Advances in OptoElectronics / 2010 / Article / Fig 5

Research Article

Model for a Torsional-Mode Ultrasonic Transducer for an Acousto-Optic In-Fiber Isolator

Figure 5

Displacement (a) and (d), strain (b) and (e), and strain (c) and (f) are shown at the two ends of the transducer. This is for the same conditions as in Figure 4, except that the phase of the reflected mode is .
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