• І. Z. Lyutak Institute of information technology, ІFNTUOG
  • Z. P. Lyutak Institute of information technology, ІFNTUOG




ultrasound; metal structures; guided waves; non-destructive testing.


The study is dedicated to the examination and optimization of deformation control when using plate-guided waves. The authors emphasize the significance of this research in the context of the modern manufacturing process, where there's a continuous demand for high-quality products, and technological advancements necessitate ongoing optimization. The primary objective of the research is to identify key parameters that influence deformation processes. To achieve this, the authors conduct an in-depth analysis using a mathematical description. This mathematical representation aids in better understanding the dynamics of the processes and the interplay of various factors that affect defect detection in the material of the inspected object. A mathematical description of the parameters of the ultrasonic primary transducer is provided, with a detailed analysis of manufacturing materials and application methods. Considerable attention is given to the analysis of the acoustic field reflected from the boundary of the medium propagation-material interface – defect from a practical standpoint, specifically how to optimally detect a defect and obtain its metric indicators. The article also focuses on the need to develop new data processing algorithms. This is crucial to ensure measurement accuracy and the adequacy of the obtained data. Graphs and illustrations presented in the article offer a clear representation of the studied processes and their peculiarities. There's also a graph illustrating defect detection in a pipe wall using the mathematical framework discussed in the article. The authors stress that refining technological processes is a key element in enhancing production efficiency. Optimizing defect control processes will help reduce production costs, improve product quality, and ensure their longevity. In conclusion, the article is a valuable contribution to the study and optimization of defect control in metals, especially pipelines. The authors' research holds significant practical importance for manufacturers, engineers, and scientists working in the fields of non-destructive testing, material science, and material processing technologies.


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How to Cite

Lyutak І. Z., & Lyutak, Z. P. (2023). OPTIMIZATION OF DEFECT CONTROL USING PLATE DIRECT WAVES AND ALGORITHMS. METHODS AND DEVICES OF QUALITY CONTROL, (2(51), 16–28. https://doi.org/10.31471/1993-9981-2023-2(51)-16-28