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Wave propagation in elastic solids. Jan Achenbach

Wave propagation in elastic solids
ISBN: 0720403251,9780720403251 | 436 pages | 11 Mb

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Wave propagation in elastic solids Jan Achenbach
Publisher: North Holland

I need to add the effect of dissipation in the system by using viscoelastic material model (MAT_006). Ultrasonic waves can propagate through a medium as stress or strain waves depending upon the elastic properties of medium. Analysis of wave propagation provides critically useful information about composite . 703-715(Invited Review Paper)Elastic Wave Propagation and Nondestructive Evaluation of MaterialsT SUNG -TSONG WUInstitute of Applied Mechanics National Taiwan University Taipei, Taiwan, R. Language: English Released: 1997. (Received April 13, 1999; Accepted June 7, 1999) ABSTRACT The use of elastic waves to measure elastic properties as well as flaws in solid specimens has received much attention, and many important applications have been developed recently. I'm using elastic solid elements to model wave propagation in an structure in LS-DYNA. Based on particle displacement of the media, ultrasonic waves are are classified into four types or modes: These waves can propagate through this rods. The surface waves travel along the flat or curved surface of thick solids without influencing the bulk of medium below the surface. GO On wave propagation in elastic solids with cracks. For plate-like structures, the propagation characteristics of waves depend on properties such as plate thickness, boundary conditions, elastic properties, and material density. Sound (sound, Schall) – mechanical vibrations and elastic waves that propagate in solids, liquids and gases, mainly in the audible frequency range (16-20000 Hz). Publisher: Computational Mechanics Page Count: 267. Of through-thickness properties of composite laminates, J. Stavsky, Elastic wave propagation in heterogeneous plates, Int'l J. Wave-equation migration are based on either acoustic wave equation, which is based on the assumption that our earth is fluid, or elastic wave equation, which is based on the assumption that our earth should be considered to be elastic solid. (iii) Surface or Rayleigh Waves.

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