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J. Ocean Eng. Technol. 2005;19(5):26-33.    

Attenuation of Fundamental Longitudinal Cylindrical Guided Wave Propagating in Liquid-Filled Steel Pipes
NA WON-BAE;RYU YEON-SUN;KIM JEONG-TAE;
Department of Ocean Engineering, Pukyong National University;Department of Ocean Engineering, Pukyong National University;Department of Ocean Engineering, Pukyong National University;
Copyright © 2005 The Korean Society of Ocean Engineers     Open access / Under a Creative Commons License
Key Words: Attenuation, Cylindrical Guided Wave, Liquid-Filled Steel Pipes
Abstract
Attenuation of fundamental longitudinal guided wave propagating liquid-filled steel pipes is numerically investigated. Several liquids such as water, diesel oil, castor oil etc. are considered for the filing materials in the pipes. Sink is considered for numerical models for abandoning standing wave modes; hence the attenuation dispersion curves become much simpler. Those attenuation calculations can be utilized for guided-wave-based nondestructive testing of pipelines when one inspects pipelines, using monitoring sensors, which are installed outside pipes.


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