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By S. Christie, A. F. G. Wyatt (auth.), Eric A. Ash, C. R. Hill (eds.)

The formation of pictures by way of ultrasound is an interesting research, with well-established, but quickly growing to be, applic­ ations in drugs and with expanding relevance to a shockingly disparate set of difficulties within the non-destructive exam of fabrics and elements. the current quantity is a list of the study awarded on the 12th overseas Symposium on Acoustic Imaging, held in London in the course of July 1982. while, hence, it deals essentially a snap-shot in time of a swiftly constructing box, it's so equipped that it'll additionally function a high-speed access into the literature for somebody embarking, for the 1st time, on· researches during this department of utilized technology. As in earlier volumes, a few of the paintings mentioned is worried with issues which, while of serious value to the functionality of any imaging process, - e.g. transducers, sign processing won't deal with themselves to picture formation in step with se. a brand new departure is the inclusion of photo-acoustic imaging a topic of swiftly transforming into significance for lots of of a similar software components correct to acoustical imaging.

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Vol. 69, p. 407, March 1979. 2. I. A. Victorov, Rayleigh and Lamb Waves, (Plenum, New York, 1967} • 3. W. M. Ewing, W. S. Jardetzky, and F. Press, Elastic Waves in Layered Media, (McGraw-Hill, New York, 1957). ULTRASONIC FOCUSSING IN ABSORPTIVE FLUIDS M. A. Ash Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering University College London Torrington Place, London, WClE 7JE ABSTRACT In acoustic microscopy we are concerned with the focussing of ultrasound through absorptive fluid couplers. The resolution of the microscope increases linearly with frequency; on the other hand, for most classical fluids the absorption coefficient is proportional to the square of frequency.

IEEE, Vol. 67, pp. 1092-1114, 1979. 2. W. : "Planar Acoustic Microscopy Lens Using Rayleigh to Compressional Conversion", Elec. , Vol. 16, pp. 541-543, 1980. 3. W. : "Experiments with the Planar Acoustic Microscope Lens", Proc. IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, pp. 547-551, 1981. W. K. JEN 36 4. Toda, K. : "Acoustic Focusing Device with an Interdigital Transducer", J. Acoust. Soc. , Vol. 61, pp. 1033-1036, 1977. 5. M. : "Surface Charge and Field Distribution in a Finite SAW Transducer", IEEE Trans. MTT, Vol.

An object in contact with such an interface will inevitably couple some of the energy incident as a bulk wave into surface wave modes. If the object one is interested in imaging consists of subsurface flaws within a bulk solid, no "coverslip" will be required (assuming the solid's surface is optically reflective or can be coated with a reflector). Surface waves will still be generated at the solid-air interface in the form of genuine Rayleigh waves. While the SLAM is capable of optically limited measurement of periodic displacements of a reflecting surface, the lack of an ideal coverslip makes images of the acoustic fields passing through objects dependent on the acoustic frequency for resolution.

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