Ultrasound measurements of segmental temperature distribution in solids: Method and its high-temperature validation.

Abstract

A novel approach that uses noninvasive ultrasound to measure the temperature distribution in solid materials is described and validated in high-temperature laboratory experiments. The approach utilizes an ultrasound propagation path with naturally occurring or purposefully introduced echogenic features that partially redirect the energy of an ultrasound… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ultras.2015.11.006

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