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Multilayered material characterization by the Lamb wave lens

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3 Author(s)
Degertekin, F.L. ; Bilkent Univ., Ankara Univ., Turkey ; Atalar, A. ; Koymen, H.

The Lamb wave lens excites only one of the possible leaky modes in a multilayered structure at a time by generating conical wavefronts at a fixed incidence angle. In multilayered structures, correct interpretation of the acoustic images requires identification of the layer or interface which is responsible for a particular mode. The Poynting vetor, which is a measure of acoustic energy flow, can be used for this purpose. Calculated and measured curves for a layered material with different interface conditions at a wide frequency range are presented. The variation of Poynting vector components for different frequencies and interfaces as a function of depth and lateral position is calculated. The lateral component of the Poynting vector shows that particular modes are predominantly present in one of the layers or interfaces

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Ultrasonics Symposium, 1992. Proceedings., IEEE 1992

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20-23 Oct 1992

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