The temperature dependence of the speed of sound in bovine bone marrow at 750 kHz.

@article{ElSariti2006TheTD,
  title={The temperature dependence of the speed of sound in bovine bone marrow at 750 kHz.},
  author={Amina Ali El-Sariti and Joseph Anthony Evans and John G. Truscott},
  journal={Ultrasound in medicine & biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={32 6},
  pages={
          985-9
        }
}
  • Amina Ali El-Sariti, Joseph Anthony Evans, John G. Truscott
  • Published in
    Ultrasound in medicine…
    2006
  • Medicine
  • We present values for the speed of sound (SOS) in bovine bone marrow as a function of temperature between 17 degrees C and 44 degrees C. The measurements were made using a time-of-flight approach on a volume of roughly 10 mL, at 750 kHz. The equipment was validated using both distilled water and castor oil. The results show a linear response with SOS changing from 1456.23 ms(-1) at 17 degrees C to 1342.40 ms(-1) at 44 degrees C. The mean value at 37 degrees C was (1371.91 ms(-1)). The… CONTINUE READING

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