USING A COMPONENT APPROACH IN CALCULATING PARAMETERS OF PROPAGATION OF AN ULTRASONIC GUIDED MODE

Authors

  • I. Z. Lyutak Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas
  • Z. P. Lyutak Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas
  • A. V. Khamurda Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31471/2304-7399-2022-17(64)-96-107

Keywords:

ultrasound, guided waves, modelling, finite elements, heterogeneity, elastic medium.

Abstract

The paper proposes the development of components of the control system with distributed parameters, which allow the use of the type of ultrasonic waves that propagate along the pipe wall and are called guided. The peculiarity of such waves is their ability not to fade over significant distances compared to bulk ultrasonic waves. The mathematical description of ultrasonic wave propagation has been described simply as propagation in a plate with a known height. Fluctuations of the elementary volume of the elastic medium were described by Euler's equation and Hooke's law and are presented as a system of two differential equations describing longitudinal and transverse fluctuations of the elementary volume. The geometric construction of the model is created in a separate component, which can parametrically describe shapes and make a union by applying logical methods, for example, logical union, subtraction, etc. To solve the model, zero initial conditions have been applied. A table-specified generating signal that interpolates, and boundary conditions along the edges of the plate as an absorbing layer have been set. The absorbing layer is modelled by adding significant system scaling. Also, the concept of an absorbing layer includes a frequency filtering mechanism to filter out the high-frequency component. The calculation of built model by finite elements approach was carried out for two cases: without homogeneity and with homogeneity. The comparison of the obtained results is shown graphically. The possibility of calculating the back propagated signal from heterogeneity has been revealed. Also, an analyse the stages of creation and propagation of various wave types in an elastic medium has been shown.

Keywords: ultrasound, guided waves, modelling, finite elements, heterogeneity, elastic medium.

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Published

2022-11-22

How to Cite

Lyutak І. З., Lyutak З. П., & Khamurda А. В. . (2022). USING A COMPONENT APPROACH IN CALCULATING PARAMETERS OF PROPAGATION OF AN ULTRASONIC GUIDED MODE. PRECARPATHIAN BULLETIN OF THE SHEVCHENKO SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY Number, (17(64), 96–107. https://doi.org/10.31471/2304-7399-2022-17(64)-96-107