Ultrasound is cyclic sound
pressure with a frequency greater
than the upper limit of human
hearing. Although this limit va...
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Industrial Application
1.Winding & Unwinding Ultrasound sensors are used to detect the changes in
diameter of drums and reels as they are wound o...
2. Slope Control Ultrasonic sensors are used to monitor the
slope of loops of material in a process. They
are the sensing ...
3. Height Measurement With high accuracy and repeatability,
ultrasonic sensors are used to measure the
height of objects t...
4. Position Control Pairs of ultrasonic sensors are used to accurately
position objects. Linked together in a control
syst...
5. Collision Protection Ultrasonic sensors are attached to
moving objects and equipment to
provide collision protection. T...
6. Level Sensing Ultrasonic sensors have a unique
ability to detect uneven surfaces and
return accurate distance data. The...
7. Filing Sensing Ultrasonic sensors can accurately
detect the changing levels of powders,
grains and other semi fluid
sub...
Biomedical ultrasonic applications
•According to Radiology Info, ultrasounds
are useful in the detection of pelvic
abnorma...
Ultrasound and animals
Ultrasound and animals
Ultrasound and animals
A common use of ultrasound is
in range finding; this use is
also called SONAR, (sound
navigation and ranging).
Ultrasonic ...
Ultrasonic cleaning
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Ultrasound

  1. 1. Ultrasound is cyclic sound pressure with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing. Although this limit varies from person to person, it is approximately 20 kilohertz (20,000 hertz) in healthy, young adults and thus, 20 kHz serves as a useful lower limit in describing ultrasound.
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  3. 3. Industrial Application
  4. 4. 1.Winding & Unwinding Ultrasound sensors are used to detect the changes in diameter of drums and reels as they are wound or unwound. Typical industries are: •Paper and Printing •Metal working •Textiles •Packaging •Plastics INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
  5. 5. 2. Slope Control Ultrasonic sensors are used to monitor the slope of loops of material in a process. They are the sensing components of systems that control continuous running of flexible material. Typical industries are: •Paper and Printing •Chemicals •Textiles •Metal Working •Packaging INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
  6. 6. 3. Height Measurement With high accuracy and repeatability, ultrasonic sensors are used to measure the height of objects that are moving past the sensor. Measurements are generally unaffected by surface finishes and shapes of the measured objects. Industries where this type of application are found include: •Automotive •Packaging and Distribution •Printing •Metal Working •Assembly •Agriculture INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
  7. 7. 4. Position Control Pairs of ultrasonic sensors are used to accurately position objects. Linked together in a control system. the sensors provide the prime input for object location and position adjustment. Industries using these applications include: •Automotive •Packaging •Printing •Assembly •Robotics •Plastics INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
  8. 8. 5. Collision Protection Ultrasonic sensors are attached to moving objects and equipment to provide collision protection. The sensor continuously relays proximity data to a controller. Many industrial users include: •Automotive •Automation •Logistics •Metal Working INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
  9. 9. 6. Level Sensing Ultrasonic sensors have a unique ability to detect uneven surfaces and return accurate distance data. The sensors are used in many applications where the detection of the level of a fluid in a container is needed. Typical industries include: •Food and Beverage •Chemical •Water Treatment •Power Generation INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
  10. 10. 7. Filing Sensing Ultrasonic sensors can accurately detect the changing levels of powders, grains and other semi fluid substances. Many industrial users include: •Agriculture •Chemicals •Packaging •Fluid Handling INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
  11. 11. Biomedical ultrasonic applications •According to Radiology Info, ultrasounds are useful in the detection of pelvic abnormalities and can involve techniques known as abdominal (transabdominal) ultrasound, vaginal (transvaginal or endovaginal) ultrasound in women, and also rectal (transrectal) ultrasound in men. •Focused high-energy ultrasound pulses can be used to break calculi such as kidney stones and gallstones into fragments small enough to be passed from the body without undue difficulty, a process known as lithotripsy.
  12. 12. Ultrasound and animals
  13. 13. Ultrasound and animals
  14. 14. Ultrasound and animals
  15. 15. A common use of ultrasound is in range finding; this use is also called SONAR, (sound navigation and ranging). Ultrasonic range finding
  16. 16. Ultrasonic cleaning

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