Development of an example flow test object and comparison of five of these test objects, constructed in various laboratories.

@article{Teirlinck1998DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of an example flow test object and comparison of five of these test objects, constructed in various laboratories.},
  author={C J Teirlinck and Robert A. Bezemer and Christian Kollmann and Jaap Lubbers and Peter R. Hoskins and Kumar V. Ramnarine and P Fish and K E Fredeldt and Ulrich G. Schaarschmidt},
  journal={Ultrasonics},
  year={1998},
  volume={36 1-5},
  pages={
          653-60
        }
}
Doppler test objects are used to characterise Doppler systems, both stand-alone systems and the Doppler part of so-called duplex scanners. The aim of the project partially presented here is the development and validation of an example of a Doppler test object fulfilling the requirements of the IEC 1685. The project has been carried out by nine partners of five European countries and has been funded by the European Commission. The flow Doppler test object is composed of: tissue mimicking… CONTINUE READING

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