optoacoustic imaging

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optoacoustic imaging

imaging produced through analysis of heat-induced acoustic waves generated by laser irradiation of tissue.
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Aside from teaching, Abdel-Rahman has also devoted time to his research, specifically focusing on thermoacoustics and photonics.
An introduction to thermoacoustics is provided followed by the principle of operation, an overview of the employed numerical model, and finally results for a couple of light-duty gasoline engines varying in size.
The application of non-modal analysis to canonical problems has set the scene for step changes in engineering practice in fluid mechanics and thermoacoustics.
Thermoacoustics imaging is a hybrid modality which capitalizes on the contrast of microwave imaging combined with high resolution associated with ultrasound imaging.
Microwave radar (MR) and microwave-induced thermoacoustics (MITA) have emerged as promising techniques for detecting the breast malignancy.
Enter Steve Garrett of the Pennsylvania State University, a specialist in the science of thermoacoustics who had been working as Scientific Adviser to the US State Department's South-East Asia bureau.
The following technologies were selected for initial consideration for the alternative cooling technologies: thermoelectrics, magnetocalorics, thermoacoustics and the Stirling cycle.
Environmentally and socially conscious Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream has unveiled a prototype of a point-of-sale ice-cream freezer that runs on thermoacoustics.
The loudspeakers used in thermoacoustics do not need to produce a range of frequencies or tones like a radio.
The developing technology of thermoacoustics is showing that sound energy offers a relatively simple and environmentally friendly means to drive refrigerators, air conditioners, and other cooling systems.
with thermoacoustics and sonoluminescence, according to other experts in the