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Analytical modeling, finite-difference simulation and experimental validation of air-coupled ultrasound beam refraction and damping through timber laminates, with application to non-destructive testing
Sanabria, S. J., Furrer, R., Neuenschwander, J., Niemz, P., & Schütz, P. (2015). Analytical modeling, finite-difference simulation and experimental validation of air-coupled ultrasound beam refraction and damping through timber laminates, with application to non-destructive testing. Ultrasonics, 63, 65-85. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ultras.2015.06.013
Modeling and prediction of density distribution and microstructure in particleboards from acoustic properties by correlation of non-contact high-resolution pulsed air-coupled ultrasound and X-ray images
Sanabria, S. J., Hilbers, U., Neuenschwander, J., Niemz, P., Sennhauser, U., Thömen, H., & Wenker, J. L. (2013). Modeling and prediction of density distribution and microstructure in particleboards from acoustic properties by correlation of non-contact high-resolution pulsed air-coupled ultrasound and X-ray images. Ultrasonics, 53(1), 157-170. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ultras.2012.05.004
Novel slanted incidence air-coupled ultrasound method for delamination assessment in individual bonding planes of structural multi-layered glued timber laminates
Sanabria, S. J., Furrer, R., Neuenschwander, J., Niemz, P., & Sennhauser, U. (2013). Novel slanted incidence air-coupled ultrasound method for delamination assessment in individual bonding planes of structural multi-layered glued timber laminates. Ultrasonics, 53(7), 1309-1324. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ultras.2013.03.017
Leaky Rayleigh wave investigation on mortar samples
Neuenschwander, J., Schmidt, T., Lüthi, T., & Romer, M. (2006). Leaky Rayleigh wave investigation on mortar samples. Ultrasonics, 45(1-4), 50-55. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ultras.2006.06.002