|Auteur(s):||X. Jacob, R. Takatsu, C. Barrière, D. Royer
|Titre:||Experimental study of the acoustic radiation strain in solids
|Référence:||Appl. Phys. Lett. vol. No.88 , pp -, March 2006
|Type de publication:||Articles parus dans des revues à comité de lecture
Measurements of the static displacement, induced by the radiation stress associated with a longitudinal acoustic wave propagating in a solid are presented. Acoustic tone bursts were launched into fused silica and duraluminum samples. The static displacement was measured, at the sample free surface, with an optical interferometer. The role of the nonlinearity parameter and the variations of the DC pulse amplitude with the acoustic energy confirm results obtained by other authors. However, our conclusions on the DC pulse shape, on the influence of the tone burst duration and of the propagation distance on the DC pulse amplitude are different.
Mots-clés: acoustic radiation
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