Ontwerp en functionele validatie van een zender voor ultrasoon visualisatie via orthogonale codes

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Blockx, H & Dierckx, M 2012, 'Ontwerp en functionele validatie van een zender voor ultrasoon visualisatie via orthogonale codes', KHK - Katholieke Hogeschool Kempen - Thomas More Kempen, Geel, Belgium.

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title = "Ontwerp en functionele validatie van een zender voor ultrasoon visualisatie via orthogonale codes",
abstract = "The visualization of a reactor core cooled with liquid metal is very challenging. Normal cameras can’t be used as they can’t see through the opaque coolant. The visualization system has to withstand radiation and must work very reliable for long periods without maintenance. This paper presents a first study about the use of orthogonal codes in an ultrasonic visualization system. Through the use of orthogonal codes and a matched filter which calculates correlation in real time, multiple transducers can be implemented together. This technique has proven itself in other applications, but there is little research done with the focus on underwater use. This study shows that it is possible to detect the transmitted codes under water.",
keywords = "MYRRHA, ultrasonic visualization, orthogonal codes",
author = "Hans Blockx and Marc Dierckx",
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year = "2012",
month = "6",
day = "25",
language = "English",
publisher = "Thomas More",
school = "KHK - Katholieke Hogeschool Kempen - Thomas More Kempen",

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TY - THES

T1 - Ontwerp en functionele validatie van een zender voor ultrasoon visualisatie via orthogonale codes

AU - Blockx, Hans

A2 - Dierckx, Marc

N1 - Score = 2

PY - 2012/6/25

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AB - The visualization of a reactor core cooled with liquid metal is very challenging. Normal cameras can’t be used as they can’t see through the opaque coolant. The visualization system has to withstand radiation and must work very reliable for long periods without maintenance. This paper presents a first study about the use of orthogonal codes in an ultrasonic visualization system. Through the use of orthogonal codes and a matched filter which calculates correlation in real time, multiple transducers can be implemented together. This technique has proven itself in other applications, but there is little research done with the focus on underwater use. This study shows that it is possible to detect the transmitted codes under water.

KW - MYRRHA

KW - ultrasonic visualization

KW - orthogonal codes

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M3 - Master's thesis

PB - Thomas More

CY - Geel, Belgium

ER -

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