Introduction to Phased Array Ultrasonic Technology Applications

Introduction to Phased Array Ultrasonic Technology Applications
by Olympus


1. Basic Concepts of Phased Array Ultrasonic Technology
1.1 Principles
1.2 Delay Laws, of Focal Laws
1.3 Basic Components of a Phased Array Systems
1.4 Basic Scanning and Imaging

2. Main Formulas and Ultrasonic Reference Data
2.1 Physics of Ultrasonics-Definitions
2.2 Some Common Velocities and Wavelengths
2.3 Sound Pressure Formulas
2.4 Example of Temperature Effects
2.5 Circular Transducers
2.6 Beam Divergence
2.7 Rectangular Probes
2.8 Focused Sound Fields
2.9 Time-Frequency Response
2.10 Probe Classifications Based on BW
2.11 Ultrasonic Beam Interaction with Test Place/Reflectors
2.12 Attenuation
2.13 Defect Sizing Using Diffraction and Mode-COnversion Techniques
2.14 Testing ROund Parts
2.15 Measuring the Lenghts of Small Defects
2.16 Reliability of Ultrasonic Inspection

3. Probes and Ultrasonic Field Formula
3.1 Piezocomposite Materials
3.2 Piesocomposite Manufacture
3.3 Types of Phased Array Probes for Industrial Applications
3.4 Linear Arrays
3.5 Dynamic Depth Focusing
3.6 Probe on the Wedge
3.7 Beam Deflection on the Wedge
3.8 2-D Matrix Phased Array Probes
3.9 Focal Law Calculator
3.10 Standard Array Probes
3.11 Other Array Features
3.12 Phased Array Simulation Software
3.13 Probe Design
3.14 Ultrasonic Setup Details
3.15 Probe Identification
3.16 Probe Characterization and Periodic Checking
3.17 R/D Tech Probes for the OmniScan

4. Scanning Patterns and Views
4.1 Scanning Patterns
4.2 Ultrasonic Views

5. Applications
5.1 R/D Tech Instruments
5.2 On-Site Equipment Checking
5.3 Active Element Integritiy Checking
5.4 Ray Tracing
5.5 Aerospaces
5.6 Energy
5.7 Pressure Vessel Construction Weld Inspection
5.8 Pipeline Phased Arrays
5.9 Miscellaneous Applications
5.10 Mills and Manufacturing
5.11 Railroad Transportation
5.12 Portable Phased Array Applications

6. Conclusion and Recommendations

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