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Ultrasonics describes the science and technology associated with sound waves which occur at frequencies above the audible range. Typically this is above ~ 20kHz. Ultrasonic waves can travel in solids, liquids and gases and are used for investigative, diagnostic and inspection purposes. The presentation will cover the history and development of ultrasonic testing for medical and industrial use, plus recent innovations and factors affecting performance.

This talk is part of the The Eastern Counties Branch of The Welding Institute series.

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