Abstract

The piezoelectric photoacoustics application possibility for polycrystalline structure formation has been considered. The accent was on research and transient modeling with pulse laser irradiation. A mathematical model for the given setup with a single laser impulse was developed. The results of mathematical modeling were experimentally tested on cement samples.

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