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Cambridge Ultrasonics
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The videos accessible on this web-site are unique to Cambridge Ultrasonics. The experimental methods used to create them have been developed in-house.

The videos are either experimental observations or have been predicted using the finite element (FE) numerical modelling method. There is strong synergy between the experimental observation method and FE modelling. Experiments can be used to validate FE models, which gives confidence in the FE results.

Videos of experimental observations were taken using Cambridge Ultrasonics' visualization equipment. The ultrasonic waves are viewed in a direction that is perpendicular to the direction in which the waves are travelling.

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