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Development, characterisation and applications of ultrasonic transducers for NDT

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The ultrasonic non-destructive testing technique continues to spread its wings covering new materials, different test conditions, different testing techniques and higher accuracy, sensitivity and reliability. This usually results in the demand of a new type of transducer. The development of ultrasonic transducers in India started with the indigenous production of piezoelectric ceramics in early 60s. This article gives a report on the course followed by transducer development including methods of characterisation.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2003

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