shear wave inspection

Objective Shear waves that travel in the brain are highly nonlinear and can develop into shock waves. This newly observed phenomenon could have implications for concussion. Our objective was to determine the effect of the brain’s nonlinear shear wave propagation behaviour on laboratory acquired head impact kinematics through numerical simulations.

Shear wave data collection in mid America using an automated surface source during seismic cone testing View/ Open casey_thomas_j_199912_ms_504910.pdf (81.06Mb)

In this study, shear wave elastography (SWE) was used to characterize hard and soft plaque mimicking inclusions in six common carotid artery phantoms by using phase velocity analysis in static and dynamic environments. The results were validated with mechanical tensile testing.

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SHEAR's outcome will be to enhance risk reduction through improved forecasting and decision-making for disaster preparedness and response. This will be enabled by improved characterisation and forecasting of co-dependent natural hazard risks, delivered …

Jul 14, 2018 · Between April and November, a new tropical wave emerges off the west African coast roughly every 2 to 4 days, according to Dr. Knabb, with a yearly average of about 60 to 65 waves.

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Article Title Inspection Using Shear Wave Time of Flight Diffraction (S-TOFD) Technique: Author(s) Baskaran, G; Balasubramaniam, Krishnan; Krishnamurthy, C V: In: AIP Conf. Proc. 820 (2006) pp.97-102 In: Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, Brunswick, ME, USA, 31 Jul - 5 Aug 2005, pp.97-102

Arterial stiffness is an important biometric in predicting cardiovascular diseases, since mechanical properties serve as indicators of several pathologies such as e.g. atherosclerosis. Shear Wave E ...

Shear wave elastography (SWE), available on the SuperSonic Aixplorer equipment (SuperSonic, Aix-en-Provence, France), uses acoustic impulses from the transducer to measure tissue elasticity quantitatively by an elasticity index (EI), expressed in kilo Pascal (kPa) and qualitatively by a color-coded elasticity map . SWE has the potential to ...

Supersonic shear wave imaging (SSI) is a noninvasive, ultrasound-based technique to quantify the mechanical properties of bulk tissues by measuring the propagation speed of shear waves (SW) induced in the tissue with an ultrasound transducer. The technique has been successfully validated in liver and breast (tumor) diagnostics and is potentially useful for the assessment of the stiffness of ...

In the fourth study, in-house software that measures arterial stiffness by ultrasound shear wave elastography (SWE) was developed and validated against mechanical testing. The studies showed that longitudinal movements of the atrioventricular plane can well explain cardiac pumping and that the macroscopic geometry of the heart enables the ...

Shear connectors on the top flanges of the steel girders provide the means to achieve composite action between the slab and the girders, thus increasing both stiffness and strength. This article reviews the behaviour of the connectors and the design rules for the shear connection in BS EN 1994-2.

Understanding the load capacity of a Smalley Retaining Ring assembly requires calculations for both ring shear and groove deformation, with the design limitation being the lesser of the two. The load capacity formulas do not take into account any dynamic or eccentric loading. If this type of loading exists, the proper safety factor should be applied and product testing conducted. In addition ...

Perform volumetric NDE inspections with longitudinal wave and shear wave hand scan techniques. Perform Visual Inspections. Communicate and report findings to production & Engineering. Interpret and review engineering drawings as required. Support the development of NDE inspection techniques for complex geometries.

Aug 31, 2016 · Shear modulus (μ) and shear wave velocity (Vs) changes among muscle heads and measurement times At the Pre session, the overall shear modulus was 3.6±0.6 kPa, and the shear wave velocity was 1.88±0.17 m.s -1 when all measurements were pooled. μ was significantly lower in the VM (2.97±0.48 kPa; p<0.001) than in the RF (3.84±0.49 kPa) and ...

Shear-wave attenuation and dispersion in melt-bearing olivine polycrystals: 1. Specimen fabrication and mechanical testing

Testing geodynamic models of lowermost mantle flow with a regional shear wave splitting data set. Heather A Ford and Maureen D Long, Yale University, New Haven, CT, United States Back to: Across the Scales: Earth's Mantle Dynamics through Space and Time II. Search Keywords.

The experiment includes shear of individual solder joints under 4 strain rates: 1, 0.1, 0.01, 0.001 sec-1, and fatigue of individual solder joints under various stress amplitudes. For the shear testing, shear strengths of solder joints for each strain rate were systematically recorded and compared.

To characterize T 0 and develop shear‐wave velocity (⁠ V S ⁠) profiles for use in seismic site‐response analyses, horizontal‐to‐vertical (H/V) spectral ratio (HVSR) measurements and active‐source and passive‐wavefield surface‐wave testing (i.e., multichannel analysis of surface wave [MASW] and microtremor array measurements ...

Liquefaction Case Histories from the 1987 Edgecumbe Earthquake – Insights from an Extensive CPT Dataset, Direct Push Cross Hole Shear and Compression Wave Velocity (VsVp) Testing and Paleo- Liquefaction Trenching

Seismic cone penetration test (SCPT) is an effective method to determine the shear wave velocity of in‐situ subsurface materials. In Hawaii, highly variable subsurface conditions with boulder content and Intermediate Geo‐Materials (IGM) are prevalent; therefore, this method can become very problematic and time consuming to perform.

The shear wave velocity (Vs) and shear modulus (G) are important parameters that are required when dealing with a variety of geotechnical problems covering a wide range of shear strain in a soil medium. Different laboratory tests can be used to measure Vs and G such as resonant column, bender element and cyclic triaxial tests. However, these tests have several limitations in terms of stiffness ...

Including Direct Tensile, UCS, modulus testing, P and S Wave, Hoek-cell and high strength Triaxials with a capacity of 2,500 kN and maximum confining pressure of 50 MPa Direct Shear Testing Up to 2,500 kPa normal load; with data acquisition and surface profiling including 300mm boxes

Karol-Warner Model 590, Direct Shear Testing Machine, MANY PROVING RINGS. This is used direct shear machine in good working condition. The machine is an older Karol Warner model but it is very well built and functions the same as any modern manual direct shear machine. Loading is provided by a pneumatic cylinder located in the base of the machine.

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