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Influence of natural and initial acoustoelastic coefficients on residual stress evaluation: Theory and experiment

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4 Author(s)
Duquennoy, Marc ; Institut d’Electronique et de Microélectronique du Nord, D.O.A.E. (UMR CNRS 9929), Université de Valenciennes, BP 311, 59304 Valenciennes Cedex, France ; Ouaftouh, Mohammadi ; Ourak, Mohamed ; Xu, Wei-Jiang

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The velocities of the ultrasonic bulk waves propagating in a prestressed material with orthorhombic symmetry are formulated in two frames of reference. From these velocities, acoustoelastic coefficients are theoretically determined with the natural and initial coordinates. For each acoustoelastic coefficient, the differences between its expressions according to the two systems of coordinates are then theoretically calculated and experimentally determined. From these results, the error on the residual stress evaluation due to the use of natural acoustoelastic coefficients rather than those defined with the initial coordinates is estimated. © 1999 American Institute of Physics.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:86 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

Sep 1999

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