P1.6 - Development of Bending-Type Ultrasonic Transducers with Rotational Symmetry

Michael Rabl, Mario Jungwirth & Peter Zeller
Ultrasonic sensors are commonly used for a wide variety of non-contact presence, proximity or distance measuring applications in industry, especially the automotive branch. This paper shows how the radiation properties of bending-type ultrasonic transducers with rotational symmetry depend on shape, dimensions and especially on material parameters. In order to determine their dependencies, the behaviour of such transducers with regard to their emitting characteristics in air was simulated using a finite element (FE) method for computing...
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