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The inventor of ultrasound waves
Sir Francis Galton constructed a whistle producing ultrasound in 1893. The first technological application of ultrasound was an attempt to detect icebergs by Paul Langevin in 1917. The piezoelectric effect, discovered by Jacques and Pierre Curie in 1880, was useful in transducers to generate and detect ultrasonic waves in air and water.
Check out some of the earliest inventors:
Sir Francis Galton
Constructed whistle producing ultrasound
First technological application of ultrasound
Jacques and Pierre Curie
Used to generate and detect ultrasonic waves in air and water
Ultrasound achines are treatments used by physical terapists that utilize high or low frequency sound waves in the body. The soundsa are transmitted to the surrounding tissue. They penetrate muscles to cause deep tissue/muscle warming.