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design of ultrasonic waveguide system for time delay applications

Thomas James Davis

design of ultrasonic waveguide system for time delay applications

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    Statementby Thomas James Davis.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination91 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages91
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14285703M

    An ultrasound waveguide as claimed in claim 37 wherein, the target object is the lumbar region of a human body. The outer diameter is typically about 1 mm. In practice a first estimate of the approximate level of the probe position can be obtained by counting interspinous spaces from the continuous echogenic signal of the sacrum. This property can be a useful tool in investigating the viscosity of materials. The other end of the tube has means for transmitting the propagating ultrasonic wave therethrough.

    The dotted blue line in Fig. More complicated results are obtained for flexible tubes filled with fluid. The ultrasound waveguide 3 can be further seen to comprise a channel 9 extending from a hypotenuse face 10 of the right angled isosceles prism section 4 through to the planar anterior face 6. These devices, limited to low ultrasonic frequencies, have a number of industrial applications, including drying, ultrasonic cleaning, and injection of fuel oil into burners. An ultrasound waveguide as claimed in claim 1 wherein an acoustic absorber is included in the channel. The ratio of wall thickness to internal diameter is preferably no more than 0.

    However, the finite width of the strips has a significant effect on the propagation characteristics of the guided waves. The manufacturing of biodiesel from vegetable oils or animal fats, involves the base-catalyzed transesterification of fatty acids with methanol or ethanol to give the corresponding methyl esters or ethyl esters. The speed of propagation of an ultrasonic wave is strongly dependent on the viscosity of the medium. Additionally, we have examined the effect of thermal gradients on the average sound speed and dispersion characteristics of such strip waveguides. However, it will be appreciated by those skilled in the art that the methods and apparatus described apply equally to the location or identification of various anatomical features of a patient for any purpose. This property can be a useful tool in investigating the viscosity of materials.


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Design of ultrasonic waveguide system for time delay applications book

A method as claimed in claim 56 wherein, the method includes the additional step of displaying an image of the needle in relation to the target object.

Likewise equivalent to an MU50 minus certain digital effects plus VL70m. The traveling wave is a continuous wave, or "burst", which travels along the tube 4 and radiates out a window 12 installed in an end cap Ultrasonic cavitation generates high shear forces that break particle agglomerates into single dispersed particles.

The window material should be made of a material with acoustic impedance close to that of the fluid e. The cores are dry-etched, and a thin encapsulating oxide layer is then deposited and planarized with chemical mechanical polishing.

This waveguide employs traveling ultrasonic waves in specific modes of propagation at a pre-selected central frequency and bandwidth in order to produce a remote source or detector of pulsed ultrasound.

Reverberations and reflections are controlled by the rubber membrane 11 behind the diaphragm 9, which is an efficient absorber of ultrasonic energy. Particular examples of such procedures include: Obstetric surgery, such as trial of forceps, caesarean section emergency or electivemanual removal of retained products of conception, repair of third degree perineal tear a Lower limb orthopaedic surgery, such as hip, knee or ankle replacements Gynaecological surgery, such as hystectomy, oophectomy, or pelvic clearance for neoplasm General surgery, such as panproctocolectomy, Hartmanns procedure, gastectomy, Whipple's procedure Cardiothoracic surgery, such as coronary artery bypass grafting, valve replacement, pneumonectomy, pleurodiesis Transplant surgery, such as cardiac, hepatic, lung or renal transplants This type of anaesthetic is referred to as a central neuroaxial block.

In addition to that the cell wall material is being broken into small debris. This is an important consideration in shipboard equipment planning where space and weight are major problems. Waveguide TE transverse electric and TM transverse magnetic modes. This can reduce the attenuation, but requires a metal-walled waveguide due to the high density of mercury.

In this work, the effect of the waveguide's small rectangular cross-section has been studied. In normal operation, an OBR measures an interferogram versus source frequency by interfering the tunable frequency source with the reflection of that source from the device under test DUT [ 12 ].

An example of such an occasion occurs when there is a need to provide a patient with a local anaesthetic in the sub-arachnoid or epidural space region, either directly or via a catheter.

The internal diameter of the preferred circular tube is in the millimeter regime, preferably from 0. We also demonstrate the measurement of amplitude and phase error distributions in an AWG using an optical backscatter reflectometer. The channel calculated from the amplitude and phase error distribution from Fig.

SUMMARY OF INVENTION

The effect on attenuation is shown in FIG. Ultrasonic waveguides are known which comprise thin metal rods. Along the length of a normal transmission line, both electric and magnetic fields are perpendicular transverse to the direction of wave travel. An ultrasound probe as claimed in claim 39 further comprising a display for displaying an image produced in response to a signal generated by the ultrasound probe.

Ultrasonics: Applications and Processes

Second, the phase velocity is slightly variable with frequency. Heideman, D. This effect can be shown by defining the attenuation number: EQU3 The amplitude attenuation in decibels can be derived from the attenuation number as follows: EQU4 wherein L and Di are respectively the length and internal diameter of the tube.

Describe the development of the various types of waveguides in terms of their advantages and disadvantages. From FIGS.Intended for first year graduate students, this book addresses the basic problems associated with a waveguide as a communication medium.

It includes studies of metallic cylindrical waveguides, surface impedance waveguides, dielectrical and open waveguides and natural waveguides. Special attention is paid to millimetric and optical waveguides.2/5(1).

However, modern electronic design and instrument manufacturing practices are making echo-based level instruments more and more practical for industrial applications.

At the time of this writing (), it is common practice in some industries to replace old displacer level instruments with guided-wave radar instruments, even in demanding. The TE 10 mode is the dominant mode of a rectangular waveguide with a>b, since it has the lowest attenuation of all modes.

Either m or n can be zero, but not both. to provide me with ready access to commonly needed formulas and reference material while performing my work as an RF system and circuit design engineer.

The Internet was. Our team is growing all the time, so we’re always on the lookout for smart people who want to help us reshape the world of scientific publishing. Open access peer-reviewed chapter Modelling the Generation and Propagation of Ultrasonic Signals in Cylindrical WaveguidesCited by: Multiple temperature sensors embedded in an ultrasonic “spiral-like” waveguide Multiple temperature sensors embedded in an ultrasonic “spiral-like” waveguide AIP on spiral-like waveguides are limited to optical/microwave domain and have been used for applications such as devising a delay/filter circuit, design of antennas or Cited by: 3.

An ultrasonic technique, invariant to temperature changes, for a density measurement of different liquids under in situ extreme conditions is presented. The influence of geometry and material parameters of the measurement system (transducer, waveguide, matching layer) on measurement accuracy and reliability is analyzed theoretically along with experimental results.

The proposed method is based Cited by: 5.