Modélisation et simulation acoustique pour l’optimisation de sondes échographiques 2D par recuit simulé

Abstract : The electronic steering capability of 2D ultrasound probes makes them excellent candidates for real-time 3D imaging. However, considering that current ultrasound scanners rarely control more than 256 channels, it is necessary to optimize these probes to operate with a reduced number of active elements. By integrating acoustic simulations into a simulated annealing algorithm, we optimize the radiated profile of a 256 elements 2D ultrasound probe
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Emmanuel Roux, Marc C. Robini, Alessandro Ramalli, Piero Tortoli, Christian Cachard, et al.. Modélisation et simulation acoustique pour l’optimisation de sondes échographiques 2D par recuit simulé. XXVème Colloque GRETSI, Sep 2015, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-01286079⟩

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