By H. Reginald Hardy Jr.
A learn of themes on the topic of acoustic emission/microseismic (AE/MS) job. It covers uncomplicated fabric behaviour, rigidity wave propagation, transducer layout and set up, digital instrumentation, info acquisition and research, and sign processing, in addition to useful functions.
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12, consider a long bar impacted at point p. 11, which moves to the right along the bar with velocity C. 11a. Now the wave velocity (C) is defined as the speed at which the disturbed region, defined here as the front edge of the stress pulse, moves through the material; therefore, (Eq. 8), wave velocities are constants which depend on the mechanical properties of the materials involved. 12 consider what occurs as the stress wave passes the plane CD and reaches a position ∆x further to the right.
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