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Acoustics of Wood

Voichita Bucur;

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Introduction

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

- Introduction | Pp. 1-4

Acoustics of Forests and Acoustic Quality Control of Some Forest Products

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part I - Environmental Acoustics | Pp. 7-19

Wood and Wood-Based Materials in Architectural Acoustics

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part I - Environmental Acoustics | Pp. 21-36

Theory of and Experimental Methods for the Acoustic Characterization of Wood

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part II - Material Characterization | Pp. 39-104

Elastic Constants of Wood Material

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part II - Material Characterization | Pp. 105-139

Wood Structural Anisotropy and Ultrasonic Parameters

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part II - Material Characterization | Pp. 141-169

Wood Species for Musical Instruments

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part III - Quality Assessment | Pp. 173-216

Acoustic Methods as a Nondestructive Tool for Wood Quality Assessment

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part III - Quality Assessment | Pp. 217-239

Environmental Modifiers of Wood Structural Parameters Detected with Ultrasonic Waves

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part III - Quality Assessment | Pp. 241-270

Acoustic Emission

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part III - Quality Assessment | Pp. 271-314

Acousto-Ultrasonics

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part III - Quality Assessment | Pp. 315-332

High-Power Ultrasonic Treatment for Wood Processing

Voichita Bucur

Cardiovascular risk estimates can be improved by several noninvasive imaging techniques, collectively called atherosclerosis imaging. Clinically useful techniques currently include coronary calcium imaging and carotid ultra sound. Both these tests are most valuable in intermediate-risk patients, in whom a significant proportion will be reassigned into either a higher- or lower-risk category. However, before widespread adoption of any of these techniques takes place, studies to establish treatment protocols based on atherosclerosis imaging tests and to determine the cost-effectiveness of atherosclerosis imaging tests are needed.

Part III - Quality Assessment | Pp. 333-345

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Tipo: libros

ISBN impreso

978-3-540-26123-0

ISBN electrónico

978-3-540-30594-1

Editor responsable

Springer Nature

País de edición

Reino Unido

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