Abstract

Optical Fourier analysis of acoustic fields is used for the interpretation of acoustic disturbances. The method is applied to the study of modes propagating in an elastic waveguide. In particular, the mode dispersion curves are determined with an accuracy greater than that with purely acoustic methods.

© 1975 Optical Society of America

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