Basics of the Ultrasonic Sound Field and why some of your training material might be misleading

By: Vrana GmbH - NDE Consulting and Solutions | Dec 08, 2020 22:53 PM
Basics of the Ultrasonic Sound Field and why some of your training material might be misleading

The Ultrasonic Sound Field is usually quite directional, limits the detectability, and leads to a close-meshed scanning pattern. To conduct a proper ultrasonic inspection or examination it is key to have a good understanding of the ultrasonic field. This video details the basics, including a discussion of the effect of the bandwidth on the sound field (which unfortunately is neglected in the bulk of the existing literature and training material). For any consulting or training on ultrasonic testing please get in contact with me. If you like this video please give a thumbs up and if you like the NDE 4.0 YouTube channel please subscribe. More videos on - NDE 4.0 - History of UT - Basics of Ultrasonic Testing and Sizing - Basic Ultrasonic Waveforms, Refraction & Snells Law - Phased Array UT - Automated UT


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