Engineers, scientists, and technologists will find here, for the first time, a clear and comprehensive account of applications of ultrasonics in the field of process control. Using numerous examples of high-volume, low-cost applications, the author illustrates how the use of new transducer materials and designs, combined with microprocessor-based electronics, make technical and financial sense for concepts that only a few years ago might have been of interest only to academicians. Some of the important topics covered include coupling, acoustic isolation, transducer and sensor design, and signal detection in the presence of noise.EDO Western Corp., Instruction Manual, Model 429 Doppler Current Meter, Rpt. No. ... see esp. papers by J.E. Coulter, T.P. Sherlock, J.R. Scheibel and S. Gehl; by M. Famiglietti and S. Ghia; by R.S. Evans, J.R. Scheibel, S.P. Da#39;Alessio and R.W. Yavorsky; by M.H. ... R.W. Faas, Analysis of the Relationship Between Acoustic Reflectivity and Sediment Porosity, Geophysics 34 (4), pp. 546-553 (Aug . 1969).
|Title||:||Ultrasonic Measurements for Process Control|
|Author||:||Lawrence C. Lynnworth|