Attenuation reconstruction of the cell-wall rupture of a metallic foam using PhaseGAN
mediaposted on 09.06.2021, 17:56 by Yuhe Zhang, Mike Andreas Noack, Patrik Vagovic, Kamel Fezzaa, Francisco Garcia-Moreno, Tobias Ritschel, Pablo Villanueva-Perez
Attenuation reconstruction of the cell-wall rupture of a metallic foam captured with the Shimadzu recording system using a single pulse. It is noticeable from the movie clip that the coalescence of the two bubbles was finished within 10 μs. In total, 24.4 ms were consumed to reconstruct the 61 frames of the movie, i. e., PhaseGAN reconstructions took 0.4 ms per frame. Thus, PhaseGAN offers an opportunity for real-time analysis.