By H. Reginald Hardy Jr.
A research of subject matters on the topic of acoustic emission/microseismic (AE/MS) job. It covers uncomplicated fabric behaviour, pressure wave propagation, transducer layout and install, digital instrumentation, info acquisition and research, and sign processing, in addition to functional purposes.
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Velocities−m/sec Material C1 C2 Aluminum 6,100 3,100 Brass 4,300 2,000 Glass 6,800 3,300 Steel 5,800 3,100 Lead 2,200 700 Plexiglass 2,600 1,300 Polystyrene 2,300 1,200 Magnesium 6,400 3,100 Water 1,485 –1 Air 331 –1 Ice 3,200 1,9202 Sandstone 2,000 1,2002 Limestone 3,200 1,9202 Granite 5,000 3,0002 Basalt 5,400 3,2402 Halite 4,500 2,7002 Shale 2,250 1,3502 Coal 1,100 6602 1 2 Fluids do note support shear stress. 6. 12, consider a long bar impacted at point p. 11, which moves to the right along the bar with velocity C.