"This experiment has demonstrated that it is possible to generate pulses of acoustic waves in an aluminum single crystal by the direct use of the tensile stress associated with an electric field at the surface of a conductor, and it is possible to detect these waves with a biased, capacitive pickup transducer"--Abstract, page ii.
McFarland, Charles E.
Brown, Harry A., 1925-1995
Dillman, Norman G., 1938-2010
Rechtien, Richard Douglas
M.S. in Physics
University of Missouri at Rolla
vii, 77 pages
© 1967 John H. Stevens, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Acoustic surface waves
Solids -- Acoustic properties
Wave-motion, Theory of
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Link to Catalog Recordhttp://laurel.lso.missouri.edu/record=b1067918~S5
Stevens, John H., "A study of an electric method to excite and detect acoustic waves in solids" (1967). Masters Theses. 6874.