Angela Parra

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This paper presents an application of ultrasonic signal processing to find parameters related with physical properties of archaeological ceramic pieces and consolidation products used in their restoration. Pieces consisted of ceramic fragments from Bronze, Iberian, Roman and Middle ages. Ultrasonic signals measured from the pieces were processed to derive(More)
for their comments regarding earlier versions of this analysis, Claudia de Camino and Jaime Contador for processing the data used in its preparation, and Paul Cashin and John Cuddington for their willingness to share their databases on the subjects covered. States. Member States and the governmental institutions may reproduce this work 3 without prior(More)
This paper presents an application of the ultrasounds that pursue to find parameters related with physical characteristics of archaeological ceramic materials and the evaluation of the consolidation materials used in their restoration process. The studied archaeological materials were from the Requena's archaeological museum at the East of Spain and consist(More)
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