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Materials and Acoustics Handbook

  • ID: 2179119
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  • 942 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Written by a group of acoustics and vibration specialists, this book studies the acoustic and vibrating phenomena that occur in diverse materials used for all kinds of purposes. The first part studies the fundamental aspects of propagation: analytical, numerical and experimental. The second part outlines industrial and medical applications. Covering a wide range of topics that associate materials science with acoustics, this will be of invaluable use to researchers, engineers, or practitioners in this field, as well as students in acoustics, physics, and mechanics.
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Foreword xvii

Preface xxi

PART 1. HOMOGENOUS AND HOMOGENOUS STRATIFIEDMEDIA: LINEARMODEL OF PROPAGATION 1

Chapter 1. Equations of Propagation 3Jean–François DE BELLEVAL, Catherine POTEL and Philippe GATIGNOL

Chapter 2. Interaction of a Plane Wave and a Plane Interface  29Philippe GATIGNOL, Catherine POTEL and Jean François DE BELLEVAL

Chapter 3. Propagation of Plane Waves in Multilayered Media 61Catherine POTEL, Jean François DE BELLEVAL, Michel CASTAINGS and Philippe GATIGNOL

Chapter 4. Propagation in Continuously Stratified Media 97Cécile BARON, Olivier PONCELET, Alexander SHUVALOV and Marc DESCHAMPS

Chapter 5. Modal Waves in Plane Structures 113Philippe GATIGNOL, Catherine POTEL and Jean François DE BELLEVAL

PART 2. POROUS AND STRATIFIED POROUSMEDIA LINEAR MODELS OF PROPAGATION 147

Introduction to Part 2 149Denis LAFARGE

Chapter 6. The Equivalent Fluid Model 153Denis LAFARGE

Chapter 7. Biot s Model 205Denis LAFARGE

Chapter 8. Propagation Equations in the Time Domain 229Zine EL ABIDINE FELLAH, Mohamed FELLAH and Claude DEPOLLIER

Chapter 9. Scattering in Porous Media 277Denis LAFARGE

Chapter 10. Stratified Porous Media 285Bruno BROUARD

Chapter 11. Surface Wave Propagation 317Jean–François ALLARD and Michel HENRY

Chapter 12. The Finite Element Method for Porous Materials 327Olivier DAZEL and Nicolas DAUCHEZ

PART 3. EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL METHODS 339

Chapter 13. Transducer for Bulk Waves 341Daniel ROYER

Chapter 14. Modeling of Ultrasonic Beams 359Jean–François DE BELLEVAL, Nicolas GENGEMBRE, Alain LHÉMERY and Pierre CALMON

Chapter 15. Time–Reversal of Waves 399Mickaël TANTER and Mathias FINK

Chapter 16. Introduction to Inverse Scattering in Acoustics and Elasticity 413Marc LAMBERT, Marc BONNET and Dominique LESSELIER

PART 4. NONLINEAR ACOUSTICS 431

Chapter 17. Nonlinear Acoustic Phenomena in Micro–inhomogenous Media 433Vitalyi GUSEV, Vincent TOURNAT and Bernard CASTAGNÈDE

Chapter 18. Non–destructive Evaluation of Micro–inhomogenous Solids by Nonlinear Acoustic Methods 473Vincent TOURNAT, Vitalyi GUSEV and Bernard CASTAGNÈDE

PART 5. THE GREEN FUNCTION IN ANISOTROPIC MEDIA 505

Chapter 19. The Cagniard de Hoop Method 507Olivier PONCELET and Marc DESCHAMPS

PART 6. LINEAR METHODS OF ULTRASONIC NON–DESTRUCTIVE TESTING AND EVALUATION 559

Chapter 20. Measurement of Viscoelastic Modules 561Michel CASTAINGS

Chapter 21. Interaction of an Ultrasonic Field with a Composite Plate 577Philippe GATIGNOL, Catherine POTEL and Jean–François DE BELLEVAL

Chapter 22. Flaw Detection by Lamb Waves 595Catherine POTEL, Philippe GATIGNOL and Jean–François DE BELLEVAL

Chapter 23. Non–Destructive Testing of Concrete by Ultrasonic Methods 609Vincent GARNIER, Jean–François CHAIX and Gilles CORNELOUP

Chapter 24. Non–Destructive Evaluation and Testing and Structural Health Monitoring of Composite Materials by Ultrasound and Acoustic Emission 651Rachid El GUERJOUMA, Anne MAREC, Hanane NECHAD and Jean–Hugh THOMAS

PART 7. CHARACTERIZATION OF POROELASTIC MATERIALS  675

Chapter 25. Metrology of Physical Parameters of Absorbing Materials 677Michel HENRY, Christophe AYRAULT, Bernard CASTAGNÈDE, Zine EL ABIDINE FELLAH, Claude DEPOLLIER,Mohamed FELLAH,Walter LAURIKS and Sohbi SAHRAOUI

Chapter 26. Metrology of Acoustical Properties of Absorbing Materials: Surface Impedance 719Michel HENRY

Chapter 27. The Nearfield Acoustical Holography Method 733Bruno BROUARD

Chapter 28. Prediction of Acoustic Properties of Multilayer Structures Some Examples of Applications 745Nicolas DAUCHEZ

PART 8. BIOMEDICAL FIELD 757

Chapter 29. Ultrasonic Characterization of the Bone 759Marie–Christine HO BA THO and Pascal LAUGIER

Chapter 30. Medical Ultrasonography 793François TRANQUART, Aurore BLEUZEN, Bruno RICHARD and Léandre POURCELOT

Chapter 31. Use of Time–reversal 827Mickaël TANTER and Mathias FINK

Chapter 32. Elastography 841Stefan CATHELINE and Rémi SOUCHON

Chapter 33. Ultrasound and Therapy 863Cyril LAFON, Dominique CATHIGNOL and Jean–Yves CHAPELON

Chapter 34. Ultrasound Characterization of Bone Tissues by Poroelastic Theories 879Naima SEBAA, Zine EL ABIDINE FELLAH, Claude DEPOLLIER and Walter LAURIKS

Chapter 35. Acoustic Tomography, Ultrasonic Tomography 887Jean–Pierre LEFEBVRE, Philippe LASAYGUES, and Serge MENSAH

List of Authors 907

Index 913

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