Laser-ultrasound waves generated with various energy densities and recorded with GCLAD
datasetposted on 13.04.2017 by Jami Johnson
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Laser-ultrasound waves are generated on a solid tissue phantom and recorded with GCLAD on the opposite side of the sample. The pulse energy is varied from 70, 80, 90, and 100 mJ/cm^2. Python script is used to determine the proportionality between pulse energy and measured laser-ultrasound amplitude with GCLAD.