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by D. S. Drumheller,A. Bedford


Bedford & D. S. Drumheller. New nonlinear wave equations describing the propagation of a surface wave along the interface between two half-spaces with different densities and elastic properties (Stoneley wave) are proposed.

Bedford & D. This document contains the complete text of the book published in 1994 by. John Wiley & Sons Lt. Chichester, England (ISBN 047193884X). Nonlinearity is introduced by the five-constant Murnaghan potential, which includes both geometrical and physical nonlinearities.

Download full-text PDF. Introduction to Elastic Wave Propagation. One-dimensional waves, transient waves and harmonic waves including reflections of plane waves at interfaces, Rayleigh waves, waves in elastic layers and in layered materials are discussed. Book · January 1994 with 191 Reads. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons. Cite this publication. Analytical methods in nonlinear wave propagation are presented. Turbulence effects on acoustic wave propagation over a smooth surface. May 1983 · The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.

Discusses transient waves, analytical methods in nonlinear wave propagation, and includes . Drumheller-Sandia National Laboratories.

Discusses transient waves, analytical methods in nonlinear wave propagation, and includes examples of harmonic waves such as reflections of plane waves at interfaces, Rayleigh waves, waves in elastic layers and in layered materials. He is author or co-author of papers on the mechanics of composite materials and mixtures and four books, including "Engineering Mechanics: Statics" and "Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics" published by Addison Wesley Longman.

A. Bedford & D. This document contains the complete text of the book published in 1994 by John Wiley & Sons Lt. Chichester, England.

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oceedings{ionTE, title {Introduction to elastic wave propagation}, author {Anthony Bedford and Douglas S. Drumheller}, year {1994} }. Drumheller}, year {1994} . Earthquakes are detected and studied by measuring the waves they create. Waves are transmitted through the Earth to detect oil and gas deposits and to study the Earth's geological structure. Properties of materials are determined by measuring the behaviour of waves transmitted through them. In recent years, elastic waves transmitted through the human body have been used for medical diagnosis and therapy. Many students and professionals in various branches of engineering encounter problems.

This text presents the basic concepts and methods of the theory of wave propagation in elastic materials. The linear theory of elasticity is presented, culminating in the displacement equations of motion. One-dimensional waves are analyzed through the D'Alembert solution and the method of characteristics. Examples of harmonic waves include reflections of plane waves at interfaces, Rayleigh waves, waves in elastic layers, and waves in layered materials.

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This book provides a thorough, modern introduction to the study of linear and nonlinear waves. Drumheller has a knack for being able to explain things as if you are listening to Dr. Suss - pleasurable, clear and in plain english. The book begins with fundamental concepts of motion and then discusses linear and nonlinear mechanical waves, thermodynamics, and constitutive models for a variety of gases, liquids, and solids.

Introduction to Elastic Wave Propagation. by A. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780471967002 (978-0-471-96700-2) Softcover, Wiley, 1996. Find signed collectible books: 'Introduction to Elastic Wave Propagation'. Chapter 5 discusses some topics in nonlinear wave propagation

Introduction to. Contents Introduction. Chapter 5 discusses some topics in nonlinear wave propagation. Although few applications involving nonlinear waves in solid materials can be analyzed adequately by assuming elastic behavior, we discuss and demonstrate some of the important concepts using an elastic material as an heuristic example.

Earthquakes are detected and studied by measuring the waves they create. Waves are transmitted through the Earth to detect oil and gas deposits and to study the Earth?s geological structure. Properties of materials are determined by measuring the behaviour of waves transmitted through them. In recent years, elastic waves transmitted through the human body have been used for medical diagnosis and therapy. Many students and professionals in various branches of engineering encounter problems requiring an understanding of elastic waves. In this book, they will find the basic concepts and methods of the theory of wave propagation in elastic materials. One-dimensional waves, transient waves and harmonic waves including reflections of plane waves at interfaces. Rayleigh waves, waves in elastic layers and in layered materials are discussed. Analytical methods in nonlinear wave propagation are presented. This book includes exercises with solutions and many explanatory figures.
Introduction to Elastic Wave Propagation ebook
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D. S. Drumheller,A. Bedford
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