## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 3 |

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100 1.102 measurements and using these

wave- speed ratios as a function of crystallographic orientation. Then, for a test

specimen of the same crystalline material, the three wave speeds can be ...

100 1.102 measurements and using these

**values**to calculate the variation of thewave- speed ratios as a function of crystallographic orientation. Then, for a test

specimen of the same crystalline material, the three wave speeds can be ...

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Taking ratios of these

Next, a piece of tracing paper is placed atop Fig. 1 5 and the outline of the

standard triangle and contour line 2.140 drawn on it. The tracing paper is then

aligned ...

Taking ratios of these

**values**yields, vjv2 = 2.140, vjv3 = 2.024, v3lv2 = 1.057.Next, a piece of tracing paper is placed atop Fig. 1 5 and the outline of the

standard triangle and contour line 2.140 drawn on it. The tracing paper is then

aligned ...

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Asterisk is single crystal

in. direction with particle displacement in the 3.00-in. direction. The measured

velocity

Asterisk is single crystal

**value**[after Papadakis (IIS)]. propagating along the 0.25-in. direction with particle displacement in the 3.00-in. direction. The measured

velocity

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