ультразвуковой контроль; неразрушающий контроль; визуализация; компьютерное моделирование
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Томский политехнический университет
Citation: Fidel Castro Parimala Rangan. Application of phased arrays in ultrasonic nondestructive testing / Fidel Castro Parimala Rangan, Samiru Alhassan ; sci. adv. O. T. Loyko // Научная инициатива иностранных студентов и аспирантов российских вузов : сборник докладов X Всероссийской научно-практической конференции, Томск, 22-24 апреля 2020 г. — Томск : Изд-во ТПУ, 2020. — [С. 553-559].
Abstract: The object of the research is ultrasonic nondestructive testing. The purpose of the work is to make analytical comparison of the techniques for ultrasonic with phased arrays. In the course of research the most promising techniques for ultrasonic imaging with phased arrays was determined according to analytical study of literature sources. The comparison of these techniques was conducted by the application of computer simulations which was made in CIVA software. Results obtained through the simulations were verified via the real experiment. As a result of research the technique which provides the most quality imageries of internal structure of testing objects was defined. Basic structural, technological and technical-operational characteristics: Applies only to laboratory installation. Degree of implementation: Implementation of obtained results for the developing of advanced ultrasonic imaging systems. Application area: development of advanced ultrasonic imaging systems. Future prospects: the additional example of the inspection further explores the real world uses of on scale in NDE applications.
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