## What is/are Ultrasonic Scattering?

Ultrasonic Scattering - The ultrasonic scattering effects become stronger for higher kerogen contents with smaller rounding coefficients.^{[1]}The proposed grating has the grating period in micron scale, which is shorter than the wavelength of the incident ultrasound leading to an ultrasonic scattering.

^{[2]}Although the understanding of the nonlinear ultrasonic scattering at closed cracks is essential for the practical application of nonlinear ultrasonic phased array, it has yet to be elucidated because of the lack of experimental techniques.

^{[3]}This work evaluates the ultrasonic scattering attenuation of structures with complex scatterer distributions via experimental and simulation studies.

^{[4]}To obtain a scattering wavefield, a unique ultrasonic scattering hardware was developed, and signal processing schemes were suggested.

^{[5]}Ultrasonic scattering method is a promising technique to evaluate the particle size distribution and/or the elastic properties of particle suspended in liquid.

^{[6]}The ultrasonic scattering matrix contains the far-field scattering coefficients of a defect for all measurable incident/scattering angles.

^{[7]}First, considering the large particle size and low-density contrast characteristics of the hydrate-water dispersion, the influence of multiple scattering among particles cannot be ignored apart from the scattering attenuation caused by each particle, so the ultrasonic scattering attenuation mechanism considering multiple scattering effects is established to solve the attenuation prediction problem of the hydrate-water dispersion.

^{[8]}A mode-converted (longitudinal-to-transverse, L-T) ultrasonic scattering technique was applied to evaluate the variation of microstructural anisotropy in a railroad wheel sample.

^{[9]}For the latter, PVA cryogel (PVA-c) was used as the TMM, which was made from a solution of PVA (10% by weight), distilled water, and glass spheres for ultrasonic scattering (0.

^{[10]}The use of thirty realizations for each grain-size distribution allows the variation of the ultrasonic scattering to be quantified.

^{[11]}New concept of fine dust measurement method is suggested based on ultrasonic scattering.

^{[12]}Taking advantage of the fact that ultrasonic scattering is orders of magnitude weaker than optical scattering per unit path length, PAT beats this limit and provides deep penetration at high ultrasonic resolution and high optical contrast by sensing molecules.

^{[13]}The binary mixture model for ultrasonic scattering from trabecular bone was applied to predict the variations of the ultrasound parameters with the bone volume fraction (BV/TV) and the trabecular thickness (Tb.

^{[14]}Spatial resolution of the method is derived by efficiency of ultrasonic scattering at objects, sensitivity of an ultrasonic radiation-reception matrix and the number of waveguides and the distance between them.

^{[15]}On the purpose of improving imaging sensitivity and SNR, an ultrasonic scattering model is developed which takes into account the interaction between the incident ultrasonic fields and the damage, then the reflectivity of the damage surface can be obtained.

^{[16]}This study contributes to the understanding of ultrasonic scattering from cells undergoing cell death toward the monitoring of cancer therapy.

^{[17]}In this study, an ultrasonic NDE system is used for acquiring ultrasonic scattering signals.

^{[18]}Ultrasonic scattering in polycrystalline media is directly tied to microstructural features.

^{[19]}The mode-converted ultrasonic scattering method is utilized to characterize the structural anisotropy of a phantom mimicking trabecular bone, fabricated using metal additive manufacturing from a high resolution CT image of trabecular horse bone.

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## ultrasonic scattering method

Ultrasonic scattering method is a promising technique to evaluate the particle size distribution and/or the elastic properties of particle suspended in liquid.^{[1]}The mode-converted ultrasonic scattering method is utilized to characterize the structural anisotropy of a phantom mimicking trabecular bone, fabricated using metal additive manufacturing from a high resolution CT image of trabecular horse bone.

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## ultrasonic scattering attenuation

This work evaluates the ultrasonic scattering attenuation of structures with complex scatterer distributions via experimental and simulation studies.^{[1]}First, considering the large particle size and low-density contrast characteristics of the hydrate-water dispersion, the influence of multiple scattering among particles cannot be ignored apart from the scattering attenuation caused by each particle, so the ultrasonic scattering attenuation mechanism considering multiple scattering effects is established to solve the attenuation prediction problem of the hydrate-water dispersion.

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