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Table Of Contents

Simple Wave Solutions
1.1 Model Equations
1.1.1 One-Dimensional Models
1.1.2 Two-Dimensional Models
1.1.3 Displacement Potentials
1.1.4 Energy Relations
1.2 The Fourier and Laplace Transforms
1.3 A Wave Is Not a Vibration
1.4 Dispersive Propagation
1.4.1 An Isolated Interaction
1.4.2 Periodic Structures
References
2.2 Time-Harmonic Plane Waves
2.3 Plane-Wave or Angular-Spectrum Representations
2.3.1 A Gaussian Beam
2.4 Asymptotic Ray Expansion
2.4.1 Compressional Wave
2.4.2 Shear Wave
Appendix: Spherical and Cylindrical Waves
Reflection, Refraction, and Interfacial Waves
3.1 Reflection of a Compressional Plane Wave
3.1.1 Phase Matching
3.1.2 Reflection Coefficients
3.2 Reflection and Refraction
3.3 Critical Refraction and Interfacial Waves
3.4 The Rayleigh Wave
3.4.1 The Time-Harmonic Wave
3.4.2 Transient Wave
3.4.3 The Rayleigh Function
3.4.4 Branch Cuts
Green’s Tensor and Integral Representations
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Reciprocity
4.3 Green’s Tensor
4.3.1 Notes
4.4 Principle of Limiting Absorption
4.5 Integral Representation: A Source Problem
4.5.1 Notes
4.6 Integral Representation: A Scattering Problem
4.6.1 Notes
4.7 Uniqueness in an Unbounded Region
4.7.1 No Edges
4.7.2 Edge Conditions
4.7.3 An Inner Expansion
4.8 Scattering From an Elastic Inclusion in a Fluid
Radiation and Diffraction
5.1 Antiplane Radiation into a Half-Space
5.1.1 The Transforms
5.1.2 Inversion
5.2 Buried Harmonic Line of Compression I
5.3.1 Watson’s Lemma
5.4 Buried Harmonic Line of Compression II
5.4.1 The Complex Plane
5.5 Diffraction of an Antiplane Shear Wave at an Edge
5.5.1 Formulation
Guided Waves and Dispersion
6.1 Harmonic Waves in a Closed Waveguide
6.1.1 Partial Waves and the Transverse Resonance Principle
6.1.2 Dispersion Relation: A Closed Waveguide
6.2 Harmonic Waves in an Open Waveguide
6.2.1 Partial Wave Analysis
6.2.2 Dispersion Relation: An Open Waveguide
6.3 Excitation of a Closed Waveguide
6.3.1 Harmonic Excitation
6.3.2 Transient Excitation
6.4 Harmonically Excited Waves in an Open Waveguide
6.4.1 The Wavefield in the Layer
6.4.2 The Wavefield in the Half-Space
6.4.3 Leaky Waves
6.5 A Laterally Inhomogeneous, Closed Waveguide
6.6 Dispersion and Group Velocity
6.6.1 Causes of Dispersion
6.6.2 The Propagation of Information
6.6.3 The Propagation of Angular Frequencies
Index
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Linear Elastic Waves (Cambridge Texts in Applied Mathematics) (John G. Harris) 0521643686

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