sound ray

sound ray

An imaginary line emanating from a sound source which indicates the direction of propagation of the sound waves.
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METHODS & MATERIAL: This study of 500 antenatal females was performed by a real-time 2D scanner FF Sonic 4500 by an electronic USG probe convex in pattern this convex electronic probe have advancement on mechanical probe and linear electronic probe as convex probe explores maximum area of observation as sonic rays covers in a triangular patterns while linear electronic probe covers only its size compatible parallel area as sound rays moves in straight direction only and come back to produced its image on the monitor, linear probe engaged maximum abdominal surface are and only that covered area is scanned while in convex probe whether it is cardiac or Abdominal electronic probe sonar waves travel to make a triangle and come back to produced image.
I= t delivers sound rays so powerful that according to a recent report in Defe= nse News, anyone hearing them within 10 meters is instantly killed.
Another possibility is to describe the sound field in a room by sound particles moving around along sound rays. Such a geometrical model is using the simulation of sound in large rooms, for example the Ray tracing method and the Image Source Method.