multiple reflection

multiple reflection

[′məl·tə·pəl ri′flek·shən]
(geophysics)
A seismic wave which has more than one reflection. Also known as repeated reflection; secondary reflection.
(optics)
Reflection of light back and forth several times between a pair of strongly reflecting surfaces.
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Adamowski, "Ultrasonic densitometer using a multiple reflection technique", IEEE Trans.
With a rigorous theoretical analysis, he derived expressions for estimating the uncertainty in the far field due to scan area truncation, probe positioning inaccuracies, instrumentation errors, and multiple reflection errors.
total] is the sum of SEs due to absorption (A), reflection (R), and multiple reflection (B), i.
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Multiple reflection triggers in the form of questions are provided to guide mentors' reflections about the quality of the learning experience and the effect of MOB on their personal and vocational development.
There are many rays which arrive at the observation point (detector) at the same time owing to the multiple reflection and the mode conversion of the incident P (longitudinal) ray or S (shear) ray emitted from the force source in the layer.
Reflectance is the ratio of reflected power to incident power due to a single component, whereas ORL refers to the total effect of multiple reflection points from a fiber-optic system.
Multiple reflection from ice crystals and the clouds prevent shadows forming, and all sense of direction and balance may be lost.
As a result, it can be seen that what might be interpreted as a failure of the DUT may in fact be the result of a multiple reflection between the test assembly and the interface or between the test assembly and one discontinuity of the DUT.
7] The multiple reflection effects must be deconvolved to achieve better accuracy in impedance measurements.
1 soundfield by reproducing the entire sonic signature, and its multiple reflection tails, which can often vary significantly in level and spectral balance from the direct sound.

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