ultrasonic transducer


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ultrasonic transducer

A device used in ultrasound that sends and receives the sound wave signal.
See: probe; illustration
See also: transducer
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Subsequently, the residual wall thickness at the position of the ultrasonic transducer was measured by a magnetic-inductive thickness measuring device (Magna-Mike 8000, Panametrics GmbH, Hofheim, Germany).
A system was developed for coupling the ultrasonic transducers to rough-sawn timbers.
APWP signals offer the possibility to match the bandwidth of the ultrasonic transducer or even the whole signal transmission channel.
For a double flow rotor, with 10 wheels of attachments, this means it may be necessary to position the ultrasonic transducer 50 to 60 times, which can take two to three 12-hour shifts, a lengthy and costly interval," explained Paul Sabourin, project manager at EPRI's Non-Destructive Evaluation Center in Charlotte, N.
An additional measurement should be carried out where transducers were placed against each other with no gap in order to compensate the ToF bias error caused by signal propagation in electronics, cabling and ultrasonic transducers.
UDACS uses a piezoelectric ultrasonic transducer installed on the back of the mold-cavity plate.
This causes an ultrasonic transducer to emit a pulse that contacts the hand.
Quality of the image obtained is defined by the imaging method used, ultrasonic transducer and signal acquisition electronics.
An ultrasonic transducer about the size of a pencil eraser is installed in the bearing itself.