An Ultrasonic Measurement System for The Precise Determination of the Elastic Moduli of Single Crystals

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From Abstract: "The equipment described in this paper is based on the technique developed by McSkimin. Figure 1 shows a block diagram of the system. The oscilloscope presentation with no specimen present appears as shown in Figure 2a. At discrete frequencies, the pattern appears as shown in Figure 2b."

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Renken, C. J. May 1961.

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  • Main Title: An Ultrasonic Measurement System for The Precise Determination of the Elastic Moduli of Single Crystals
  • Added Title: Argonne National Laboratory Report ANL-6280
  • Series Title: Argonne National Laboratory Reports
  • Series Title: ANL (Series)

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From Abstract: "The equipment described in this paper is based on the technique developed by McSkimin. Figure 1 shows a block diagram of the system. The oscilloscope presentation with no specimen present appears as shown in Figure 2a. At discrete frequencies, the pattern appears as shown in Figure 2b."

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17 p. : ill.

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"Operated by The University of Chicago under Contract W-31-109-eng-38." "Portions of the material in this report have appeared in the following Metallurgy Division Annual report: ANL-6099 - page 55 - December 1959."

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Renken, C. J. An Ultrasonic Measurement System for The Precise Determination of the Elastic Moduli of Single Crystals, report, May 1961; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc11548/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.