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on: October 11, 2008, 12:01:59 pm »

[email]Is there a simulation of a ultrasonic sound beam going from a 2.25 MHZ transducer into a wedge then into mild steel
I am into NDT testing from Eddy Current to Ultrasonics, to Phased Array
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SImulations are created base on physics models. Sorry! I would not be able to help without detail information about your system.
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