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 Title & Authors
Ultrasonic Transducers for Measuring Both Flow Velocity and Pipe Thickness
Kim, Ju Wan; Piao, Chunguang; Kim, Jin Oh; Park, Doo-Sik;
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 Abstract
The paper deals with an ultrasonic transducer invented for measuring both flow velocity and pipe thickness. The structure of the transducer is based on the conventional transducers for measuring flow velocity by obliquely transmitting ultrasonic waves to the flow direction. The transducer additionally generates ultrasonic waves transmitting vertically to a pipe for measuring pipe thickness. By measuring flow velocity with the invented transducer and a conventional oblique-incidence transducer and comparing their results, the accuracy of the flow velocity measurement of the invented one was evaluated. By measuring specimen thickness with the invented transducer and a conventional normal-incidence transducer and comparing their results, the accuracy of the thickness measurement of the invented one was evaluated.
 Keywords
Transducer;Ultrasound;Transmission;Flow Velocity;Thickness;
 Language
Korean
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