A Review Characterization of Some Material Oxides using Ultrasonic Techniques
Keywords:Ultrasonic, Graphite Nodularity, Sound Velocity, Attenuation
Several technological advances have begun in the industry today. With more advances comes a greater risk of errors. Ultrasound techniques are one of the best known methods for detecting defects and increasing efficiency. There are many variations of this technology and each has its own application depending on the needs of the situation. This paper provides an overview of general ultrasound technology and also describes the characterization of materials using ultrasound testing.
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