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A 5 MHz, 1/2 dia, lat straight beam transducer in steel(velocity in sttel=.585 cm or .23 in) has a near field lenth? Can answer because I don't know how to do the math.

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wingingit_2

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A 5 MHz, 1/2 dia, lat straight beam transducer in steel(velocity in sttel=.585 cm or .23 in) has a near field lenth? Can answer because I don't know how to do the math.

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Second of all, you should try the problem yourself, and tell us where you are stuck on.

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Like, the units of velocity are not cm or inches, right? And what is a "lat straight beam transducer"? It sounds like some kind of ultrasonic transducer, but that's just a guess. And how does your textbook define the "near field"? What fraction or number of wavelengths? The definition of near field varies from discipline to discipline. Also, is "sttel" just a typo for steel? I'm guessing that it is, but you repeated it twice (probably just a cut and paste).

What course is this for? What textbook are you using?

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You should at least come up with relevant equations to work through this problem.

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