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Although changes in the pressure level should be reflected by a steady variation in the ultrasonic parameters (velocity and attenuation), the birth and growth of bubbles (or the second phase composed of the foaming agent) should scatter the ultrasonic waves which will be translated into an abrupt increase of the attenuation signal. Ultrasonic velocity usually also reflects this phase change. 57 MPa for US2). Prior to this event, the attenuation variable follows a steady increase as the pressure is decreased (the time sequence of the experiment implies that the graph is read from right to left), which is normally expected from a pressure effect.

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