B. S. Hoyle

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In this paper a novel ultrasound tomography imaging system is presented. It employs a relatively small number of transducers that produce fan-shaped beam profile to effectively insonify the cross-section. The impact on the image quality due to the reduction of the number of transducers is discussed, and different approaches such as multiple receiver data(More)
An evaluation of the application of a parallel-processing array to the measurement of two-phase flow, such as bubbly oil flow through a pipe, in real-time is described. Pulse-echo ultrasound tomography is used to generate a cross-sectional image of the flow that forms the basis for the deduction of flow parameters, such as the void fraction. The tomographic(More)
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