ultrasonic transducer


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ultrasonic transducer

[¦əl·trə′sän·ik tranz′dü·sər]
(engineering acoustics)
A transducer that converts alternating-current energy above 20 kilohertz to mechanical vibrations of the same frequency; it is generally either magnetostrictive or piezoelectric.
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The ultrasonic transducers fixed on the experimental specimen are put into the temperature control box, and the experimental environment temperature is increased smoothly in the range of -20~70[degrees]C.
Hence, no signal can be detected by the second ultrasonic transducer.
For convenience, a thin layer of silicone gel couplant was used to adhere the dry couplant membrane to the ultrasonic transducer.
To help overcome this problem, ultrasonic transducer manufacturers can design special transducer configurations or increase the penetrating power of the ultrasonic sound wave.
Phase manipulated sequences have good properties of the correlation envelope but are not able to account the response of the ultrasonic transducer and their RF sidelobes are also high (defined by the chip size).
Covering in turn materials and design, modeling and characterizing, and applications, they consider such topics as piezoelectric ceramics for transducers, one-dimensional models of ultrasonic transducer performance, laser Doppler vibrometry for measuring vibration, transducers for non-destructive evaluation at high temperatures, and therapeutic ultrasound with an emphasis on applications to the brain.
A 40-kHz ultrasonic transducer is coupled to an aluminum horn whose circular tip is inserted through the mold flush with the inner surface of the mold cavity.
This involves using a single ultrasonic transducer to emit a beam at a fixed angle toward locations where cracks are likely.
The company offers over 4,000 high quality ultrasonic transducer types, ranging in frequency from 50 KHz to 150 MHz, according to the literature.
Part 2 Modelling and characterisation of ultrasonic transducers: Modelling ultrasonic transducer performance: One-dimensional models
A 2 MHz centre frequency ultrasonic transducer TF2C6N from Dopler Inc.