History and Latest Advances in Flow Estimation Technology: From 1-D in 2-D to 3-D in 4-D

Jørgen Arendt Jensen (Invited author), Svetoslav Ivanov Nikolov (Invited author), Kristoffer Lindskov Hansen (Invited author), Matthias Bo Stuart (Invited author), Carlos A. Villagomez Hoyos (Invited author), Mikkel Schou (Invited author), Martin Lind Ommen (Invited author), Sigrid Husebø Øygard (Invited author), Lasse Thurmann Jørgensen (Invited author), Marie Sand Traberg (Invited author), Tin-Quoc Nguyen (Invited author), Erik Vilain Thomsen (Invited author), Niels Bent Larsen (Invited author), Christopher Beers (Invited author), Borislav Gueorguiev Tomov (Invited author), Michael Bachmann Nielsen (Invited author)

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Ultrasound imaging of flow has seen a tremendous development over the last sixty years from 1-D spectral displays to color flow mapping and the latest Vector Flow Imaging (VFI). The paper gives an overview of the development from current commercial vector flow systems to the latest advances in fast 4-D volumetric visualizations. It includes a description of the radical break with the current sequential data acquisition by the introduction of synthetic aperture imaging, where the whole region of interest is insonified using either spherical or plane waves also known as ultrafast imaging. This makes it possible to track flow continuously in all directions at frame rates of thousands of images per second. The latest research translates this to full volumetric imaging by employing matrix arrays and row-column arrays for full 3-D vector velocity estimation at all spatial points visualized at very high volume rates (4-D).
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Title of host publicationProceedings of 2019 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium
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Publication date2019
Pages1041-1050
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-7281-4596-9
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Event2019 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium - SEC Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Duration: 6 Oct 20199 Oct 2019
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Jensen, J. A., Nikolov, S. I., Hansen, K. L., Stuart, M. B., Hoyos, C. A. V., Schou, M., ... Bachmann Nielsen, M. (2019). History and Latest Advances in Flow Estimation Technology: From 1-D in 2-D to 3-D in 4-D. In Proceedings of 2019 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (pp. 1041-1050). IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/ultsym.2019.8926210
Jensen, Jørgen Arendt ; Nikolov, Svetoslav Ivanov ; Hansen, Kristoffer Lindskov ; Stuart, Matthias Bo ; Hoyos, Carlos A. Villagomez ; Schou, Mikkel ; Ommen, Martin Lind ; Øygard, Sigrid Husebø ; Jørgensen, Lasse Thurmann ; Traberg, Marie Sand ; Nguyen, Tin-Quoc ; Thomsen, Erik Vilain ; Larsen, Niels Bent ; Beers, Christopher ; Tomov, Borislav Gueorguiev ; Bachmann Nielsen, Michael. / History and Latest Advances in Flow Estimation Technology: From 1-D in 2-D to 3-D in 4-D. Proceedings of 2019 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium. IEEE, 2019. pp. 1041-1050
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Jensen JA, Nikolov SI, Hansen KL, Stuart MB, Hoyos CAV, Schou M et al. History and Latest Advances in Flow Estimation Technology: From 1-D in 2-D to 3-D in 4-D. In Proceedings of 2019 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium. IEEE. 2019. p. 1041-1050 https://doi.org/10.1109/ultsym.2019.8926210