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Medical Imaging 1997: Ultrasonic Transducer Engineering
Editor(s): K. Kirk Shung
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 3037
Date Published: 10 April 1997
Softcover: 25 papers (220) pages
ISBN: 9780819424488

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Variable-frequency multilayer PVDF transducers for ultrasound imaging
Author(s): Qian Zhang; Peter A. Lewin; Philip E. Bloomfield
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High-frequency ultrasound miniature transducers for tissue imaging
Author(s): Koichi Yokosawa; Yukio Ito; Syuzo Sano; Ryuichi Shinomura; Yutaka Sato
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Single-element ultrasonic probe using PZN-PT single crystal
Author(s): Shiroh Saitoh; Tsuyoshi Kobayashi; Senji Shimanuki; Yohachi Yamashita
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Physical modeling of transducers
Author(s): John M. Reid; Peter A. Lewin; Qian Zhang
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Design of ultrasonic transducers with improved lateral resolution for medical imaging
Author(s): Vivek Khanna; Robert X. Gao
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2.5-MHz 2D array with z-axis backing
Author(s): Michael Greenstein; Paul Lum; Hajime Yoshida; M. S. Seyed-Bolorforosh
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1.5D transducer for medical imaging
Author(s): Tat-Jin Teo
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Design strategies for therapeutic ultrasound phased arrays
Author(s): Jan-Ulco A. Kluiwstra; Robert J. McGough; James D. Hamilton; Matthew O'Donnell; Charles A. Cain
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Curved-linear 128x7 two-dimensional array for 1.5D ultrasound medical imaging
Author(s): Jean Francois Gelly; Pascal Tournois; J. M. Bureau; T. Nguyen; Philippe Maurel; W. Steichen
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Parallel beam-forming architectures: design and simulation
Author(s): M. C. LaPaglia; Richard L. Tutwiler
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Echo-Doppler ultrasonic imaging with a phased array
Author(s): Hyunkeun Kim; Mehrdad Soumekh
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Transducer design simulation using finite element method
Author(s): Wenwu Cao
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New beam-forming approach using high-bandwidth transducers
Author(s): John A. Hossack
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Demountable 50x50 pad grid-array interconnect system
Author(s): Laurence A. Daane; Michael Greenstein
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Human skin temperature response to absorbed thermal power
Author(s): Jim Griffith; Ardella Hamilton; George Long; Amir Mujezinovic; DeWayne Warren; Kamal Vij
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Finite element and experimental study of impedance matching layer optimization
Author(s): Mark R. Draheim; Wenwu Cao
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Relaxor-based single-crystal materials for ultrasonic transducer applications
Author(s): Seung Eek Eagle Park; Patrick D. Lopath; K. Kirk Shung; Thomas R. Shrout
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Piezoceramics for high-frequency (50 to 100 MHz) single-element imaging transducers
Author(s): Michael J. Zipparo; K. Kirk Shung; Thomas R. Shrout
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Complete characterization of the piezoelectric, dielectric, and elastic properties of Motorola PZT 3203 HD, including losses and dispersion
Author(s): Stewart Sherrit; Harvey D. Wiederick; Benoy K. Mukherjee
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Pb(Zn1/3Nb2/3)O3/PbTiO3 single-crystal piezoelectrics for ultrasonic transducers
Author(s): Patrick D. Lopath; Seung Eek Eagle Park; K. Kirk Shung; Thomas R. Shrout
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Finite element study on random design of 2-2 composite transducer
Author(s): Wenkang Qi; Wenwu Cao
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Ultrasound backscatter microscope using PZT, fine-grain PZT, and single-crystal perovskite transducers
Author(s): Kenneth D. Olbrish; Michael J. Zipparo; Patrick D. Lopath; Clarence Yu; Thomas R. Shrout; K. Kirk Shung
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Improving the signal-to-noise ratio of a Schlieren system for characterizing ultrasonic transducers
Author(s): Manjirnath A. Chatterjee; K. Kirk Shung
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Physical apodization of ultrasonic arrays
Author(s): Kenneth D. Olbrish; K. Kirk Shung
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Higher order diffracting-grating transducers
Author(s): David H. R. Vilkomerson; Thomas Chilipka; David Lyons
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