Ultrasonic Reflectivity Determination of Interfacial Properties in Adhesive Joints of Aluminum Alloys

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1991
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Wang, W.
Li, B.
Rokhlin, S.
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In studies of ultrasonic measurements of interfacial properties, it has previously been proposed [1] that an ultrasonic wave that produces shear stress on the interphase is sensitive to interphase properties. This may be achieved by utilization of interface waves [1,2] or guided waves in the bonded plates [3–5]. Another possibility is the use of obliquely incident ultrasonic waves for interphase evaluation, analyzing signals in the time or frequency domains [6–8].

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