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11 June 2002 Transmission line matrix model for ultrasonic imaging
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A transmission-line matrix (TLM) model was developed to simulate the ultrasound propagation in the multi-layer structures. The spatial resolution of the proposed model is better than tenth wavelength. The numerical modeling is carried-out for frequencies that are usually used in ultrasound imagery (3.5 - 25MHz). The acoustic impedance profile of multi-layer structures considered are similar to those found in nondestructive evaluation and in medical imaging. The structures modeled are: brazed joints, stomach and colon walls. Structures with artificial flaws are also modeled. A comparison between real images and numerical generated ones is provided for each considered structure. Both frequency and time domain responses are obtained from the structures under investigation. Both single and array transducer techniques are modeled and their performances are evaluated for the proposed structures. Different shapes for the incident pulse are considered in numerically generated images.
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Razvan Ciocan, Nathan Ida, and Diana Driscoll "Transmission line matrix model for ultrasonic imaging", Proc. SPIE 4702, Smart Nondestructive Evaluation for Health Monitoring of Structural and Biological Systems, (11 June 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.469879
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