Dirksen C, Dasberg S (1993) Improved calibration of time domain reflectometry
soil water content measurements.
Determination of the complex permittivity from thin-sample time domain reflectometry
improved analysis of the step response waveform.
Knight JH, Ferre PA, Rudolph DL, Kachanoski RG (1997) Numerical analysis of the effects of coating and gaps upon relative dielectric permittivity measurement with time domain reflectometry
can be used to make sure that the overcoat does not penetrate the layers below.
This study is about the measurement and later analysis of cylindrical pipes by using acoustic reflectometry
Impedance measurements using time domain reflectometry
can be used for non-invasive in situ strain and damage sensing of composites.
Among all known diagnosis methods, reflectometry
is the most promising one.
time domain reflectometry
(TDR)) by proposing a new signal processing method based on time reversal for detecting and locating the soft faults in a wire network.
Examples of specific topics include the concentration of hydroxyl groups on glass surfaces and their effect on the structure of silane deposits, characterization of silane pretreatment for organic coatings on copper, hydrothermal degradation of hydrophobic organosilane films determined by neutron reflectometry
, water absorption and transport in bis-amino silane film, chromate-free silane-containing primer technology, zinc phosphate as an effective anticorrosion pigment in silane-based waterborn primers, application of nanosols to improve functional properties of p-aramide fabrics used for bullet-proof vests, and photocatalytic titania derived by sol-gel technique for textile application.
The researchers studied these multilayer stacks using a technique known as polarized neutron reflectometry
, in which a beam of neutrons is bounced off the stacks.
Laboratory spectroscopic reflectometry
is a niche market within the surface metrology market.
is a new technique in which a reflected beam of neutrons is used to reveal the composition and measure the thickness of very thin layers of materials without destroying them.