Modern Acoustical Techniques for the Measurement of Mechanical PropertiesEdited by
- Moises Levy, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, U.S.A.
- Henry Bass, University of Mississippi, U.S.A.
- Richard Stern, Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A.
This volume provides an overview of modern acoustical techniques for the measurement of mechanical properties. Chapters include Fundamentals of Elastic Constants; Point Source/Point Receiver Methods; Laser Controlled Surface Acoustic Waves; Quantitative Acoustical Microscopy of Solids; Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy; Elastic Properties and Thermodynamics; Sound Speed as a Thermodynamic Property of Fluids; Noninvasive Determination of Sound Speed in Liquids; Introduction to the Elastic Constants of Gases; and Acoustic Measurement in Gases.
Experimental researchers, graduate students, and industrial practitioners in applied physics (especially in the areas of thin film growth, optical coating, plasma etching, patterning, machining, polishing, fracture, tribology, and related areas).
Experimental Methods in the Physical Sciences
Hardbound, 434 Pages
Published: October 2001
Imprint: Academic Press