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By Thomas L. Szabo (auth.), Michael Halliwell, Peter N. T. Wells (eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9780306465161

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The starting place ofthe overseas Acoustical Imaging Symposium sequence could be traced to 1967, while a gathering on acoustical holography was once held in C alifornia. In these days, acoustical holography used to be on the innovative of analysis yet, because the significance of this topic waned, so the identify of the sequence used to be replaced from Acoustical Holography to Acoustical Imaging in 1978. The early Symposia have been held at quite a few venues within the usa. In 1980. the sequence turned overseas, with the Symposium that 12 months happening in Cannes in France. The development now could be to attempt to met alternately within the united states and in one other a part of the area in order that lively researchers all over the place can with ease attend at a pretty excessive frequency. It was once a superb privilege for us in Bristol within the uk to be selected to host the twenty fifth Symposium, which convened on 19 March 2000 and unfold over 4 days. We have been blessed not just through stable climate, but additionally via the attendance ofnearly a hundred pa rticipants who got here from 17 c ountries. various papers have been approved for presentation, both orally or as posters. no matter if an oral presentation or a poster, all have been thought of to have equivalent advantage, and no contrast is made among them within the released lawsuits. there have been no parallel classes, so each player may attend each presentation. The re sultant disciplinary go fertilisation maintained the t radition of prior Symposia.

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Fox, “Analysis of Bessel beam quantisation in annular arrays,” Proc. 22nd 2. D. Fox and S. Holm, “Decomposition of acoustic fields in quantised Bessel beams,” Poster at joint 3. 4. 5. 6. 38 Scandinavian Symposium on Physical Acoustics, Ustaoset, Norway, pp. 43-44. (Jan. 31 - Feb. 3, 1999). ISSN 1501-6773. event Ultrasonics International 99 / 1999 World Congress on Ultrasonics, Lyngby (Copenhagen), Denmark. (Jun. 29 - Jul. 1, 1999). Full paper to appear in “Ultrasonics”. J. Durnin, “Exact solutions for nondiffracting beams.

FIELD COMPUTATION We now allow the basis distance a in (6) to tend to infinity such that each basis becomes a valid Bessel beam solution to the takes place over an infinite aperture as required. This means that each component in (6) now propagates in a nondiffracting manner in the form of (7). Combining with the notation for given in (1) then gives the field f(r,z,t) as function wave equation, this is so since its realisation at where In practice we are unable to compute this infinite limit since we note from (6) that the number of nonevanescent terms l(a) included in the sum also tends to infinity as However, we are able to a to increase gradually in (6) from relatively low to relatively high values and at each iteration compute the sum in (6) until it converges to a steady state value representing (8).

Figure (1) shows cross-sectional views of the initial and propagated pulses from a planar, uniformly excited, disc transducer. The phase of the field is clearly visible, both direct- and edge- waves are shown, and the phase changes of the latter, in the ‘shadow’ zone of the transducer are seen. Apodisation is easily handled (not shown), and shows the expected result that the edge wave component is considerably reduced. Of somewhat more interest, is the case of a positive unipolar excitation (Figure (2)).

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